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We have a temporary course with some really cool water holes. I am planning to go out in the next couple of weeks and try to get some of the discs back. I now a lot of people would like to have them back. The water is mainly about 2ft deep and I have a pair of chest high waders. I was planning to go out with a regular rake and try to get some back. the bottom is apparently covered in about 6 in of duck poo. I was wondering if anybody had any suggestions or ideas on how to get them out that would be better. Thanks!

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make a disc golf rake as i did.
what is that made out of?
Whoa... Nice Rake!!!


Jason Brown said:




make a disc golf rake as i did.
go fishing w/ a retriever, you will find plenty of random plastic,.Ive seen ppl put them on fishing poles too

http://www.discdiver.com/ A must have if you throw over water.
Looks like a bag retreiver
Birdie-man said:
Whoa... Nice Rake!!!


Jason Brown said:




make a disc golf rake as i did.
the two end teeth and bars were cut off after this pic. this thing is a beast. if you make a rake shoot for lighter metal but not too light b/c you'd be surprised what the bottom of a lake can do.
lot of bike parts as you can tell. the teeth are cut up bike tire rims.

Robby said:
what is that made out of?
I have a retriever. It works but for just one disc
HAHHAHAH REALLY!?

That is a comparison between a garden rake and a combine!

They both have a use...they both do the job they were designed for well for sure. But its apple and grapes!



castawaydave said:

http://www.discdiver.com/ A must have if you throw over water.
Personally I use a 4ft. Fishing net I purchased at a sporting goods store for the intended use of fishing, but has come in real handy for retrieving discs from shallow ponds/creeks in the area, have even scored myself a few unmarked/unclaimed discs.
On the course that I play the lake/pond has a really rocky bottom and I have found that retrievers don't work very well, any suggestions?

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