6" dredge
Last Post 02 Aug 2016 08:01 PM by joseph Loyd. 6 Replies.
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KYLE THIEMANNUser is Offline
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18 May 2016 02:38 PM
    Looking to buy a brand new 6" dredge , I just need to know where I am allowed to take it without getting in any sort of trouble.
    WILLIAM HALLUser is Offline
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    18 May 2016 03:58 PM
    Same as in 'green horn' post
    So much river....So little time....Get out there
    joseph LoydUser is Offline
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    18 May 2016 06:58 PM
    Sounds like some one wanting to get in trouble.How much experence do you have.
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    JIM SHANNONUser is Offline
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    19 May 2016 12:10 AM
    you can use a 6" in Alabama and Alaska,
    what state are you in ? I use a 4" here in the southern states
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    ARTHUR WAUGHUser is Offline
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    19 May 2016 12:32 PM
    That size is going to be more than a one person operation, and will wear out the person on the hose quick......  probably better off with a 4 inch, more user friendly and gov't agency (no mattter if federal or state) friendly as well.
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    02 Aug 2016 10:22 AM
    You can use a 6" in Indiana as long as you neck down the nozzle to 5". It can be ran by one person in deep water and you don't have to move it over rocks and shallow areas. We have 6 people to move my friends when that has to be done. A 4" is probably a better way to go if you don't have help. I have a 5" and it can be moved by 2 people, but it is still a lot of work.
    joseph LoydUser is Offline
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    02 Aug 2016 08:01 PM
    Any one running a 6'' dredge in deap water with out help is looking for a death sentence.What if a bolder roll onto the divers hand .
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