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Posted by Carl S on 9:28:43 3/8/2010 from 192.151.110.119:

In reply to: Re: dunk tanks posted by Pete on 9:05:11 3/7/2010 from 71.224.249.128:

I use a very large 38 gallon plastic garbage can. It took me about 20minutes to fill it up. The cage fits very well tall-wise in the can and I've never had to refill it. It stays happily in my garage and only the top freezes during the colder months. It's too heavy to carry and I dont want it to slide on the concrete. So in the summer when I have no more squirrels, I will drain it via syphon or pail.

The garbage can cost me about $25.00 and I figure I can use it for other things down the road as well.



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