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Old 03-16-2016   #1
 
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Hauling firewood

I know this is maybe a silly questions but how are most people carrying wood on their boats. It always seems like a necessary pain. Any thoughts or creative ideas?

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I now carry a handled, fabric wood hauler designed for household woodburning. It carries easily and straps nicely to my net on the back.

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I use a burlap sack that was used for coffee beans. Works great for wood. Also a great place for trash and cans.
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I just have my wife do it...

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I went on a trip with a friend who is in construction... He used the heavy duty white shrink wrap like you see on new jet ski's or ski boats to individually wrap bundles... That worked pretty slick. The downside is unless you know a guy that knows a guy it isn't going to be an option. I suppose a bills bag would be an option if you had an older one you didn't mind beating up..
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I put a plastic storage bin in the bottom of an NRS KOSS kitchen bag on rivers where there isn't drift wood.
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I use a burlap sack that was used for coffee beans. Works great for wood. Also a great place for trash and cans.
That's how we do it too. They turn from wood carriers to trash containment bags.
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Free cardboard boxes from produce department at the grocery store. They strap down nice and are easy to haul. I'll use the box for recycling or a side table until i'm ready to burn it.
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Feed bags work great. I have chickens so I have lots of them. If you cut your wood to 14" it will fit perfectly. Fill about 3/4 full then roll and duct tape closed. The empty bag is great for crushed cans or other trash.


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