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Rope stowage
Posted by MRFISH on Apr 10 2006
I run my pots individually, too, and I use what are typically called "fish baskets" in the 1-bushel size (here's an example: http://gmocart4.gmotion.com/store/merchant.mvc?Screen=CTGY&Store_Code=memnet_fishing&Category_Code=containers_basket )

I like them because they're very sturdy and the sides are slotted, so there's plenty of ventilation for the rope to dry when stored. I've seen them around town, but I can't remember where, you might want to check with Donaldson Nets in Anchorage to see if they have something like them. I can stack about 600' of 3/8" cotton rope in each basket.

Some of the sturdier laundry baskets should accomplish the same thing.


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