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rope stowage
Posted by MRFISH on Apr 10 2006
I, too, run my pots individually, and stow my rope in 1-bushel "fish baskets"...basically a sturdy laundry basket. They're great, because they're well ventilated and allow the rope to dry between uses. I can get about 600' of 3/8" cotton rope in each...which means you'll need multiple baskets. A garbage can would work fine too, but you'll want to drill some holes for drainage and ventilation, but if you're using lead line, I'd think they'd get pretty heavy if you filled them up...

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