Dredging

spoofman

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Yea Yogi and Bo Bo only seem to come around when your not there.
The noise from the dredge would keep them away.

i agree...the more noise you make the less likely of bear encounters. And i know that dredges are not quiet..some more than others but not quiet to animals in any regard......unless they are gravity only.
 

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This lady could have a problem.


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Keep the fish out of your skivvies and you should be okay.

But just to be extra safe paint a picture of a park ranger on your butt. The bears should leave you alone then.
 

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What I really like about the Keene dredges...and YES some Proline.....is the built in air compressor. Instead of having a scuba tank you just use the "hookah" style hose for your air. Click the link and check it out. See the pipe sticking way up? Of course you'll still need weights/belt.
You can do what you are asking, especially in small pebbly/sand areas. When you get into the real stuff though all you'll be doing in unclogging biggins' that you couldn't see close up.
4 Inch Ultra Mini Dredge: Keene Engineering Online
 

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