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#466752 - 03/15/17 10:18 AM Show your dock/deck/casita at your pond
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Loc: lampasas texas
Getting ideas for a dock/deck/casita at our pond - who has pics of what you have done? Saw this online and thought it was pretty cool


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#466754 - 03/15/17 10:42 AM Re: Show your dock/deck/casita at your pond [Re: tim k]
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#466771 - 03/15/17 02:05 PM Re: Show your dock/deck/casita at your pond [Re: DrLuke]
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Now that is just cool.

I have some old grain bins around on a couple farms about like that. Never in my wildest dreams thought about doing something like that with them. Turned out good.
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#466776 - 03/15/17 02:40 PM Re: Show your dock/deck/casita at your pond [Re: snrub]
tim k Offline
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actually I did not build that - the pic is one I saw online and saved because I thought it would be cool to build one day by our pond

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#469080 - 04/09/17 01:35 PM Re: Show your dock/deck/casita at your pond [Re: tim k]
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I like it. Very rustic.
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#469085 - 04/09/17 03:32 PM Re: Show your dock/deck/casita at your pond [Re: tim k]
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Here's my little dock. It's just upwind from the feed retaining ring. The pond is about 5 inches low. The dock is 39 inches wide and almost 13 feet long. Fathead minnow pond is in upper right.


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#469093 - 04/09/17 07:38 PM Re: Show your dock/deck/casita at your pond [Re: tim k]
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JohnF You have a very practical and functional dock. That is a nice feeding ring you built.
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#469097 - 04/09/17 08:15 PM Re: Show your dock/deck/casita at your pond [Re: DrLuke]
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Originally Posted By: DrLuke
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Very nice, Dr. Luke.......
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#469100 - 04/09/17 09:05 PM Re: Show your dock/deck/casita at your pond [Re: Bill Cody]
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Originally Posted By: Bill Cody
JohnF You have a very practical and functional dock. That is a nice feeding ring you built.


Thank you sir! The ring is 3" DWV thinwall PVC 2.5 ft x 10 ft inside dimensions. Very functional. That post beside my dock near the center holds my rain gauge. It's been mostly empty for almost two weeks now.


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#469105 - 04/09/17 10:06 PM Re: Show your dock/deck/casita at your pond [Re: tim k]
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Very nice dock. I've been wanting something similar myself.
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#469165 - 04/10/17 01:11 PM Re: Show your dock/deck/casita at your pond [Re: tim k]
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Here's mine. I didn't build it, it was there when I bought the place. it's due for a remodel this year.

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#469176 - 04/10/17 02:37 PM Re: Show your dock/deck/casita at your pond [Re: stickem']
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Originally Posted By: stickem'


Very nice, Dr. Luke.......


Thanks Charlie!
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#469177 - 04/10/17 02:40 PM Re: Show your dock/deck/casita at your pond [Re: Cisco]
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Originally Posted By: Cisco
Here's mine. I didn't build it, it was there when I bought the place. it's due for a remodel this year.


Wow! Awesome pier! That baby is begging for some fishing and fun making..
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#469258 - 04/11/17 09:28 AM Re: Show your dock/deck/casita at your pond [Re: tim k]
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Cisco, that is a beauty... What do you plan to remodel on it?
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#469315 - 04/11/17 04:34 PM Re: Show your dock/deck/casita at your pond [Re: tim k]
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Mainly the handrails. The guy that built it has some openings that swing up and leave an opening in the railing. They don't latch very well. Only thing I can figure is that it was for getting in/out of a boat but at full pool, the water is a foot or so below the deck. That and a few boards here and there. It just needs a little TLC
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#469338 - 04/11/17 08:16 PM Re: Show your dock/deck/casita at your pond [Re: Cisco]
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Originally Posted By: Cisco
Mainly the handrails. The guy that built it has some openings that swing up and leave an opening in the railing. They don't latch very well. Only thing I can figure is that it was for getting in/out of a boat but at full pool, the water is a foot or so below the deck. That and a few boards here and there. It just needs a little TLC


I'd love to enjoy fishing from that beautiful dock rather than maneuvering around it, or turning it Lime white! smile
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#469687 - 04/16/17 10:08 AM Re: Show your dock/deck/casita at your pond [Re: Rainman]
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Registered: 09/21/15
Posts: 22
Loc: Kentucky
This is our fire pit and dock. We use a canvas Sun shade for the summer just tie it up with 4 ropes and it shades really well.


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#470069 - 04/21/17 01:33 PM Re: Show your dock/deck/casita at your pond [Re: tim k]
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Registered: 11/06/16
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Loc: Texas, USA
Mine is still under construction. Have to finish the hand rails, gazebo roof (8 sided with birds nest), seating and drop ladder from the lower fishing section. I have 500' of #6 to run for 30A 220V service and will run water as well for a cleaning station and outdoor shower.

The pond was just completed last August, stocked with minnows, bluegill and redear last mid October and blue and channel cat just a week ago. The last rain we had a week ago finally filled it to where I want it (after this picture).

http://forums.pondboss.com/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showgallery&Number=470067&#Post470067


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#470089 - 04/21/17 03:29 PM Re: Show your dock/deck/casita at your pond [Re: tim k]
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Here is mine with a couple kiddos on the end trying to dip net minnows. lol


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#470216 - 04/23/17 09:19 AM Re: Show your dock/deck/casita at your pond [Re: Cisco]
tim k Offline
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very nice - I like that

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#470218 - 04/23/17 09:26 AM Re: Show your dock/deck/casita at your pond [Re: tim k]
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