You need money and I need: float tube fins and a backpacking stove.

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  1. Brian James

    Brian James New Member

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    How 'bout it?
     
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    Randall Dee Castaway

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    What kind of backpacking stove are you looking for? You should check out this link. I've made the switch to a beer can alcohol stove that are stupid easy to make and are ultra light. When your done, go to Michaels craft store for some light weight sheet aluminum for a wind screen. It will all nest inside your pot and only weigh an ounce or two.
     
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    Awesome, I'll check that out! Never understood why backpacking stoves are $60. It's a few pieces of aluminium.
     
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    I may have what your looking for all in one shot.

    Fish hunter UL float tube new fins and a free pepsi can stove for 50.00
    PM me for pictures.
     
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    PM sent.
     
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    Brian,
    I'll second the coke can option.After thirty plus years of backpacking the battle with stoves is OVER!I purchased a fifteen dollar stove (coke can) from minibulldesign.com and can boil 2 cups of water at 8000 ft. in 4 minutes.Simple,efficient,odorless(I use HEAT from any automotive store),super space saving and SUPER lightweight.Sure, you can make your own,but minibulls design is more sturdy.Save the big bucks for fishing gear.
     
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    PM Sent...
     
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    Nate Dutton I'm a teacher, I fish to eat!

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    Sorry, realized you need fins not a floattube....disregard my PM
     
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    kelly kettle's rock, check em out
     
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    Situation resolved. Thanks guys.
     
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