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Old 06-30-2006, 02:55 PM   #11
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if you can't get buckets, using salt would help. Obviously, you wouldnt just toss some in there and I personally would fill the bottom of a tube sock (clean of course) with some rice and then tie the end in a knot and toss it in the bag -- if the bag is small, you could always go grab a single pair of baby socks for a buck or two -- might even find some with fish on them! lol
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ya but how much is the shipping on that bucket?prolly like 30 bucks at least.
tbonem---did you mean rice would helP
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ya but how much is the shipping on that bucket?prolly like 30 bucks at least.
tbonem---did you mean rice would helP
for absorbing moisture? sure.

a stale piece of bread would work too.
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from my experience buying buckets of salt online is cheaper than in stores even after shipping. I use tropic marine and in most stores by me they get abou 100$ for a 200g bucket and i get them online for about 60$ and thats with shipping included.
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oh dang! i'm buying from there for now on....its 10 bucks shipping right?
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