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How to make a PVC Sand Spike for loose sand for Surf Fishing
How to make a PVC Sand Spike for
loose sand for Surf Fishing

     Wednesday, July 26, 2017
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How to make a PVC Sand Spike for sand

Sand Spikes or Rod Holders for loose sand areas are made from PVC Pipe. A single 6 foot length of 2 inch diameter PVC pipe will make two 3 foot long sand spikes. Use schedule 40 PVC which is heavier than light weight PVC. Cut the PVC pipe on about a 30 degree angle as shown in the picture below. Then sand the cut area and opposite ends with sandpaper to remove any sharp edges. The PVC Rod Holder can easily be pushed into loose sand and will support a fishing rod.
PVC Sand Spike for Lake Michigan Surf Fishing





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