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Posted by Mike on 11:04:57 3/6/2010 from 68.229.87.42:

I got a plastic tool box to use as a dunk tank. Cost me about $10.

It has a handle on the lid and is just big enough to fit the trap but not so big that its too heavy to carry filled. I removed the drop in tray.

what do you guys use as dunk tanks?



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