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Thread: Ghost Shrimp suckers

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    Ghost Shrimp suckers

    Wonder who might be interested, I am coming down 10/8 to 10/16. I have a bunch of pieces of 2" PVC that I used to make a soccer goal for the kids. The wind blew in down a couple of months ago. If anyone wants a piece or two, for free, let me know and I'll put it in the pack of the truck and you can pick it up at the pier!
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    One of the big box stores in Gulf Shores had a parts kit/instructions once upon a time. Are instructions available on this site or online?
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    Here's an article I wrote a few years ago for Great Days Outdoors...
    https://greatdaysoutdoors.com/ghost-shrimp-pump/

    It includes my diagram and parts list for building a pump...
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    When do the ghost shrimp come in ?

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    Ghost shrimp are always there (in the surf zone), but not very accessible except at lower tides which occurs more often during daytime in the cooler months.
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