The Float Tube Fishing Forum We're Always On The Fish

Log in

I forgot my password



Latest topics

» Fishing T.V. shows what do you like
by chipmcd Yesterday at 11:23 pm

» Float Tube Fishing Accessories - Nets
by chipmcd Yesterday at 11:09 pm

» New plastic bass bait
by kin Yesterday at 10:21 pm

» Wear PFD or not?
by Ornery Bob Yesterday at 9:07 pm

» Lights for night fishing
by SP Dan Yesterday at 7:16 pm

» Hanging out with Chad from Hookup Baits.
by Ornery Bob Yesterday at 11:52 am

» Fishing Swap Meet and Expo
by Tony G Fishing Yesterday at 10:13 am

» South Korea Float Tubes
by tridao84 Yesterday at 5:32 am

» Our 7th Annual FTFF Toy Drive is now in effect
by jeffcpr Tue Oct 17, 2017 4:48 pm

» Where to go for float tube fishing - Newport Harbor
by Tony G Fishing Tue Oct 17, 2017 4:26 pm

» Float Tube Rod Holder: CastMate Systems vs. DIY
by mthaubs Mon Oct 16, 2017 2:05 pm

» Time to discuss next years tournaments
by jeffcpr Mon Oct 16, 2017 1:09 pm

Members benifits
Clearance Banner

Clearance Banner

Clearance Banner

Clearance Banner

Clearance Banner

Clearance Banner

Clearance Banner


You are not connected. Please login or register

FLOAT TUBE FISHING FORUM » Float Tubes, Pontoons and Related Equipment Discussions » Float Tube, Pontoon, and Equipment Related Discussions » Process of Elimination

Process of Elimination

View previous topic View next topic Go down  Message [Page 1 of 1]

1 Process of Elimination on Tue Nov 05, 2013 3:32 pm

fisheromen

avatar
Junior
Junior
Ok, guys, how do you go? When nature calls I cannot say "no" for very long. At a lake I just pull over to the shore and go in an empty Gatorade bottle. (when people are within eye-shot)

What do you do on the float???

2 Re: Process of Elimination on Tue Nov 05, 2013 3:38 pm

.:LOLLY:.

avatar
Senior
Senior
For the most part I've been able to kick back to shore and make it to the restrooms. In case that doesn't work, over the rail and splash it away Thumbs Up  Cumberlands are super stable...

3 Re: Process of Elimination on Tue Nov 05, 2013 3:52 pm

Guest


Guest
Get a pair of waders with a zipper

4 Re: Process of Elimination on Tue Nov 05, 2013 4:05 pm

wiseguy

avatar
Senior
Senior
true story, i had a friend that use to go in his waders, kept him nice and warm and I finally figured out why he always went home with his waders on. Then he finally told me.

5 Re: Process of Elimination on Tue Nov 05, 2013 4:07 pm

jeffcpr

avatar
Admin
Condum Cath and leg bag lol! 

No I just rush it back to shore, but most often I try to squeeze every drop out before i get in the water, and don't drink a few ours before I get in and not until I am st my last hour of fishing.


_________________
Matthew 4:19 Fisher of Men
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
http://floattubeforum.do-talk.com

6 Re: Process of Elimination on Tue Nov 05, 2013 4:30 pm

fisheromen

avatar
Junior
Junior
miller wrote:Get a pair of waders with a zipper
Got that! How does that help? Yeah, access is easier. Still got to get the job done. So far there is not much help here! Cool  I have only learned how to keep my feet warm!

7 Re: Process of Elimination on Tue Nov 05, 2013 5:06 pm

n2deepfsw

avatar
Senior
Senior
I also have zipper waders, I just zip it down and leak into the water under the apron.

8 Re: Process of Elimination on Tue Nov 05, 2013 5:14 pm

jeffcpr

avatar
Admin
That makes sense to me, zip and wiz.


_________________
Matthew 4:19 Fisher of Men
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
http://floattubeforum.do-talk.com

9 Re: Process of Elimination on Tue Nov 05, 2013 6:10 pm

fisheromen

avatar
Junior
Junior
jeffcpr wrote:That makes sense to me, zip and wiz.
Yeah, if you have a 20 year old's flow. The dribbles would be a problem.

Here is a method I have heard of, but have not tried.

The material list: 1- 14" piece of 2" diameter pvc pipe. Threaded on one end.
1- slip-fit 2" pvc cap.
1- threaded 2" pvc cap.
(for larger bladder capacity use longer tube)

Procedure: Assemble the parts.
Slide apparatus down pant leg, with threaded end removed.
Empty bladder into the apparatus.
Thread on the cap.
Remove apparatus from pants.

This is all easier with earlier mentioned zippered waders. (so I'm told)

10 Re: Process of Elimination on Tue Nov 05, 2013 7:09 pm

desertstorm28

avatar
Bobber
Bobber
I like the title of this thread! it's very appropriate... I just kick back to shore if I am wearing waders but if I'm at Perris in the heat summer in board shorts I contribute to the water supply

11 Re: Process of Elimination on Tue Nov 05, 2013 7:17 pm

jeffcpr

avatar
Admin
fisheromen wrote:
jeffcpr wrote:That makes sense to me, zip and wiz.
Yeah, if you have a 20 year old's flow.  The dribbles would be a problem.

Here is a method I have heard of, but have not tried.  

The material list: 1- 14" piece of 2" diameter pvc pipe. Threaded on one end.
                      1- slip-fit 2" pvc cap.
                      1- threaded 2" pvc cap.
                     (for larger bladder capacity use longer tube)

Procedure:  Assemble the parts.
                 Slide apparatus down pant leg, with threaded end removed.
                 Empty bladder into the apparatus.
                 Thread on the cap.
                 Remove apparatus from pants.

This is all easier with earlier mentioned zippered waders. (so I'm told)
That sounds like it would hurt affraid 


_________________
Matthew 4:19 Fisher of Men
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
http://floattubeforum.do-talk.com

12 Re: Process of Elimination on Tue Nov 05, 2013 8:12 pm

bigmouthbasshole

avatar
Bobber
Bobber
I battled with this issue for a while when I first started tube fishing. It does not help that I have a baby bladder!!! Also, since I drive far to get to the good fishing spots there is no way I could leave early in the morning without filling up with coffee.

That said, I keep a wide mouth aluminum water bottle on me. The thin kind with a threaded cap work best. I wear loose waders and loose fitting clothes underneath. When the time comes, I stuff the bottle down one leg of my waders, handle business and cap it off before I try and remove the bottle. This eliminates any unfortunate spillage. Then you can choose the appropriate time and place to empty the bottle. This technique has saved me on several occasions.

Helpful Hint: Clearly mark your water bottle with Sharpie or paint!!!

13 Re: Process of Elimination on Tue Nov 05, 2013 9:41 pm

TheAsianGuy

avatar
Old Timer
Old Timer
fisheromen wrote:
jeffcpr wrote:That makes sense to me, zip and wiz.
Yeah, if you have a 20 year old's flow.  The dribbles would be a problem.

Here is a method I have heard of, but have not tried.  

The material list: 1- 14" piece of 2" diameter pvc pipe. Threaded on one end.
                      1- slip-fit 2" pvc cap.
                      1- threaded 2" pvc cap.
                     (for larger bladder capacity use longer tube)

Procedure:  Assemble the parts.
                 Slide apparatus down pant leg, with threaded end removed.
                 Empty bladder into the apparatus.
                 Thread on the cap.
                 Remove apparatus from pants.

This is all easier with earlier mentioned zippered waders. (so I'm told)
This has been done various way, including the condom and bladder approach. However, most economical is your PVC approach, empty to an empty IV bag (used or new) that can be capped, stored at the calf level.

14 Re: Process of Elimination on Tue Nov 05, 2013 9:54 pm

fisheromen

avatar
Junior
Junior
bigmouthbasshole wrote:
Helpful Hint:  Clearly mark your water bottle with Sharpie or paint!!!
Also a good idea with the aforementioned Gatorade bottle! Cool 

15 Re: Process of Elimination on Wed Nov 06, 2013 6:05 pm

fatboy531

avatar
Old Timer
Old Timer
wiseguy wrote:true story, i had a friend that use to go in his waders, kept him nice and warm and I finally figured out why he always went home with his waders on. Then he finally told me.
Are you serious!!... I'm glad I didn't have to give that cat a ride home. Lol. I usually hold it as long as I can. In 2 instances I have loosened up my waders and lean back a bit and try to rainbow into the pacific. Yeah!!! You get a little tinkle on your hand but that happens when I drink. No biggie. That's what your shirt is for...RIGHT?

16 Re: Process of Elimination on Wed Nov 06, 2013 6:15 pm

.:LOLLY:.

avatar
Senior
Senior
lol! 

17 Re: Process of Elimination on Wed Nov 06, 2013 8:39 pm

fisheromen

avatar
Junior
Junior
fatboy531 wrote: Yeah!!! You get a little tinkle on your hand but that happens when I drink. No biggie. That's what your shirt is for...RIGHT?
What do you drink??? Cool 

18 Re: Process of Elimination on Wed Nov 06, 2013 8:45 pm

fatboy531

avatar
Old Timer
Old Timer
I have 2 favorites
1) dos Equis
2) blue moon
Both mix very well for Michilladas. The best!!!! Once I get going I get going. It's all game after the wheels get in motion. Lmao:lol!: 

19 Re: Process of Elimination on Wed Nov 06, 2013 9:05 pm

wiseguy

avatar
Senior
Senior
This is an interesting thread!

20 Re: Process of Elimination on Thu Nov 07, 2013 7:52 am

fatboy531

avatar
Old Timer
Old Timer
wiseguy wrote:This is an interesting thread!
Funny how some threads take a turn and become a runaway LOCOMOTIVE!!! Lol

Sponsored content


View previous topic View next topic Back to top  Message [Page 1 of 1]

Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum