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Old 07-11-2015, 07:00 PM   #1
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Default Chicken Coops for sale for reefs.

Anyone interested in chicken coops for reefs- I have multiple tractor trailer loads of coops for sale. Price includes delivery to northwest florida,south alabama and coastal mississippi. Coops are $125 each delivered. A truckload is 24 coops for $3000 delivered.
The only stipulation is you must buy by the truckload and have a means (forklift or Lull) to unload the truck on site.

If you want coops deployed from south of Dauphin Island to south of Pensacola I will sell you coops already located at Orange Beach alabama. The cost per coop is $150 per coop. I don't deploy single coop reefs so each reef is two coops welded together. Deployment is $450 per spot.

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How does someone get a permit to deploy reefs.
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Old 07-16-2015, 11:39 PM   #3
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So it's $750 deployed. Plus a permit?
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So the corps of engineers have all the numbers huh, might be time to reclassify my job lol.

I kid. Would be cool to have your own little spot.
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Nope, no hangover. But if you bottomfish much you should put out some spots. It is just the right thing to do. If you never put anything out and only fish the spots others have gone to the time/effort/money to deploy, it is equivalent to welfare.
Snapper sorry about the drinking comment. I had two paragraph of comments made up. But I erased them and just not gonna comment on this any more.
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So it's $700.00 per spot including permit? Which deployment areas does that cover exactly?

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What are the dimensions of a single coop?
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What are the dimensions of a single coop?
Single coups are typically 4x4x8 so two welded together will be 8 foot square, 4 foot tall.
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