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really thats no that big at all will keep my eye out for one
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Check out this thread

http://www.fishing.net.nz/asp_forums/burley-machines-best-option_topic59273_post884781.html?KW=#884781
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sweet mate looks like the way to go alright
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my burley chipper works great even on frozen whole fish
 
 
 
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that looks the trick how bigger motor is on that ?
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not sure I think its 1500watts maybe 2000 but it will destroy whole frozen kys easily just the head needs a push with a stick. and had to modify the top to fit fish in it.
it has a blade set up like a lawn mower so its easy to remove the blades to sharpen ect
 
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Originally posted by PJSPEAR PJSPEAR wrote:

my burley chipper works great even on frozen whole fish
 
 
 
Do you mind if I ask where those bags/plastic tubes can be bought? Have been looking for a while with no luck.Cry
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I made this, works well on 12 or 24 volt and is useful to process mullet frames after a bait mission down the river (no mess at home) or for a strayline session.
 
 
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I got the bags off trade me was $20 for 20m and you just cut it to size and cable tie up the ends  
 
or if you want bulk 250m
 
 
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Hi PJ I've been following this with interest...im sick of spending money on berley! Where did you get your chipper from? 
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got given it from a mate but have seen them at bunnings before. its defiantly worth it would probably cost 50c to make a 4kg bomb. its all about recycling nowadays isn't it haha.LOL  
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awesome thanks mate. Roll on next week and some calm weather...

Quick question to see if anyone else has thought of it/done it.... has anyone hired a full on commercial chipper/shredder from a hire place to do a big bomb up on the berley and if so, how easy is it to clean them after? Was thinking I may do a summers worth in an afternoon if I had the right gear and could get a couple of mates keen too to split costs...set up a bit of a production line.
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ought to do that after albie season cuzzy...

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Yeah...im thinking ill go load up with trout, crabs, ky, herrings, cray frames, paua hua and other bits and pieces and do a hell brew. You keen Richie? We coud hire a mega chipper...there may be a few of the other fellas keen too
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could be the go after saving up some frames. mega chipper it is, do it right.
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i have had mincers like that they dont work that well hence why i started this thread want something that does it fast and takes big bits of fish

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