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    Default Where to get rid of used/old cinder blocks for cheap/free?

    Anyone know of a place?
    Cumberland Countyish?

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    how about a boatyard?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fisherman Drew
    Anyone know of a place?
    Cumberland Countyish?
    I think one of the concrete or asphalt plants will take them and crush them up.

    Check with them.

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    Jimbo's front yard.

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    Start your own reef, and keep the coords to yourself.

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    Penn Jersey Concrete & Materials - I believe they have a plant out that way.

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    Would they be considered clean fill? If so look in classified section for CLEAN FILL WANTED. The cheapest place to dump concrete that I know of is on Route 610 in Woodbine it's called Daleys Pit. Great people.

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    I'll ask my "godfather" if he needs any extra.
    “The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything”-AE

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    could prob use them over in the fwf, lol, no just kidding. What about finding a local bass club thats looking to sink some tree's etc. I know its been done on a few lakes i fish. Old blocks and old xmass trees make great structure

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    Send me an email of how to contact you

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    Quote Originally Posted by FolkLure
    Start your own reef, and keep the coords to yourself.
    Was thinking the same thing myself, but figured that it was probably illegal (dumping?) and didn't say it.

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    Any pics.? Thanks for thinking of me Red .l..
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    craigslist has a free section. You could try there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MargaritaVille
    I think one of the concrete or asphalt plants will take them and crush them up.

    Check with them.
    They are no good for concrete or asphalt! but it is Clean Fill and can be used for that. it wont work for concrete because of the mix block are made from 1/4"minus stone and baked. to small for blacktop plus won't pass spec! but they are good crushed up for a stone driveway.
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    Winzingers' in Franklinville, on Rt 47

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