Michael Kasten’s website is a good read, as brought to us by Gordo. Still can't visualize what the best practice would look like. Lots of technical stuff is presented in these threads and recommendations, but I need to actually see how someone implemented it to get an idea of what is a "good installation" vs somewhat suspect. Someone posted that 4 sq feet is necessary for a good ground, yet I see only 1 sq ft recommend for salt water
, which seems to be the common ground plate size. Wonder if blow outs of plate occur because they were in fresh water
at the time, which requires much more surface area.