River boat

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Thomas Fraser
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River boat

Post by Thomas Fraser » September 17th, 2014, 11:17 am

Made the journey beyond canoe only to this in the spring. Gives me more fishing options and eliminates having to set up shuttle. Runs really shallow, pulls over shoals, carries on roof racks and can put in anywhere a canoe can. Works for the majority of my fishing.
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Dustin Pate
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Re: River boat

Post by Dustin Pate » September 17th, 2014, 11:50 am

Nothing wrong with that!! :hellyea:

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Mike Werner
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Re: River boat

Post by Mike Werner » September 17th, 2014, 3:48 pm

Very nice. It is good to have a boat you can drag over the shoals.

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Bob Burnley
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Re: River boat

Post by Bob Burnley » September 17th, 2014, 8:25 pm

Looks nice, and it sure is a peaceful way to be on the water.

My problem comes in when I look for a place to hold my cooler full of beer and chicken, bait tank, spots for 6 rods, and let's not forget my big screen fish finder. I guess that is the reason I have two kayaks and one Old Town canoe collecting dust in my barn. I'm holding on to all of that stuff so when I don't have to work for a living I can spend everyday on the water and start enjoying those things. I really like canoes and kayaks but my time is so limited right now that I don't use the darn things enough. I hope you use it and enjoy. Hopefully you hook a big striper that pulls you around like you're skiing!

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