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#11110816 - 09/17/15 10:12 PM thoughts?
senko9S Offline
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Registered: 10/15/03
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Loc: Bedford, TX
David Short

#11111317 - 09/18/15 08:59 AM Re: thoughts? [Re: senko9S]
Dan90210 Offline
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Registered: 11/18/09
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Not for me. But a neat idea.

I will stick to my Bass Hunter EX for now
Originally Posted By: Lannie Robertson
"Whoop..Their it is".

#11111536 - 09/18/15 10:13 AM Re: thoughts? [Re: senko9S]
porta Offline

Registered: 09/25/09
Posts: 335
You will lose time on the water carrying stuff to and from launch point/storage point and assembling heavy seat/battery/motor and other parts each time. Very inefficient with troll motor/paddle power- round shape has terrible water and wave drag and high up sitting catches wind. A positive is that it can be moved and stored easier than a buster boat once it is disassembled. JMHO, others may disagree!


#11112170 - 09/18/15 03:21 PM Re: thoughts? [Re: senko9S]
DAOutdoors Offline

Registered: 04/12/10
Posts: 187
Loc: Texas
The thought of covered storage would be cool. I ended up using a Pelican dry box as a battery box and I can fit a tackle bag and a few tackle boxes in the empty space. Fits perfectly inside the boats, too. Wouldn't be hard to improve the design of the busters/raiders/prowlers etc. but it would cause the price to climb with built in compartments and such.


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