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#11478461 - 03/15/16 08:47 AM The best pond boats around!
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If you are looking for the best boats for lakes and small ponds, look no further! Pond King Inc. makes a vast array of sizes from the Rebel that fits in the bed of a truck all the way up to an Elite which can fit 4-5 people comfortably. We make these boats 100% in Texas, from rolling the pontoons to applying the stickers. Delivery available to just about anywhere. Check us out at for more information.

#11483310 - 03/17/16 10:18 AM Re: The best pond boats around! [Re: SeaAggie2015]
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I like the stability I bet this design would offer but the weight make them impractical for one man to load into a truck bed and hand launch. My Bass Hunter is 130# dry, with my gear and chairs it has to be close to #155 or so and its about all I can take to load it and move it around on my own and I am not a small guy.

These would be awesome if you had pvt pond or a lakefront and it could be stored on or near the water.

Good luck with your business!
Originally Posted By: junbengreat
Pulled a gun on his dryer and they caught a bunch of fish.

#11483805 - 03/17/16 02:32 PM Re: The best pond boats around! [Re: SeaAggie2015]
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Other then the Rebel I'm pretty sure you would need a trailer. You could always install a winch in the bed of your truck and use ramps.

#11495172 - 03/23/16 07:57 AM Re: The best pond boats around! [Re: SeaAggie2015]
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We use the Rebel for all of our maintenance contract work, and it isn't hard to get it all the way up on a flatbed F-350 by yourself. The Rebel XL is a bit of a different story. It really takes two people to do it with ease, but one person can get it up there if need be. The Rebel XL is designed for two people anyways so having a hand with loading and unloading isn't usually an issue. Both Rebel and Rebel XL are easy to role around by yourself to and from the pond.


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