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BPS POND PROWLER 2 REVIEW #12856906 08/07/18 11:58 PM
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Just in case ANYONE is even considering the Pond Prowler 2 DO NOT BUY THIS BOAT!!!! I have owned 6 Pond Prowlers Gen1 in the last 10 years and I absolutely loved them. I've had my Pond prowler 2 for 6 months with $2000 worth of upgrades trying to get this boat to be stable and to hold my 4 rods properly BOTH TO NO AVAIL. Every fishing trip is like riding a bronco bull and holding on for dear life is no fun while trying to catch fattys. The whole boat is a joke. The drain plug is so high up you have to have 5 inches of water in the boat for one drop of water to drain out. The sides are all wompy with cup holders and different levels and heights you can't put any rods in the boat and not worry about them falling out. If anyone tells you they like this boat they are not Anglers they are fishermen and there is a difference so do yourself a favor and buy something different. The Pond Prowler 2 is not worth 2 cents! That is all

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Re: BPS POND PROWLER 2 REVIEW [Re: CarrolltonBassmaster] #12856977 08/08/18 12:43 AM
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Excellent review


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Re: BPS POND PROWLER 2 REVIEW [Re: CarrolltonBassmaster] #12856998 08/08/18 12:57 AM
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OMG


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Re: BPS POND PROWLER 2 REVIEW [Re: CarrolltonBassmaster] #12857054 08/08/18 02:01 AM
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Thanks. You saved a lot of people $ and aggravation.


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Re: BPS POND PROWLER 2 REVIEW [Re: CarrolltonBassmaster] #12857245 08/08/18 12:01 PM
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Actually the stated fact that you needed to own "6 Gen 1 Pond Prowlers in the last 10 years" makes me think they were not actually too heavy duty! laugh

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Re: BPS POND PROWLER 2 REVIEW [Re: 361V] #12876440 08/25/18 03:45 PM
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I do not tell may ppl this for the fact that it's fairly unbelievable to most fisherman, However, I fish 300 days a year. I have 17 local fishing ponds within a 25 mile radius from me and everyday after work my dad and I go fishing. The Pond Prowler Gen 1 got years of "Normal" use in 9-12 months of daily use by me. The ponds have rock and gravel, Cement boat ramps, and I use a winch to drag it up hills and onto a trailer with 300 lbs of gear in it so in the full spectrum the Pond Prowler 1's were extremely durable.

Re: BPS POND PROWLER 2 REVIEW [Re: CarrolltonBassmaster] #12880358 08/29/18 03:56 PM
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I used to have one of the original Pond Prowlers. The best pond boat I ever owned was the Bass Hunter "Bass Baby" Boat. I had one before Bass Hunter bought them out. Heavy duty material with wheels on bottom of the boat for easy moving around. No comparison to the thin lightweight plastic of some boats. A friend of mine has had one for 15 years and it is still in great condition.

Re: BPS POND PROWLER 2 REVIEW [Re: Jimfishes] #12891361 09/08/18 04:18 AM
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Originally Posted By: Woods & Water
I used to have one of the original Pond Prowlers. The best pond boat I ever owned was the Bass Hunter "Bass Baby" Boat. I had one before Bass Hunter bought them out. Heavy duty material with wheels on bottom of the boat for easy moving around. No comparison to the thin lightweight plastic of some boats. A friend of mine has had one for 15 years and it is still in great condition.



Have owned and fish very frequently in it for about 8 years or so. Still performs like new, incredibly durable.

Re: BPS POND PROWLER 2 REVIEW [Re: CarrolltonBassmaster] #13189382 06/18/19 07:13 PM
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I don't always catch fish, but when I do, I prefer Dos Hybrids



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Re: BPS POND PROWLER 2 REVIEW [Re: Bass fro chop] #13191534 06/20/19 08:03 PM
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Originally Posted by Bass fro chop


Reminds me a little of the Solo Skiff that I am considering. I like the skiff because it is a bit longer.

Re: BPS POND PROWLER 2 REVIEW [Re: CarrolltonBassmaster] #13198306 06/27/19 11:23 PM
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Yup Alot of options nowadays.


I don't always catch fish, but when I do, I prefer Dos Hybrids



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