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10 ft Bass Hunter #13885374 02/13/21 02:54 AM
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Kicking the tires on getting one of these boats.

If you know someone getting rid of one, please let me know!

Re: 10 ft Bass Hunter [Re: tab10] #13895418 02/20/21 03:16 PM
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I sold mine last spring. Great boats though!

The Bass Hunter is the better made of those styles of boats and you do not see them come up for sale to often. But keep looking and good luck!



Re: 10 ft Bass Hunter [Re: tab10] #13913346 03/06/21 07:43 PM
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sold mine a few years ago and been kicking my but ever since .Bad mistake on my part !


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Re: 10 ft Bass Hunter [Re: Butch @Hubbard creek] #13913628 03/07/21 02:28 AM
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Originally Posted by Butch @Hubbard creek
sold mine a few years ago and been kicking my but ever since .Bad mistake on my part !


Which one did you have? The Bass Baby, EX, or 120?

Thanks.

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Re: 10 ft Bass Hunter [Re: tab10] #13916677 03/09/21 08:04 PM
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I had both at one time or another.both were 10ft and I caught many many bass from it including a 13 10 and a 12 7and many others .The 10 pelican was what I caught most from but I must say a big man has no use for it as it sets low in the water but good as the wind does not blow it as bad.The bass hunter was more stable but was higher and the wind blew it pretty bad .six of one and half a dozen of the other lol .The were great to fish from


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I was fishing out of the baby bass hunter exclusively for last 8-10 years. Great boat for solo trips on small water bodies or even with a buddy. Now I only use it when I need to fish a creek where I can not get the big boat into. I have considered selling it but I always decide not too and yesterday was an example of why. Dropped into a creek and found some crappie that I can not reach otherwise. Good luck on the search.

Re: 10 ft Bass Hunter [Re: tab10] #13933686 03/23/21 08:42 PM
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Did you find one yet?

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I have not found one as yet but stil looking


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Ended up buying a used Twin Troller, trailer, and small outboard.

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I bought the baby bass buster. I chose it over the 10 footer because of the wheels. the wheels make a huge difference in being able to launch it in difficult spots by yourself. I fish one creek where the access point is along a bridge. I push it probably 50 yards with a significant elevation change and I can do it by myself with the wheels. When I was deciding I believe the difference in length between the 10 footer and the baby bass was 14 inches. For me the smaller size with the wheels was better than the extra length.

Re: 10 ft Bass Hunter [Re: tab10] #13979024 04/29/21 05:50 PM
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I have the BassHunter "Bass Baby" as well. I spent a lot of time researching these boats before buying. I wanted nothing that I would have to trail as this would reduce my flexibility as to where I could launch it. I'm 68 and can handle this easily myself. I’ve fished mine 4 years now and would still buy it over again. It has an outstanding, well thought out design. Not a “clam shell” design that will often eventually leak. Very stable. You cannot capsize this boat and it is unsinkable due to foam floatation. Fishes 2 very well. The pontoon type design tracks perfectly and does not skate. The incorporated wheels are great. I have mine rigged with upgraded aftermarket seats and a Helix 7 side scan. I also have a “bass boat”. But the Bass Baby is the deadliest boat I’ve ever fished in. Super stealthy. I use it whenever the situation allows. Love fishing out of it.



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I’m looking to get a similar set up to fish with my son. I looked in the classifieds, but didn’t see anything. If anyone is interested in selling, please let me know!

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Originally Posted by tjs011
I’m looking to get a similar set up to fish with my son. I looked in the classifieds, but didn’t see anything. If anyone is interested in selling, please let me know!

One just posted in the classified forum.
https://texasfishingforum.com/forum.../2-man-buster-boat-for-sale#Post13987060

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I was just about to offer up my 8’ Sun Dolphin boat (seats and trolling motor included). I just don’t use it any more. PM if interested.

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