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tracker question #13927586 03/18/21 04:40 PM
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I am in the market for a boat. My 12 ft longtail lost a fight with a big rig and this presents the opportunity to get something bigger for the family.
I want something I can fish,duck hunt, and pull the kids around with on the lake. I have seen several of the aluminum pro 17's with mod v hull and they look like they might fit the bill, but I have never been in one.


As far as for ducks... how skinny can they run?

Thanks.

Last edited by kdub#1; 03/19/21 12:54 PM.




Re: tracker question [Re: kdub#1] #13927885 03/18/21 08:24 PM
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Whatever you decide on I would buy from an actual marine dealer and not a big box store.



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Re: tracker question [Re: kdub#1] #13928961 03/19/21 05:58 PM
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I run a '06 pro 170tx so feel free to shoot any additional questions and duck hunt out of hit frequently. I have a 6in hydraulic plate on mine as well. As for draft I can float it in 10-12inches of water before getting stuck. Running the motor with jackplate up a good ways im comfortable in 2ft of water running if theres no stumps around. The one downside to mine is i wish the hull gauge was thicker.

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