Let's see your boat.

Discuss all your Fishing boats that you use here. Bass Boats, John Boats, Gheenoes, Canoes ect.

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Re: Let's see your boat.

Post by DONY1 » Wed Jun 16, 2010 12:41 pm

rad07h wrote:
DONY1 wrote:Well I picked up my new to me gheenoe last weekend in Georgia. I'll take some pics and post them here soon. In the next few weeks I'll give those peas another shot. For right now it's dophin time with a few tournaments in the next few weeks in the Grady. Next boat will have an aircraft motor. :toast
Just talked to my brother in law.. he said the dolphin fishing is on fire right now down there.. been catching 30 + every time out!
A buddy of mine last week won $20,000.00 in a tournament with a 35 and 25 and a few more in the 15-20 range. Bad part is they lost one about 45. Got my fingers crossed for this weekend. :rockon

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Re: Let's see your boat.

Post by DONY1 » Wed Jun 16, 2010 2:07 pm

About $400. Great return on the investment.

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Re: Let's see your boat.

Post by GoodOyster » Wed Jun 16, 2010 3:36 pm

Good luck, DONY! Hope you find the big bulls out there!

Looks like my son may not be home this weekend after all. They graduate tonight from their tech school, but they are finishing about a month early and they haven't got their orders yet. No orders, no go. Still a small chance he'll get them tonight or tomorrow, but may be a couple of weeks or more. Nothing like military efficiency when it comes to paperwork!

So probably won't be fishing with my dad until my son gets home. Might just make another trip to Miami and get some peacocks!
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Re: Let's see your boat.

Post by pandaxmx » Thu Jun 17, 2010 12:00 am

I have a question for someone,, i got a 14 foot Jon boat, and am wondering if a electric trolling motor would do for the motor on it? if so what size? if not then what size gas motor? i'm thinking between 5hp and 9 hp....next do anyone have either kind of motor they may want to sell or trade I have some tools for trade along with some cash.. I have a craftsman 10 in table saw with stand, a craftsman 10 in compound miter saw, also a plung routerand bits that is still in the box.. tools should be worth $275. easy
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Re: Let's see your boat.

Post by BEAGLE » Thu Jun 17, 2010 7:18 pm

houseofmicah wrote:beagle, is that the same as hull as a carolina skiff? looks like my j16. that thing must haulass with a 70 on it. mines rated i think for max 40 hp.

CLOSE TO THE SKIFF MINE HAS THE V IN THE CENTER OF THE BOAT AND IT SCOOTS ACROSS THE WATER ITS RATED FOR A 40 TO
I FORGOT HOW TO FISH NOW IAM BACK TRYING TO REMEMBER HOW TO BUT IT DONT SEAM LIKE ITS WORKING

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Re: Let's see your boat.

Post by BEAGLE » Sat Jun 19, 2010 4:52 pm

BOAT IS FOR SALE $ 3000.00
I FORGOT HOW TO FISH NOW IAM BACK TRYING TO REMEMBER HOW TO BUT IT DONT SEAM LIKE ITS WORKING

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Re: Let's see your boat.

Post by GoodOyster » Sat Jun 19, 2010 9:27 pm

BEAGLE wrote:BOAT IS FOR SALE $ 3000.00
That's a sweet little boat, beagle! Sure wish I had the $$.
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Re: Let's see your boat.

Post by huntingfool » Sun Jul 04, 2010 3:23 pm

Finally got a pic of my boat..This is one of the best running boats I have owned..Dry running. and cruises good at about 40 with 2 people..bought it in '07 brand new..
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Re: Let's see your boat.

Post by DONY1 » Sun Jul 04, 2010 4:05 pm

A Power Pole is probably the best thing I've ever put on a boat. Don't know about drifting with it though cause it would drag along the bottom and put alot of pressure on the fiberglass rod.

Very nice boat HF. :rockon

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Re: Let's see your boat.

Post by Papa_J » Sun Jul 04, 2010 7:51 pm

Looks like you can get in some pretty skinny water.

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Re: Let's see your boat.

Post by Iluv2hunt » Mon Jul 05, 2010 12:02 pm

Only thing it needs is a cushion on the front seat so your nuts don't slap up and down on the seat while you are running 40mph. Ask me how I know :wacko
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Re: Let's see your boat.

Post by Papa_J » Mon Jul 05, 2010 8:38 pm

IL2H - if you'd keep ur draws on, you'd prolly avoid a lot a sunburn in them delicate areas too.

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Re: Let's see your boat.

Post by huntingfool » Tue Jul 06, 2010 3:53 pm

The power pole is great, don't think it would work for drifting though..I got the XL which is 8ft but you can only anchor in about 6 ft..but it works great..I will stay out of the nut slappin' topic, I do need a cushion on that front seat though my wife complains all the time..
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Re: Let's see your boat.

Post by houseofmicah » Wed Jul 07, 2010 9:03 am

thats a cool pic with the rain in the back

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Re: Let's see your boat.

Post by flhuntfish » Mon Aug 02, 2010 10:59 pm

Got this boat about 2 months ago and just now got some pics. 14' Jon boat with a 15hp Evinrude. :toast :rockon

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