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I was just wondering what is y'all fishing vehicles. I personnally use an old Jeep Liberty 2003. It has a ceiling rod rack and a load bar to help load my kayak on the roof rack. I put A/T tires as I often fish back country... It is also has a hitch so I can pull my yak trailer or the 12ft aluminium boat.

 

What about yours ?

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2001 Chevy Silverado LS, Extended Cab. More than enough 'oomph' to tow my canoe as it's equipped with the towing package.

 

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2018 GMC Pick Up ~ 8100 miles 

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2013 Genesis Coupe is my ride. I have to fold down the rear seats to get my rods in the car. It won’t go off road, tow a boat, or hold a kayak but it’s fast and it’s paid for. I’m traveling and don’t have a photo of my own car but the pic below is the same year and Parabolica Blue color.

 

 

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2008 Toyota Tundra SR5. Truck has 134k miles on it, made my last payment on it last month 😁

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2008 Toyota 4Runner. Currently new-to-me but I've been able to get my old kayak racks on the roof and can throw my kayak up there. It came with a towing package which hopefully someday I'll be able to afford to use haha. But the seats fold flat so there's plenty of cargo room and I could sleep in the back if needed. I managed to rig some bungie chords and tie downs to hold all my rods inside against the roof. 

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2016 chevy colorado Z71 with the towing package. It pulls my little 2017 ranger easily.

It has 36,000 miles Both are paid for, which is a nice feeling.

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Seems like most of you are going fishing with their daily drivers !

 

Here is my 🎣 machine:

 

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1 hour ago, Bluebasser86 said:

2008 Toyota Tundra SR5. Truck has 134k miles on it, made my last payment on it last month 😁

I got 200k out of mine before I traded her in. Bought her new. Lots of little pesky problems, plus the bed was rusting up from the bottom. Current ride is a 2017 SuperDuty gasser. First year of the SuperDuty with an aluminum body. No more rust.

 

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2003 Chevy Duramax, 600 hp diesel, 8 foot bed holds a lot of gear.. Wheels and other goodies have been updated. Old pic..

 

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I have a 1998 Ford Explorer Sport (the 2 door model) and it pulls a 2002 LOWE 180 WT ok.  I've got 120,000 miles on it, pretty much all fishing miles.  I have a different car I drive to work in..

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2004 Colorado that always contains at least 2 rods and a dozen Plano's.  It is also my daily driver.

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2010 Toyota Tacoma 4x4 TRD off road. The little truck that could...

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2015 Ram . 

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1994 F150

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2003 Nissan Frontier with a little over 100,000 miles pulls my 1996 17ft Lowe pretty well.

 

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2013 GMC Sierra 4x4

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5 hours ago, Fishes in trees said:

I have a 1998 Ford Explorer Sport (the 2 door model) and it pulls a 2002 LOWE 180 WT ok.  I've got 120,000 miles on it, pretty much all fishing miles.  I have a different car I drive to work in..

I have a Rio 5 for my daily commuting to work since the old Jeep has a real bad gas mileage...

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Just traded in my 2012 Ram last month for a 2019 Ram 1500 sport. It’s a beautiful truck that rides like a dream and I don’t even feel my 18’6” boat on the back. As a stonemason by trade, it’ll haul a fair good load of rock too!

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7 hours ago, GeekFisher said:

Seems like most of you are going fishing with their daily drivers !

Well, when you can only afford to have one vehicle, you get one that's multi-purpose.

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  15 Ram 4x4 . Its why none of my rods are over 7'0" they wont fit diagonally in the bed .

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39 minutes ago, MN Fisher said:

Well, when you can only afford to have one vehicle, you get one that's multi-purpose.

Gas price south of the border also help making this happen ;) I also wouldn't like to scratch/break anything more recent than my old Jeep Liberty. It has its fair share of trail to lake x scars !

 

9 hours ago, MassYak85 said:

2008 Toyota 4Runner. Currently new-to-me but I've been able to get my old kayak racks on the roof and can throw my kayak up there. It came with a towing package which hopefully someday I'll be able to afford to use haha. But the seats fold flat so there's plenty of cargo room and I could sleep in the back if needed. I managed to rig some bungie chords and tie downs to hold all my rods inside against the roof. 

My ceiling rack is made of a broom handle and bungees and it works beautifully as long as the rods are 7'3" or less :)

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Recently acquired 2010 silverado with 74000 miles. Yes my daily driver as I'd rather have my second house in Maine than a second vehicle in mass.

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'16 4Runner Trail Premium & a '14 1648 Grizzly.

 

What I really want some days... (taken near Cape Hatteras.)

 

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