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Nice fleet of Hobie kayaks!

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17 minutes ago, J Francho said:

Nice fleet of Hobie kayaks!

Thanks, Francho!  Sadly, most of the kayakers around here are strictly inshore fishermen.

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86 Grumman and Mariner.  Updated-Redid the boat in a minimal fasion gets the job done for very little money invested. 

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On 6/16/2008 at 12:21 AM, hjerk24 said:

Don't know if it's been done lately, but show your ride, and any other pertinent info.

See where this goes.

Mines a 1997 Stratos 282 DC with a 175 Johnson FastStrike.

Was windsheildless in this pic, because they both were broken in a freak act of stupidity...don't ask!

The boat is named: "Skoolzout" ( I am a teacher Health and PE)

I also have on the back left side: Psalms 118:24

What do you got?

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Mine is Vibe Ghost 110 and 130! I love them ❤️

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My new Feelfree Dorado! Peddle, Paddle and Motor drive! 

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I finally have my first "real" bass boat.  Up til now I've been fishing off just about that anything that floats besides a bass boat.  Kayaks, coleman crawdad, a 25foot cobalt, but never had a bass boat.  That all changed last month with a brand new Tracker Classic.  

 

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very nice! If it floats and you catch fish thats all that matters

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This is my new ride, 2007 Bass Tracker Pro Team 170 TX with a Mercury 9.9 4 stroke on the back!

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Tracker 2014 175 TXW

 

I've had it for a couple years now, love it.

 

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2019 Nitro Z21 

 

I was paying cash, so I wanted something value driven. I love this thing. Great for tournaments on big water. 

 

 

 

 

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Well, I live here so I don't need speed or to launch it but once a year. It's made from a repurposed SolCat sailing catamaran. 18 foot pontoons. I refinished them, put a deck on, two 35 lb thrust minn kota's two 100 amp solar storage batteries with built in charger. The steering is a linear actuator, basically electric steering. Garmin striker V, and a quick retract canopy for open bow fishing and other bells and whistles. Goes about 6 hrs at 2.5 mph or much longer at slower speed. Trolling is good at about 1.5-2 mph.

And yes that is a cord in the water charging the batteries.

 

And a link to the build on instructables...

 

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1 minute ago, DanielG said:

Well, I live here so I don't need speed or to launch it but once a year. It's made from a repurposed SolCat sailing catamaran. 18 foot pontoons. I refinished them, put a deck on, two 35 lb thrust minn kota's two 100 amp solar storage batteries with built in charger. The steering is a linear actuator, basically electric steering. Garmin striker V, and a quick retract canopy for open bow fishing and other bells and whistles. Goes about 6 hrs at 2.5 mph or much longer at slower speed. Trolling is good at about 1.5-2 mph.

And yes that is a cord in the water charging the batteries.

 

And a link to the build on instructables...

 

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@DanielG that is pretty dang amazing...and now I know what to look for when I get back up your way.

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3 minutes ago, LadiMopar said:

@DanielG that is pretty dang amazing...and now I know what to look for when I get back up your way.

Well, by October it will probably be in the driveway. Look for a white boathouse with a pink cottage way up on a hill with lots of trees by the water, just before that island. (Pink  yes.... long story).

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