Labs wrote:Have you looked at the Ottertail Stealth boats? Will take that 5hp motor, and they are stable. Easy to load and store by yourself. Won't get one for 350 bucks, but save your nickels and look for one. Used they run 500 - 700 bucks, depending on accessories
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duck_dynasty wrote:I bought the Otter Stealth 1200 last fall. After alot of research and asking questions it is what I decided on. Bought it during deer hunting and never had a chance the rest of the fall last year to hunt out of it as I was hunting big water then out of my big boat the rest of the season. I did take it out on my dads pond though and I'm not sure Id want to be on too big of water with it IMO. Nothing bigger than a larger pond for me. I heard about how stable it was which was my number 1 selling point but I didnt think it was all that stable? Ive only had it out once and maybe Im a wuss but I thought when I stood up it seemed a little tipsy. Not as bad as a canoe or anything but I saw a video of a guy standing on the side of it with no problem which I wouldnt have dare done. Maybe it just takes a little while to get used to as Im used to my big boat now with walkable floor and what have you.
zee-unit wrote:Snagged a 12 foot v-hull last night that I can move by myself and fits well into my truck bed.
Rated for 610lbs and 9 horses. It has a nice camo paintjob, no leaks, anchor lock, etc.
Now the modifying begins. I want to put some sort of deck for my pup, as well as cup holders haha.
zee-unit wrote:Does anyone have any recommendations / connections to an inexpensive trolling motor to purchase?
This is all new to me. I have been told by a few people I know locally that I should shoot for 48-55 pounds of thrust an a transom mount.
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