tgs wrote:Certainly Duckwater and Bankes are good choices for duck boats. I had a 20' Alaskan for about 6 years, liked the versitility of that over the forementioned. Also Polar Kraft makes a nice 20' bay boat, they have an all welded hull I believe. I'm currently running an 18' Bailey Bridge Boat with a hardsided blind on it. If you're handy with tools and such and can find an older 21' Starcraft , that too would be an option. Your Alumacraft will get you most places, most days. My suggestion would be to go to your prospective hunting areas at low tide so that you can see what you're dealing with. The tide swing will be roughly 6-12' depending on where your are and that happens every 6 hours, so it can be a long wait if you get hung on a mud flat.
Here's a link for the marine forecast of the area, click your zone and the info should come up.
waterfowlah wrote:Where in NH are you moving? What part of MN are you from? My family is from MN
tgs wrote:Going to try this product I think. http://www.froglube.com/roothome.htm
I've always had coated guns but cold weather makes this actoins get slow on autoladers.
Docholliday wrote:waterfowlah wrote:Where in NH are you moving? What part of MN are you from? My family is from MN
I'm moving to tha Nashua area. My job territory is all of Boston, up to Portsmouth and then east to about Lowell. I'm from Minneapolis, born n raised.
Docholliday wrote: geese sailing onto the neighboring golf course as a foursome tees off and my dog flys across the 3rd green in hot pursuit of a cripple - someone fishing through my decoys : b
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