Nelliboy2 wrote:Never seen a CS in person. However, profile is the second largest key to having a successful hunt IMHO. Second only to having birds in the area.
I don't think it's any secret that I like bonnievilles layout boats. Partly because of all the accessors that they offer to really pimp out your boat or boats in my case.
However generally speaking I think that everyone will agree for the most part that the lower you make the boats the more decoying success you will have. Simply it is harder for them to see you. Same concept as layout blinds have, a taller blind is fine in a corn field but if you are hunting a bean field you are going to want to be as low as possible....might even be digging in. Same goes for layout boats.
Idk how I like the molded spray guards. I would think in calmer weather it would kinda handicap you some as you have an extra 6" or however tall they are sticking up as apposed to being able to lay it down like most spray guards. Just my .02 so take it for what it is worth.
X2 on all this!
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MSparks909 wrote:I'm planning on stopping by possibly this weekend. I'm definitely gonna check their boats out since they're so close. The other boats I'm considering are the Lake Bonneville models and the UFO models. I love the LB for their super low profile and removable splash guards. Best of both worlds IMO. Lower profile on the calmer days and a splash guard for the rough days. Only downside is freight shipping costs.
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