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Been saving up for my first duck boat. The load would be me, another guy, and our gear 90% of the time. Think this would do the trick? 50 bucks is hard to pass up even if I just turn around and sell it again. My question is what kind of water could I navigate through with that thing? Looks kinda nifty.http://milwaukee.craigslist.org/boa/4535275025.html
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I would stay away from that. You could find a 12-14 ft alum boat with trailer for around 400. If the fiberglass has a value of 50$ you are in for a world of work.
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