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have any of you ever used this boat. is it worth the money. i just need some help in findign a good reliable boat. please help.
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I have never tried one out but according to trackers website it looks like it should be able to handle anything that you would want to do to it for duck hunting. With that kind of wieght capacity it should be able to haul a lot of dekes.
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I own a regular 1860 not the blind duck version and I love it. Mine is the
tiller version so I could have more room. We use it on lake michigan and the chain of lakes with no problem
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One of our MudBuddy customers bought a 1648 Tracker Grizzly for last season, mounted his HyperDrive and has been very happy with it.
Trackers seem to be a good value for the money.
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my 19 foot lowe roughneck has been a good boat. had it since 96 used it alot.
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I know a fella with a Grizzly/Tiller set-up... he loves his rig.
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I own an 1848. I love the boat, although it is narrow. I use it in a large river and it has handled VERY rough water like a dream. Make sure you get the proper trailer for your boat, I got stuck with something that could support a 30' cuddy.
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