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Kinda looks like one I and several 1000 others have built:
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BTW - the boat looks great!
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"It's not the game but the chase ~ not the trophy but the race !" from my Dad, many years ago.
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With my final attack I threw a 3 horse on the back, build my out back rest, built my own doors and cover. I can get threw shallow weedy water. So far I've loaded 4 big foot goose floaters, 18 standard ducks, gun and gear in the little boat. That was the most crap I've loaded up. I sit on the front and paddle that way so the wheels don't get caught on the Lilly pads.
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Check out the Phowler Prowler sneak boats!
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Check out Hunt'em boats, very well made and very stable. We own two of them and run 7 hp mud motors on them. I've owned Four Rivers and looked at MoMarsh, my hunt'em rides better and is more stable.www.huntemboats.com
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