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captclay wrote:Thanks I posted the hp wrong.Its a 60. I dont know empty ,but with 3 people,two coolers ,and all our gear the GPS says 27. I have a lot I want to do to the inside but it does a pretty good job. It is a two stroke.
Nice boat there Captclay!
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Nice rig! If I ever get another rig with a motor it'll have a center console.

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Camo Ryancraft w/ 1961 Evinrude 5.5hp and foot controlled TM- soon to be for sale

Bass Tracker jon boat converted w/ 20 hp Johnson

Posted some pics of how I keep the rain off if anyone is interested
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Gonna do something like that next year for snow. The fitted cover sucked at that. Snow's too heavy, needed internal support from bow to stern.
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I have found the easiest way to keep the snow and ice off my boat in the winter. It cost me $15 dollars at the local pool supply store. I picked up a air pillow the kind you place under your pool cover to keep it above the water. I place it under my cover and inflate it so the snow just slides off

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Nice rigs, fowlmood! :) .

Here's what I'm going to build this summer to beat the snow load and major winds: Will be made from 1" pvc. The arches will eliminate any collapses from snow weight.

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Well, it is what it is.
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Very Nice BlueWater, very nice indeed!

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Nice boat Bluewater! 5 people could fish off that front deck! :LOL2:
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Here's my boats:
73' Starcraft 14 ft. currently getting a face lift, see post in "boat talk"
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2nd boat is a 1986 Jason 1570 Pro Deluxe w/ 1988 110 Johnson
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I can finally post mine in here! :wink:

1998 14' Lowe "Sea Nymph V" customized.
1998 15hp Mercury Long shaft
30Lb thrust Minn Kota Endura TM
Eagle Fishmark 320 FishFinder

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Nice rigs! 8)
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Job well done backpain! :beer:
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Post by Iknowthatsright »

My first Boat. I paid 600 bucks for it and it was worth every penny. It is a 1457 Alumnacraft with a 25hp Mercury with sticksteering and a 37lbs of thrust trolling motor. I added a new transom and new lights and a hummingbird 565 fishfinder.I also added a new winch for the trailer and future plans include to put a floor in it and put a new choke on the motor but besides that runs great. I am nineteen so i am learning.





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Heres mine still in progress
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