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In Reply to: Re: Are there no 2 man bass boat users out there? posted by BASStard on June 17, 2003 at 14:23:23:
I would enjoy having a jon boat. But I already own a BassCat Jaguar which more than fills my bass boat needs. But I am trying to make the outings more enjoyable for my wife (she doesn't like all day fishing trips). So I figure a small 2 man boat we can take to the neighborhood pond may the ticket. A jon boat may be to combersome for us to carry. The small pond prowlers and bass hunters seem to be easier to handle. Plus, I already own a small 4x8 trailer that I can use to help carry them accross the street to the pond. But I don't have any experience w/ either so I am looking for some info from others. Thanks.
With a couple of 'cushy' seats, a small outboard, a long push pole -- one could fish every pond in the area...
Wait a minute here boyz... The mighty Gheenoe is one fine vessel. I just bought my second one last weekend! On my first (which I bought used) I have 15 HP. jOHNSON. The boat literally flies and can go in 4 inches of water. Even less on a full plane. I take it with me all over, especially in the Everglades National Park. I can go where the most expensive flats boats fear to tread! I even fared through 4 ft seas from the East Cape Canal to Flamingo (Southern most point in mainland FL). Although I would never do it again, the mughty Gheenoe made it. Twas a trip my freind and I will never forget. That model was made in the 70's. The one I bought this past weekend is only a few years old with a 6hp mariner. Suffice to say I love my little boat(s). Cheers
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