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Old August 11th, 2008
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Im looking for a duck hunting boat with trailer, go-devil and blind at least 16 foot and in good condition.
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just my 2 cents but you would be better off with a gator tail they perform better my brother has one
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That will work too. I appreciate the info. Let me know if you hear of one for sale
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To Belizaire: A gator tail or any surface drive is good when you have a soft bottm, but if you have a hard bottom, a long tail has proven to be better to me. I'll stick with my longtail b/c of the kind of marsh I hunt. MossyTag, you should figure out just what you need, b/c they both serve completely different purposes. Check the classifieds on here or on LA Sportsman.
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To Belizaire: A gator tail or any surface drive is good when you have a soft bottm, but if you have a hard bottom, a long tail has proven to be better to me. I'll stick with my longtail b/c of the kind of marsh I hunt. MossyTag, you should figure out just what you need, b/c they both serve completely different purposes. Check the classifieds on here or on LA Sportsman.
never had any problems with hard sandy bottoms ran in fausse point but you are right to each his own you should find out what you like and go with it
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I apprecitate all the info. I sure am glad we have this site
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check out www.mudmotortalk.com


Lots of useful info. Has a classified section as well.
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check out www.mudmotortalk.com


Lots of useful info. Has a classified section as well.
Hey that is a very good site, thanks cash
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No problem.
Go back and read old posts in the archives. ****, join the forum and ask questions. You should be able to figure out what you want and/or need. Good luck.
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