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toomanyjigs

LET'S SEE YOUR SUMMER RIDES , RIGS ... PICS PLEASE

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toomanyjigs

just was thinking of the summer days and my boat, i cant wait to get her out mine is just a Alumacraft waterfowler 15 it's a modified v with a 25 evinrude i will post pics when i find them since its not in season but there are some creative people on here and was wanting to see some mods, and all are cool boats even if they are not the boat we all wish we could have. i personally like the smaller ones so post a pic i wanted some stereo ideas i have an old car stereo and two 6 1/2's for tunes on the lake in the summer

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ddsbyday

Just be aware of the info you give out. You can get your rig just how you want it and never get to use it because of a clever internet thief. Best not to give too much info on what you have and when you are leaving on a trip. Post pics,just be careful of what info you give out.

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toomanyjigs

thats true i had my gas can a fuel line stolen out of the boat and they went for the motor but i had a motor lock on it, my post was for the crafty guys that ou see on here like mods and stuff thats all thanks for the reminders

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toomanyjigs

thats true i had my gas can a fuel line stolen out of the boat and they went for the motor but i had a motor lock on it, my post was for the crafty guys that you see on here like mods and stuff thats all thanks for the reminder

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Rost

My rig..

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toomanyjigs

nice boat rost thanks for sharing i got the same trailer wheels on mine ha ha almost the same trailer

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Deitz Dittrich

Here is my baby...

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hydro

Nice Merc Deitz wink

Here's what I fish out of these days......

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Surreal Deal

Every body has such nice and shiny boats.

I rock it old school with a '72 S-16 Lund & a 25 HP Evinrude that was handed down from my dad.

She ain't much to look at but I can't even guess how many fish have come over those gunwales over the years.

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jigginlow

My bro's new ride.

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Chnginthhofl

If I wasn't a computard I'd be able to post pics.

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Basscat

Can anyone explain how to load pics? I can't seem to figure it out.

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Surreal Deal

Can anyone explain how to load pics? I can't seem to figure it out.

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reddog

Heres my ride last Wednesday, just before she got wet for the first time in 2010.

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Chnginthhofl

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7outof10

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16.6 foot with a 4 stork merc 75hp and the merc pro kicker 9.9

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Basscat

1997 Basscat Pantera 2. I have since recovered the seats.

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GRH

here's ours

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Tom Linderholm

On the way out as soon as I sell her-

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On the way in once the ice melts-

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MNice

Well, I see you guy's have some smaller boats, lets pull out the big guns. grin

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And....if I need a big water boat..

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with this motor...

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FinsandFeathers

Here is my Ranger 1850 Reata

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And here is my fishin Buddy!!

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Quetico

MNice- is that a custom hand made paddle? Looks really nice.

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MNice

Quetico, thank you. I do a little woodworking as a hobby. It is just wood strips glued up of cedar, pine & walnut, and then shaped. I like hand tools, so all the jointing & shaping was done by hand with an ever growing collection of early Stanley planes & shaves. The walnut (dark pieces) came from an old cabinet made by my brother in the late 60's. He died in a car accident in 73, so this paddle has a lot of sentimental value to me. thanks again for the nice compliment.

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YUM

Shallow launch here!

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One more:

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Chris Haley

Rnager620T w/150hp Evinrude E-tec and all the toys that should be on this type of boat.

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Tyler23

GRH thats my dream boat!!!nice

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GRH

Thanks, it was mine to up untill last year. I love it.

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hydro

MNice, I second that on the paddle. Nice work!

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NTW

Basscat - That is one of the coolest looking boats ever! When and where did you get it?

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knoppers

its ready for our 2010 opener on leech.

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