I need a layout boat..new/used...suggestions?

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  1. NOLUCK

    NOLUCK Senior Refuge Member

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    I have a mlb super mag it is going on its 7th season. I only get to use it about 20 times a season and it does not leak. it is very comfortable for a big hunter I am 5'10" 300 pounds and i am fine. i hunted in a ufo last year i liked how it is inside but it is smaller
     
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    duckkillerclyde Banned

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    absolutely it does. I will not buy a dodge pickup for this very reason.
     
  3. Nelliboy2

    Nelliboy2 Elite Refuge Member

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    I completely agree.
     
  4. flamnduck

    flamnduck Refuge Member

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    I've had four layout boats over the years. Two original Kalish and two MLB Clasics. Kaylish boats were awesome, but heavy and and a b.... to transport. That is my point. Don't overlook the logistics of getting the layout from the driveway to the launch and launch to the hunt site. I sold the Kalish one man and two man because they were too big to get my tender and layout to launch. MLB I could put in my tender and transport.

    Use what you can afford and fits your your equipment logistics and you won't be disapointmented. Layout boat hunting is awesome, but fairly complicated. Keep it as simple as possible.

    Good luck.
     

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