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Discussion in 'Boats, Blinds, & Gadgets Forum' started by Auto, Apr 30, 2004.
got this from a buddy. about 12' along with 36lb motor guide cut down.
Replace that trolling motor with a PD, and you are ready to roll.
Hell I thought that was one of your new Boogie (wake) Boards...
Auto, what make is that? How much does it weigh? That is exactly what I am looking for.....please provide more details on who made this boat.
Looks a lot like a "Fin and Feather" boat made in Marshall, TX back in the '70s.
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Then again it's different is several ways, most notably the cockpit coaming and the decks.
I do not know who made this, but 870 is probably right on, I have had other people say that it looks like a fin and feather. Weighs, I guess about 90lbs, hard to say. I removed all of the seat stands, and foam flotation. Cut the shaft of the trolling motor, making a handle extension and running the battery upfront, building dolly to wheel it.
just for you skack daddy!!!!
I think you've got an old Bobcat Mag I rather than an Electric Feather (or Fin-n-Feather). IIRC, the EF hulls had the hump on the stern deck where the trolling motor head pivoted. Get rid of that trolling motor and get a $60 double-ended kayak paddle at Academy( and a 3'er for a spare). That way you don't have to fool with running lights and TX numbers.
That's me in a pokeboat on the right, and a couple of buddies in EF's on the left, on RC circa 1989.
TX numbers????? What are those for?
Need more air Shane!!!!
PS: Dat roof looks like it got hail damage on it! You got that figured out yet???