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Discussion in 'New Jersey Flyway Forum' started by labout, Jul 8, 2006.

  1. Jersey

    Jersey New Member

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    They didn't have a chance. New dodger worked out well.

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  2. Dave D

    Dave D Elite Refuge Member

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    Looks like all that hard work is going pay off, just don't get out to relieve yourself, you won't find the boat again.:D
    Looks great.:tu
     
  3. Jersey

    Jersey New Member

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    Opening week was good gunning around me, but this week is a completely different story. The birds have left for the most part or are staying in protected areas. 2 hunts since Saturday without a shot fired.:cry I'm praying for a cold front.:pra
     
  4. Coy B

    Coy B Refuge Member

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    Who built that boat
     
  5. Coy B

    Coy B Refuge Member

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    I AM LOOKING FOR A 14FT ROY BOAT HIGH SIDE PLEASE EMAIL ME AT clb56@charter.net THANKS COY
     
  6. duckslayer424

    duckslayer424 Refuge Member

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    good luck!
     
  7. Dave D

    Dave D Elite Refuge Member

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    Bzzzzut, Quack!
     
  8. Coy B

    Coy B Refuge Member

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  9. smashdn

    smashdn Elite Refuge Member

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    Picked this up from a fellow fuger the other day.

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    Got a question for you seasoned bbsb hands. If you intend to use it as a layout how do you rest your head up under the spray dodger outside fo the cockpit and avoid the stick that holds the spray dodger up?

    Also, any idea how a 4hp would push it? And can you safely raise the transom area to accomodate a long shaft (24" from mount to center of prop) motor? I have a 20" 4 hp but don't want to be switching it back and forth from the boat it is on now if I can help from it.
     
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  10. A-5pemberton

    A-5pemberton Senior Refuge Member

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    When we use ours as a layout...no spray shield. When we lay out we use a lot of decoys....like 150 or so.
    As to the use of a 4hp mud motor....give it a try. I use my boat on creeks and the bay. I have a 15hp short shaft outboard. My boat is a displacement hull....glass over cedar (heavy). Yours looks to be a planning fiberglass hull (light). I would imagine that the 4hp will push it...not fast, but if you are in skinny water fast is not important.
     

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