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Discussion in 'New Jersey Flyway Forum' started by labout, Jul 8, 2006.
They didn't have a chance. New dodger worked out well.
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.
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. I'm praying for a cold front.
Who built that boat
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Picked this up from a fellow fuger the other day.
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.
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.