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tradtusker
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Sweet! Nice Boat Rob

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Andy Ivy

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drewsbow
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A guy I know has his boat set up with light with green filters on them . He said it really helps with glare and doesn't bother the houses on shore as much. He said you can see the fish much better also , going to go with him this spring. Drew

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BigJim 3 pc buffalo 48@28
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Don the most important thing you need on your bowfishing boat is me.lol.I know some good holes on jordan lake if you are feeling like traveling.I'm sure you will have no trouble figuring out how to set it up.

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Don Batten
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Preston, I was thinking exactly that. I got my boat running good, put new lights on the trailer and repacked the wheelberrings this week. I'm ready when you are. We'll talk saturday. Don

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Benjy
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Don, Do ya'll ever do some flounder shooting?

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MercilessMing
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Not mine! But take a look at Yononindo and his kayak!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8g07TLllL8Y

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Don Batten
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Hey Benjy, never tried shooting flounder. Had real good luck with a gig though. Don

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whoa...those boats are way to big!
all you need is a 12' tinny. 12' is plenty big enough for an 8'2" tiger and a 7' 3 3/4" hammerhead. come guys, you've got got to give them a chance. [biglaugh] [knothead]

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MercilessMing
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Oh my.... Great pictures.
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