Below is a must-watch aluminum boat deck extension done by Angling Archery. This video combines a deck extension, carpet, and vinyl installed on a Crestliner 1750 Raptor. I really like the storage area that they built for baits. This particular deck extension was designed is for the Musky hunter. I can also see it come in handy for those that throw massive swimbaits.
Angling Anarchy did a fantastic job with this video. The video is easy going if you want to follow it. I loved the attention to detail and I absolutely loved the beard trimmer tip. Genius! If you are in the process of modifying your boat with a deck or an extension, do yourself a favor and watch this video. While there, make sure to hit the Subscribe button.
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