[url=https://www.tinboats.net/forum/viewtopic.php?p=321467#p321467 said:Kilo70 » Today, 14:25[/url]"]Congrats on the new boat. =D> Enjoy it.
That's the one I hope to pick up next year.
BrazosDon said:Nice looking boat you have there, joseph. Looks like you have a nice little family going there also. I understand the reasoning for a small motor, but I also know that you might need a larger one to keep you out of trouble with that large boat if you are in faster running water. I have the 14' model of that same boat and if you look at my avatar you will see that I have 3hp motor and an 18hp motor on the back. The whole thing breaks down to having fun and being safe. Good Luck.[/quote
the only water around here i feel safe with are the lakes. the only rivers are 1.5 and 4 miles wide so i am limited to 9.9 or less for the only water i can safely run on. but they are all good fishing so one cant complain
[url=https://www.tinboats.net/forum/viewtopic.php?p=321920#p321920 said:Lil'Skeeter » Today, 07:26[/url]"]Nice looking rig. I really like the live well system.
[url=https://www.tinboats.net/forum/viewtopic.php?p=324263#p324263 said:marshman » 14 minutes ago[/url]"]nice little boat... im wishing i had just bought a new one...but im past that point..
good luck with them v-ribs in the front!!!
i suggest, getting some angle and make some supports to straighten them out, raise the floor...look around through some of the builds on here... plenty of examples...
im curious what that 4hp does on that hull.... im guessing it just pushes it at a good displacement speed...faster than a trolling motor for sure!!
[url=https://www.tinboats.net/forum/viewtopic.php?p=327272#p327272 said:JoshKeller » Yesterday, 22:12[/url]"]i have the same exact boat as you, except with a 25 hp merc. Mine has the center seat storage, but no plumbing installed - can you take pics of how the plumbing is run? thanks