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psandhu 05-07-2010 06:31 AM

What's up with all these funny posts like the above 2. They have just one post to their name, and it seems like some computer generated the answer.

Medona 06-04-2010 01:59 AM

I am not know any duck boats.Please send me more info if you know about it.

DuckHunterLady 06-04-2010 12:56 PM

Mud Boats
 
Making one at home out of fiberglass is easy as can be and cheaper then buying one. We built three in a week one for each of us and one for a friend... the cost for the wood, fiberglass, resin, ect... came out to $160 dollars a boat and took hardly no time at all. My husband bought a Rickshaw motor for his for around 700 dollars you dont need a transom and it works really well with the boat. They're layout boats they work great....

bald9eagle 07-10-2010 03:57 AM

Where did you get the plans? I am thinking about building one myself. I currently own an Otter Stealth 2000 and really like it, but kinda want something lower profile that I can hide easier.

Pics would be cool as well.

mustad 07-12-2010 10:49 AM


Originally Posted by Hickorycreek Lodge (Post 3609543)
I have a 1754 Grizzlly tracker with a 35 hp hyper drive on it. I guide duck hunts and have hunted myself with 4 hunters in it no problem. It has plenty of power and will run in almost nothing. Before this boat I had a 1542 Seark Duckhawk with a 13 hp mudbuddy on it. Great boat and motor. I do enjoy the short shaft much more than the long tail though. Good luck.

Do you know how much your boat weighs? I have a 1960 LegendCraft mod v jon boat which I would love to put a hyperdrive motor on, but am concerned that it won't push it fast enough. I'm running a 60hp Merc OB and top out at about 37 mph. I'm not sure how keen I am on getting the model of the engine that they modify to get more HP's out of it.


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