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Old 05-25-2005, 04:13 PM
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That's the whole idea, I'm tired of my boat being a mooring weight now because it is only 23 feet long and too small to compete out there. I want to start using it again...hence HB162.
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DON'T FEED THE TROLLS!!!! I don't care how entertaining it may be!!!
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DON'T FEED THE TROLLS!!!! I don't care how entertaining it may be!!!
10-4 Jon, I'm done. Wasn't very challenging anyway
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Old 05-25-2005, 04:51 PM
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Faster, we just bought another boat at the end of last year( see my avatar). Its only 24' and I've never felt that it was to small out there. Before we got this boat we used to take our other boat everywhere on the lake. Its only a 14' Logic with a 40hp 4-stroke on it. Now before you think that we just stuck to the shore line to go anywhere in the 14' you are totaly wrong. Its been from one end to the other and not by trailer either. And I felt plenty safe in it as well.

My name is Adam by the way but I don't see what that has to do with anything. I'm a 30yr old boater w/ a 7yr old son. I grew up boating on the ocean. Piloting my father's 38' Manson cabin cruiser from the age of about 8. No a Manson isn't a performance boat either, its a wooden twin screw diesel, with a top speed of around 17 knots.

I'm sorry that the boat you chose is not seaworthy for the conditions of the lake. You should have done better research on its hull design and saftey record before you bought it to use on the big lake. Maybe you should try one of the smaller lakes and you might find that you enjoy your purchase more. Big water is not for everyone or everyboat.

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Again, I'm sorry that your boat can't keep up or that you feel like less of a man because of it.
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fruitta55,

I know I told Jon that I was done, but well said.
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I am computer illiterate i just need to figure out how to set as avitar , don't worry i'll figure it out.
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I am computer illiterate i just need to figure out how to set as avitar , don't worry i'll figure it out.
No wonder you can't figure it out, you own a performance boat. Suprised you can read
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