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Old 03-11-2002, 08:36 AM
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26 ... been boating almost since the day I was born. I'm on my 2nd ride it's a Liberator 241 with twin SBC's.
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Old 03-11-2002, 08:49 AM
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Great thread

25 and flying Fountain Flag, 27 Fever w/500efi

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Old 03-11-2002, 08:59 AM
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I have shoes older than you guys....

LMAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 03-11-2002, 09:15 AM
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29 yrs old, and I am freaked out about it!!!
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Old 03-11-2002, 09:35 AM
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i'm 25. i'm on my second boat. when i was 22 i bought my first "real" boat....'98 Baja 272, in '01 i bought a '00 Baja 33' Outlaw. i grew up on the water. my parents have pictures of me riding in the "car seat" in their boat. they would turn me around facing the stern so that the wind would not take my breath away! as soon as i could reach the throttle and the wheel, i was driving. i didn't even have a chance to be a "non-boater"....i was warped from the start!

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Old 03-11-2002, 10:50 AM
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I don't remember my twenties!
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Old 03-11-2002, 11:27 AM
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I'm 29 and have been boating and going to the lake all my life! My parents also have pic.'s of me in my "Boat Coat" as sson as I could walk, and before that in my car seat with a life vest around the seat in their boat! At my parent's old lake house that had to make a step stool that I could stand on a look out a watch the "BIG BOOAT's" go by! BOAT was one of the first words that said!

During college I work at a Marina in the Ozarks and started by buying a 1993 Pro VXR (Waverunner) I was 20, then sold it and my Hot Rod a 1967 Camaro and went straight to the lake to find a boat to buy, I found a 23ft Velocity 454Mag when I was 22, then I found a deal on a 30ft Velocity and Bought it when I was 24 then completely restored it in about a year, now I have sold it and have a 33ft Fountain that me a buddy are partner's on and a 22ft Velocity Project boat and a couple of duck hunting boat's a 20ft Pontoon and a 15ft jon boat.

I used to think the happiness of life was, to keep you boat longer in feet then you are in year's, now as I get older it's going to get kinda hard to keep up, But by God I'll try!!
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I have shoes older than you guys....
Speaking of that, I've always wondered how you guys actually feed the fish in the heels of your shoes....how do you do that?

My better half is 28, does that count?
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26 and really new to the sport. This will be my third season ownig a boat. Can't wait till I learn to drive so I can buy a real(Bigger not nessicarilly a different brand) boat. Oh yeah a BAJA.

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