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06-19-2005 01:05 PM
Pike Hunter
Re: Paddle Boats

I found one I have never seen before check it out at:

06-19-2005 01:04 PM
Pike Hunter
Re: Paddle Boats

Yah I have been in one. Really good at using one too. I found one REALLY COOL.
06-19-2005 11:32 AM
Re: Paddle Boats

I've used them on San Isabel and slayed some trout, they have great trolling speed :P

06-18-2005 10:02 PM
Red Sox Rock
Re: Paddle Boats

They have a whole section for them in dicks idk about prices though.
06-18-2005 07:09 PM
Re: Paddle Boats

I think that they would be great for a small pond. Have you ever been in one? They move pretty slow but are a great workout. I seen them at Sportsman's but I think that thery were around $600.
06-18-2005 07:05 PM
Pike Hunter
Paddle Boats

Are they really good for fishing. Where can I get one for about 200.00

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