ready to go for the 2014 duck season

dogyak
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ready to go for the 2014 duck season

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6.5 predator
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Re: ready to go for the 2014 duck season

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Bet that dog of yours is more ready :!:
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JD , I think your spot on about that . Even at 5 now , she has so much drive , drives the wife crazy . :lol:

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What size boat is that? Looks like an 8' jon.

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good eye , it is . A lowes river jon . Haven't made them for years . I also have a title . Going to get a bigger jon , can't take anyone with me other than the dog , but makes a perfect layout with veg in the middle of shallow lakes here in florida .

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I bet that thing flies!!

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lol , it does and scares me too ! Mike who's a dealer here and my friend said it would . This is the second season . Been watching craigslist , want to pick up a 14 footer , the 6.5 will still push it real good . Trey gets 15 to 16 mph on a 14 with himself using the same motor .

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dogyak wrote:lol , it does and scares me too ! Mike who's a dealer here and my friend said it would . This is the second season . Been watching craigslist , want to pick up a 14 footer , the 6.5 will still push it real good . Trey gets 15 to 16 mph on a 14 with himself using the same motor .
Yea, but he also modded the hell outta that thing too.
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tmclaimerFL wrote:
dogyak wrote:lol , it does and scares me too ! Mike who's a dealer here and my friend said it would . This is the second season . Been watching craigslist , want to pick up a 14 footer , the 6.5 will still push it real good . Trey gets 15 to 16 mph on a 14 with himself using the same motor .
Yea, but he also modded the hell outta that thing too.
Yes , he sure has . I hang out with Trey from time to time . Him being the younger guy , helps the old man out , lol !

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dogyak wrote:lol , it does and scares me too ! Mike who's a dealer here and my friend said it would . This is the second season . Been watching craigslist , want to pick up a 14 footer , the 6.5 will still push it real good . Trey gets 15 to 16 mph on a 14 with himself using the same motor .
Have you ever checked mph? Just curious I just picked up a 8ft Ouachita but have some work to be done on it before it hits the water. I will also be running a Predator 212.
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