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Old 10-14-2017, 03:45 PM   #151
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Old 10-14-2017, 03:50 PM   #152
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Heard lots of tales but never seen one that could do it yet.


Theres several boats out there today that can do it easy.


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Old 10-14-2017, 04:14 PM   #153
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Old 10-14-2017, 05:34 PM   #154
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Majek RFL in their 21 ft variety. Love mine. Run the sand back to the island from the Arroyo and you'll be fine.


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Old 10-14-2017, 05:38 PM   #155
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I'm boatless right now, but my new cat just splashed the mold yesterday. Should have it mid to end dec.
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Old 10-14-2017, 07:12 PM   #156
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Do you remember the model of that Alumacraft? That's what I've been looking for.
Yessir, that's a 1756 with a tunnel of course. Manual jack plate and really light Yamaha 2 stroke 70. Wish I could have two boats, would have kept it.
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Old 10-14-2017, 07:14 PM   #157
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Yessir, that's a 1756 with a tunnel of course. Manual jack plate and really light Yamaha 2 stroke 70. Wish I could have two boats, would have kept it.
How fast was it with the tunnel? How's that effect handling and cruising? I have a 17.5-60 with a 70 I've considered adding tunnel too.

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Old 10-14-2017, 07:21 PM   #158
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How fast was it with the tunnel? How's that effect handling and cruising? I have a 17.5-60 with a 70 I've considered adding tunnel too.
Depends on the prop with the tunnel boats. It had a custom 3 blade Bauman prop on there with extra cup added. Jack plate set as high as it would go and still pickup water, hole was wasn't great and topped out 38 mph by GPS. Handling wasn't bad at all honestly, always had good grip and never lost "feel" in turns.

edit: In the pic with the meat quarters hanging you can see how high that manual jackplate was set.

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Old 10-14-2017, 07:25 PM   #159
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Yessir, that's a 1756 with a tunnel of course. Manual jack plate and really light Yamaha 2 stroke 70. Wish I could have two boats, would have kept it.


Here's my 1860 alumacraft with a tunnel.


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Old 10-15-2017, 10:07 AM   #160
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DoubleG Prostaff that's a good looking boat-to me-without costing $69,999
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Old 10-15-2017, 10:17 AM   #161
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Go take a test ride in a 23 haynie cat. I have had several shallow sports and switched to haynie two years ago. While shallow sports are great boats the haynie rides better and is faster. Jayne is very versatile also. Pm me if you have any questions or want to ride in one. I fish O'Connor and port Mansfield.
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Old 11-08-2017, 11:10 AM   #162
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I have been nothing but thrilled with my new rig. Get up in some stupid shallow water. Super smooth, dry ride.

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Old 11-08-2017, 11:12 AM   #163
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I have been nothing but thrilled with my new rig. Get up in some stupid shallow water. Super smooth, dry ride.

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We met the owner of mowdy during a boat show in the summer, cool guy and great boats but we went with a majek instead. How skinny can you get up in that thing?


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Old 11-08-2017, 11:36 AM   #164
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NewWater, I got a Stilt, but the Curlew and Ibis are also awesome.
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Old 11-08-2017, 12:02 PM   #165
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Old 11-08-2017, 12:08 PM   #166
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So far what I have tried is in a foot of water with fairly soft bottom, didn't even dig in. Jack plate was on 3, Idle forward a bit, turn left, & hit the throttle. My eyes had to be as big a saucers the 1st time I tried it.
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Old 11-08-2017, 12:16 PM   #167
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2016 JVX Carolina Skiff with 70 hp suzuki i won on a bet this year. Rough as hell in chop and you WILL get wet. Other than that a really super skinny good boat.
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Old 11-08-2017, 12:16 PM   #168
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Tell me about that Spey rod. Good, bad....worth a try?
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Old 11-08-2017, 12:20 PM   #169
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So far what I have tried is in a foot of water with fairly soft bottom, didn't even dig in. Jack plate was on 3, Idle forward a bit, turn left, & hit the throttle. My eyes had to be as big a saucers the 1st time I tried it.


Nice, weve only taken our majek in the same as you. Weve ran on dang near wet sand but we get up in a foot of water easy, would take it skinnier and try it but shes to new to do that right now. I need to get some pics up of the new boat


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Old 11-08-2017, 12:24 PM   #170
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I run a JH Performance B240. There has a been a few times I wish it ran a little shallower but for the most part it's a great boat for what I do.
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Old 11-08-2017, 01:53 PM   #171
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Nice, weve only taken our majek in the same as you. Weve ran on dang near wet sand but we get up in a foot of water easy, would take it skinnier and try it but shes to new to do that right now. I need to get some pics up of the new boat


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I have run in some 7" deep areas but have not been brave enough to go any shallower. It is advertised to run in 5". Also can be run with jack plate all the way up w/o overheating, havn't seen the need for that yet either.
I do know it will handle some nasty rough stuff, got hung out in south San Antonio bay when a nasty quick front hit on Oct. 22nd. Thought for sure we were done. 5 to 7 footers. Nowhere to hide, boat would bottom out in shallow water, would have flipped had I tried to turn around. Craziest d*** thing I have been through. Never would have believed the water could change that fast.
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Old 11-08-2017, 02:10 PM   #172
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It's wonderful for fighting fish - bigger fish that pull yards of line.

Blank is on left is a 10wt TL Johnson handcrafted saltwater series fly blank. The blank far right, is his 8 wt series.

TL's shop is in Northern Colorado where he builds them by hand. TL used to work for United Composites fishing rods, the folks who started the fiberglass\graphite rods now found in many offshore rods. They developed the scrim technology now found in many of the high end offshore blanks made - like CALSTAR, using a blend of fiberglass and graphite in blank's scrim adding strength with lower weights over standard fiberglass. And standard graphite, can become too brittle to be of any value, when handled in rougher conditions and or dealing with saltwater fish. The saltwater series blanks, are thicker in the lower section to add lift and strength to the blank versus a standard fly blank. There is a difference between a 10 wt normal blank versus 10wt saltwater series blank. Get a big fish in close alone, some of the regular blanks may explode if they get too much of an arc trying to land big hard fighting fish, up close. That critical last 10 yards and in toward the angler.

I like fishing them both. Lot's of power, the 10 wt will flat out work 11 to 12 wt lines and cast in a gale. It will blast casts literally 50 yards easily with a weight forward line - with next to nothing in false cast effort to get there. The spey butt allows you to lay that butt against your wrist for extra leverage going one hand, in traditional fly rod mode and it also allows you to bring another hand into play, for more leverage on the blank with control and power. With a saltwater series fly blank, it's nice to get more leverage without worry of the blank getting over stressed.

My personal fly rod builds and they are tough sticks. It's nice to anchor that butt into the body on a run and it gives you a good spot to grab the blank at the butt, if you need to extend, with a hand below the fly reel.

Think jackfish, bullred or tarpon on the fly, as you battle.....the spey butt comes into play big time, when all you can do is hang on, and let the fish pull drag. My 10wt reel has 600 yards of backing on it - Lamson, with disc drag system. The Lamson 8 wt has around 400 yards of backing. Both are capable of dealing with fish that my regular baitcasters have no line capacity to cover.

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Old 11-08-2017, 02:16 PM   #173
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This is the new sled, 2017 majek m2 illusion. 22 and a half foot with a 200 hp high output evinrude g2. She gets skinny and goes offshore, weve been out 15 miles to the rigs for some snapper slapping and anything else that would bite.


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Old 11-08-2017, 02:20 PM   #174
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Good looking boat Jmsck12!
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Old 11-08-2017, 02:32 PM   #175
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You can spin a baby cat all day, and really good redfish diver can also.
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Old 06-27-2018, 04:59 PM   #176
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K&J Marine in Spring on FM2920
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Glenn Vann is the owner. Tell him I said hello

I just had them put LED cubes on both sides of the cooler, added mount for Yeti tiedown on it too. Also had them put a back rest on the leaning post

I had it down in Matagorda last weekend, it did well but we weren't successful in the catching department


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Bringing this up from the dead. How is that cooler rack working out for you? Im buying that flats cat Friday. How is the light holding up? did they install the rack and light bar?
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Old 06-27-2018, 09:11 PM   #177
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We use a 17' Maverick with a 70hp Yamaha with the power steering.
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Old 06-27-2018, 09:57 PM   #178
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I had a shallow sport and have a 23 shoalwater now. Love the shoalwater. Probably fixing to sell it and get a new one with a 300 on it.
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Old 06-27-2018, 11:50 PM   #179
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I want to buy my first boat and Im trying to figure out where to go to try different boats to find one I want.


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Any issues with a freshwater bass boat in saltwater??? Anything corroded?
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Old 06-28-2018, 06:16 AM   #182
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Old 06-28-2018, 06:42 AM   #183
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You want a 16' Kenner with a factory rebuilt Yamaha 70 that way you can comfortably fish fresh and salt. I think I know a guy that can hook you up with an awesome deal
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I run a JH B240 and love it. Handles chop really well and still has good shallow water performance. If I fished more around POC I would have went with the JH outlaw.
What I have as well. JH Outlaw runs in mist.. lol
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They have some in the water boat shows in galvatraz and another toward rock port. The Houston boat show is a good place to see what you can get in your budget and go from there.
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They have some in the water boat shows in galvatraz and another toward rock port. The Houston boat show is a good place to see what you can get in your budget and go from there.


Regarding the Houston one, is it a specific show or all the shows there?


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In my opinion the winter show is better. It's usually the first week or so of January. They'll have everything from kayaks to million dollar yachts.

When I bought my rig I had it narrowed down to two hulls. There was 2 or 3 dealers for each there. We were able to spend time with each before cutting a deal and did it at the same place.

It's a good show that I try and make every year just to look
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In my opinion the winter show is better. It's usually the first week or so of January. They'll have everything from kayaks to million dollar yachts.

When I bought my rig I had it narrowed down to two hulls. There was 2 or 3 dealers for each there. We were able to spend time with each before cutting a deal and did it at the same place.

It's a good show that I try and make every year just to look


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Old 06-28-2018, 09:56 AM   #189
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I had a 1660 flatbottom with a jet drive that would run in 2" of water, The thing I really hated about that was it ran wayyyyy shallower than it would float and when you got stuck you were SOL,I mean you could be 100 yds from water you could get the boat up in it's a nightmare.Now I have a 20' airboat with a 496 Big Block and I don't even need water anymore ,LOL !
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Old 07-31-2018, 10:39 PM   #190
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Picked this one up a couple weeks ago!

2002 21 Flats Cat with a 140 Suzuki, came with a Lowrance HDS 7, 8 powerpole and minnkota ipilot. Under 400 hours on it.




Should be a good first fiberglass boat.


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Picked this one up a couple weeks ago!

2002 21 Flats Cat with a 140 Suzuki, came with a Lowrance HDS 7, 8 powerpole and minnkota ipilot. Under 400 hours on it.




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23 Shoalwater cat with 250 SHO, trp lower unit. About the best all around boat I have been in. The 23ft Haynie cat is right there with it.
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You find a new sled yet?!
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23 Shoalwater cat with 250 SHO, trp lower unit. About the best all around boat I have been in. The 23ft Haynie cat is right there with it.


I like that a lot! Id love to go for a ride and see how it handles as Im in the market for one.


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Well what did you decide on?!
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Old 08-02-2018, 04:28 PM   #198
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I had a shallow sport and have a 23 shoalwater now. Love the shoalwater. Probably fixing to sell it and get a new one with a 300 on it.
Let me know if you get serious about selling.
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That is no problem as I am in POC almost every weekend. This one will be for sale come the end of September.
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