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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 03-12-2014, 09:28 AM Thread Starter
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if you could have any musky boat....

what would it be?

so many good ones out there. i hope to pull the trigger on a new(newer) lund in the next five years.

perhaps the impact 1875

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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 03-12-2014, 09:58 AM
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Re: if you could have any musky boat....

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Re: if you could have any musky boat....

Where are you fishing? In WPA I would have 2. A 14' like a fury 1400 powered by a 20 HP with a stout trolling motor, for places like pymy, tamarack, and even many places on the middle Allegheny. A 20' pro v should cover everything the above boat can't.

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Re: if you could have any musky boat....

For Pa I like my Lund rebel 16 footer except for rod storage. Any boat, I'd pick a tuffy like this one.



Lots of room!
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Re: if you could have any musky boat....

in theory i would want something i could take on lake arthur one day and lake erie the next. small water and big choppy water!

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Re: if you could have any musky boat....

Then I'd take a Lund 18 footer with a 150 on the back with a 20 kicker motor.
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Re: if you could have any musky boat....

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Re: if you could have any musky boat....

would be nice for fishing the Allegheny river which i love fishing.

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Re: if you could have any musky boat....

As it stands I own what I feel is the best boat for myself. Ranger 681c, its 17' has a 115 with a 9.9 kicker with controls at the console, terrova ipilot, hds 7 gen2 with side image, elite 5 on the bow... it is not a new boat by any stretch but the best all around boat I have been in.

If I had to choose a different one I would agree with Mark a tuffy esox mag, or the new Aluminum ranger deep V
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Re: if you could have any musky boat....

I own a Crestliner but I'm a big fan of Lund.

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