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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 11-06-2016, 06:06 PM Thread Starter
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In the market for a new boat.

She wasn't fast and wasn't sleek, but she was dependable and caught fish. She's going to the boat graveyard soon, got caught up in an accident in my front lawn.







The Durango in the shed is also mine. The offending vehicle is behind the boat down over the bank.

The young lady hit a 6 point buck, which actuated her airbag, unable to see she veered through my front yard missing every inanimate object and struck the most forgiving item in my yard. She came out of it with a scratch on her knuckle.




Here she was in her natural surrounding.
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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 11-06-2016, 06:47 PM
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Ouch that would make me sick...was it on a trailer?

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I bet this will be a good camp story. suv looks bent also.
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RIP Blue Boat. May she be where the bass are all over 20" and the bite never ends.

Good to hear the girl wasn't hurt.
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Ouch that would make me sick...was it on a trailer?
Yes, it was on the trailer.



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I bet this will be a good camp story. suv looks bent also.
Yep, on both sides. Probably will be totaled as the core support is bent and damaged.

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RIP Blue Boat. May she be where the bass are all over 20" and the bite never ends.

Good to hear the girl wasn't hurt.
Thank you, "Can of Whoop Bass" appreciates it. The girl was very lucky, her vehicle passed by 3 rather large maple trees, a maple tree stump, and a cast iron and wood picnic table that is concreted into the ground. Like I said above, my boat and trailer was the most forgiving option to hit head on. Either of those other things, she may have well been DOA. One other item in the yard she missed... A cross.
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Aw, that'll buff out.
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Every day you see it on the news. Another felons life needlessly spared by inaccurate fire.

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The girl was very lucky, her vehicle passed by 3 rather large maple trees, a maple tree stump, and a cast iron and wood picnic table that is concreted into the ground. Like I said above, my boat and trailer was the most forgiving option to hit head on. Either of those other things, she may have well been DOA. One other item in the yard she missed... A cross.
A few months ago some guy hit a stone wall in front of my buddies house. The guy died. Had it not been for the wall he would have ended up in the living room where my friend was sitting. Stone walls and trees don't move much when you hit them.
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One boat I would avoid is StealthCraft out of Michigan. They suck...
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Sorry to hear about your boat. But it looks like it is time for an upgrade. Let us know what you get.
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see edit reason below

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