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Latest Activity: Jul 29, 2016
Spent a couple of years looking at all the options and they all either needed lots of changes to get what I wanted, couldn't do what I needed, or cost was more than I wanted to invest. I started with…Continue
Started by Craig Thoreson Jun 19, 2016.
June 17, 2016 at 6am on Lake Aeroflex. All tricked out and pretty much all set unless I find other goodies to add to it. That's why I'm so interested in this forum. I'm always looking for input from other yakkers for ways to make it better. Thanks for inviting me, Craig. The beauty of the Frontier 12 is that it is large enough for two, but soooo good for one. Plenty of room and so stable. I've never been good at traveling light, so the 48 inch wide deck really accommodates all my stuff and my three poles. I also like to stand and cast, and the Nucanoe is no problem to stand and fish in. The Minn Kota Endura MAX 55 is perfect for long days on big lakes and reservoirs. With a heavy duty marine battery I'm good for 9 hours on the lake, easy. When the water gets shallow and the lily pads get thick I raise up the motor and paddle around to my hearts content. An added benefit is its weight. At 78 lbs it is easy to put up on top of the SUV, no trailer needed. For now, this is the best thing for me since sliced bread.
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