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Reginald Denny

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Here's mine, she's a little snug for two people, but she gets the job done!


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Spent the last few weeks in my sled enjoying the greater things in life , this is a special place and the steelhead is just a bonus to the game , when I got bored , I'd go check on new places just to run my boat ,


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18' Stealthcraft sled, 115/80 Mercury Jet, Big Tiller, AD Maddox artwork veil, MinnKota 80# w/iPilot Link, Humminbird 899ci HD si, LED lighting inside and out, rod holders for spey and trout, River Larry electric bow anchor, power points, Sawyer Shoal Cut Square tops.
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After caring for and feeding bonefish skiffs for years, I swore when I left guiding and the Keys that my days as a boat owner were over. But, after our recent move to the Clearwater and contemplating being bank bound all season, I broke that promise to myself and picked up a new (actually used, '06) river ride.

I haven’t had the time to splash it yet, and I have zero experience rowing. That said, if anyone would like to help break it in this summer and share some rowing knowledge, I’d be happy to trade poling experience for river knowledge. Since flats boats, push poles, and poling platforms seem to be a little scarce around here, the poling would probably be theoretical, although you never know what will show up at the Red Shed.[smile]
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Can't seem to upsize photo. 
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It works for me. When I click the first photo it gets much bigger and just about covers my whole screen.
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Rob Puckett

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Well ok then. thanks Robert
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Its a little small but I have another bench for her. So its ok for two people. Its also a little slow but I just wave to the jets as they go blowing buy. But the steelhead don't know its not a fancy sled. [smile] Robert
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Here is my Michigan Jet Sled. Took 10 months to build. 



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After caring for and feeding bonefish skiffs for years, I swore when I left guiding and the Keys that my days as a boat owner were over. But, after our recent move to the Clearwater and contemplating being bank bound all season, I broke that promise to myself and picked up a new (actually used, '06) river ride.

I haven’t had the time to splash it yet, and I have zero experience rowing. That said, if anyone would like to help break it in this summer and share some rowing knowledge, I’d be happy to trade poling experience for river knowledge. Since flats boats, push poles, and poling platforms seem to be a little scarce around here, the poling would probably be theoretical, although you never know what will show up at the Red Shed.[smile]
Bob








I'm trying to look at this on my phone. Is this a Max or a 16'? Did you use the Clack motor mount on the transom or just hang the kicker on there? Nice looking boat.
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Brian,

It's a 16' SSG.
It was set-up with the Yamaha when I bought it. The motor is hung right off the transom, no mount.
If you're anywhere near Orofino, you're welcome to take a look at it.

Bob
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This one has been my main ride for over twenty years...


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New to me this past summer.  Scadden Outlaw Assault X, two of them.  Super handy not having a frame so they can just be rolled up and put in my wife's Jetta or stacked in back of the truck.  No problem putting one on your shoulders and carrying for a 1/4 mile for those spots without a boat ramp.  Can also manty and carry both of them (plus other gear) on mules for the back country trips.  Super useful little boats.

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