just 1 more cast!!!
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I don’t know they ride but they are built very strong. I think that from their design they would ride as good as a Lund.
Did he have a 9.9? I’m hoping the 25hp Merc 2 stroke will be enough to get two guys on plan quickly. That’s pretty reassuring that the 14 handled good with a 70” beam. This model I have has a 81” beam. I take delivery Thursday so if the Stars Allighn I’ll be out on Erie Sunday for a test run.My friend Ken had a Polarcraft bought at Back Bay Marina nest Springfield Lake. It was the 3 bench style deep V 14’ tiller. He put an aluminum floor in it. It was deeper than my 14’ Lund and had a dryer ride.
It handled big waves very well. One time we were in Florida on Stick Marsh trying to get back to the ramp before dark. We had about an 8 mile ride in 3-4’ waves. It took those roller waves very well and actually was a pretty smooth ride. I was impressed. I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.
Yup, dropping a 24v 80pnd thrust minnkota ipilot on the front. Garmin 93sv in the back and 43cv in the front for drop shotting and casting shallow water.Also not a polarkraft owner but congrats on the rig and looks like a great boat. I've always liked the smaller deep v tillers, always seems like a lot of boat in a smaller package. Putting a new trolling motor up front?