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Old 06-15-2007, 02:30 PM
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Default Re: Small Boat for Small Lakes, Slow Streams

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Originally Posted by Patrick Marshall View Post
I am a brand new member. I own a North Fork Outdoors Scadden Skykomish H2 pontoon boat. I'm just getting used to this boat. But what I am asking about is what is a good "hard bottom" boat for fishing small lakes and drifting on slow streams like the Merced, San Joaquin, etc. (California) out in the Central Valley? The boat would be for one of my sons. The boat should be one that can be rowed, powered by an electric motor and up to a 5 HP outboard, and one that you can stand up to fish from. I know that a traditional "jon boat" would probably work, but are there other boats on the market that could fit this need? Also, the boat should comfortably and safely hold two people. Let me know. Thanks. Pat

Sounds like a Hyde drift boat might fit the bill.
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