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Old 03-16-2011, 09:22 AM
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Default Re: Fly fishing watercraft design

I use pontoon boats for float tripping remote rivers. The biggest problem is getting the boats and enough gear for a week to a launch site and then arrange for an extraction down river when you are done.

A jet boat with flat bottom & tunnel hull are the choice for one day or overnighters. With the jet you need only a launch point and can go up or down river as you please.

I have very seldom fished from the boats. I use the watercraft as a means to travel the water not the way to fish. I find fish then park the boats and wade.

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