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Old 05-25-2007, 05:26 PM
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Okay in my defence...this is the old man's and he loves to cook and quit smoking...so that explains the Light. If this was my boat it would have a couple bottle of Agavero Tequila....OKAY!? LOL


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Just kidding! A couple of bottles! WOW! Half a bottle and I'd be taking a nap on the lake.
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I am just surprised that float tubes can hold that much hopps and barley products (or mexican cactus juice) as well as your gear.
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I am just surprised that float tubes can hold that much hopps and barley products (or mexican cactus juice) as well as your gear.


The good news is we don't consume it all while on the water....too hard to find a designated driver LOL
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The good news is we don't consume it all while on the water....too hard to find a designated driver LOL
thats a good thing, if you did probably end up paddling in circles or something



cant use float tubes much around here.... gators, sharks, y'know those kinda things
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Any Advice On An Open Front Float Tube Vs Closed. It Seems The Open Version Shold Be Easier To Mount.
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Donut tubes have gone the way of the Vega, Chevette, Mavrick, Gremlin etc.
You still can find some around real cheap. Mainly because not that many people buy them anymore. Just like neoprene waders.
Depending on how much fishing you're going to do from it should determine (along with your budget) what you should get. If you plan to do a lot of fishing from one, get the best you can get. Thickest cloth, urethane bladder (which will boost your capacity), Halkey Roberts valves. Super Fat Cat, H3 (for the best of the best).
Or if you're going to use it once in a while, ODC and Outcast make a decent vee boat made in China for a good price. Check cabelas.com. They have a lot of name brands.
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See if you can find the Reposado Sotol from Hacienda De Chihuahua up in yer parts. Its my latest favorite discovery in the Tequila genre and the stuff is wonderful. Its a Mezcal, though not actually a Tequila, but is made from a plant in the same family as Agave.

Its so smooth, you might wanna take 3 bottles, HA!
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