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Old 01-20-2009, 09:13 PM
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2009 Clacka.

Yowzza! what a nice boat, and the storage looks nice too.
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Fysh: That new Clacka is a nice looking boat and those storage boxes on the sides sure look handy. Their show schedule says they will be at the Denver ISE Show Jan 22-25, I might have to go down and take a close up look.

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Hi Fysh,

Thanks for the link. Good looking boat. The storage is nice but I wonder if it might interfere with the rower from netting a fish? I guess he could put his knee on top of the storage. I bet it is a dry boat.

Didn't you just buy a new boat, again?

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Default Re: 2009 Clacka.

Howdy Frank,
That could be a bit of a concern, I would think the storage boxes are sturdy enough to stand on if need be, I will keep an ear open.
With times as they are, I don't think new boats will be flyin of the lot anytime soon.

Yes we did get a used (new to us, 4yrs old) Clacka last Summer, and we also have our older Clacka sitting on the R.V. pad next to it.
Anyone in the market yet?
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Hi Fysh,

The Clacka site calls them walk on storage so they should be pretty tough.

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Default Re: 2009 Clacka.

I just talked to Davo, looks like he's eyeballin them too.
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I like the additional storage space. Will they be coming out with the storage boxes in the new full profile model. Does anybody have any idea what the price on this new boat be?
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Sweet looking boat. Kinda curious on the price as well.
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