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    Default Ready for a float blind

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    Nice dude!

    As soon as these 17' center console boats with 4 stroke 90s start getting more reasonably priced. You will be doing another white to camo boat.
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    Got em lined up back there, I see..

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    Delta in a nutshell: Breeding grounds + small wetlands + big blocks of grass cover + predator removal + nesting structures + enough money to do the job= plenty of ducks to keep everyone smiling!

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    Quote Originally Posted by willyworm View Post
    Got em lined up back there, I see..

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    All the time, got more coming
    "I am a man, not an animal and I always try to conduct myself accordingly. Doing anything less is just giving up and expecting (and being okay) with failure."
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    How does that paint job hold up on a white glass boat? Does it show wear spots etc over time?

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    Of course it will show if you go thru the paint! But that’s the beauty of camo. Keep a couple cans of krylon for touch ups if necessary! It’s a duck boat !

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    Nice job stump! I like that pattern a lot!

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    I put several coats on glass boats and allow more time for the paint to cure. I prep the glass more than I do aluminum so it holds better, I have guys that I painted their high tides several years ago and paint is still in good shape.
    "I am a man, not an animal and I always try to conduct myself accordingly. Doing anything less is just giving up and expecting (and being okay) with failure."
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    Stump did the paint job on the glass boat I have. It still looks great.

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