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    Default Best Crappie/striper/inshore set up

    Those that Crappie, striper, and inshore fish. What would you say size wise is the best for all 3? Aluminum or fiberglass, and what layout is working best for you?

    Looking at not exceeding 20ft possibly 22ft but ready to buy new or like new and be done with looking.

    I'll fish Greenwood, CH, Murray, Russel, and few times a year I'll fish the coast with 4 people.
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    20ft aluminum center console with 115 Yamaha. Xpress makes a good one but so do others.

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    961 War Eagle Blackhawk

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    You need this in your life lol





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    Quote Originally Posted by b35w View Post
    You need this in your life lol





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    you said you didn't want to sell it
    Quote Originally Posted by JABIII View Post
    Indeed, yet I have killed no Jack Miners today, this month, or this season as our boy DHall has. I am more jealous of his awesome pig of a bird than everyone else combined.

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    That's a nice rig, b35w.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dhall1693 View Post
    you said you didn't want to sell it
    hahaha i am trying to decide. i really don't want to get rid of it but dang it's tough to fish bass tournaments out of. Hands down the best boat I have ever owned. It is an inshore fishing machine!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Bart View Post
    That's a nice rig, b35w.
    Thank you sir.

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    Quote Originally Posted by b35w View Post
    Thank you sir.
    Dont sell, you will regret it

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    I prefer a fiberglass boat on the water and an aluminum boat on the trailer.

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    I've been running a 2072 Alumacraft with a 115hp Yamaha on the back for 10 years now. It does everything I need it to do from crappie and stripper in the lakes, running the rivers and swamp, inshore and a few miles off shore on calm days.
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    My dad just bought an 860 war eagle center console with a 90 sho to do exactly the things you mentioned . 18.5 feet, super wide and stable. Rigged out with power pole, I pilot, side scan was $34k.

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