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mtemanMon Oct-06-03 05:55 AM
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#63, "RE: Pontoon info."
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To maintain position you use your fins same as in a tube. This is where the larger profile of a pontoon can hurt when it's real windy.
I fish a lot in the delta with the tides, current and wind. You get used to it.
Set up time can vary depending on which kind of boat you get. Less then 1/2 an hour, some boats as little as 10-15 minutes including inflating pontoons.

I would recommend getting the best boat you can to start with.
Outdoor Engineering's Versa-Vessel is the sweetest boat around(IMO). Quick set up and easily customized. http://www.outdoorengineering.com/

Good luck,
Mitch

  

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Pontoon info. [View all] , JCAB, Sun Oct-05-03 07:00 PM
  RE: Pontoon info., mteman, Oct 05th 2003, #1
RE: Pontoon info., JCAB, Oct 05th 2003, #2
      RE: Pontoon info., JCAB, Oct 05th 2003, #3
           RE: Pontoon info., mteman, Oct 06th 2003 #5
           RE: Pontoon info., Sacto John, Oct 06th 2003, #6
RE: Pontoon info., JerryG, Oct 06th 2003, #4
RE: Pontoon info., JCAB, Oct 06th 2003, #7
      RE: Pontoon info., mteman, Oct 07th 2003, #9
      RE: Pontoon info., JerryG, Oct 07th 2003, #10
RE: Pontoon info., bassinzink, Oct 06th 2003, #8
RE: Pontoon info., JCAB, Oct 08th 2003, #11

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