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They donít seem as sturdy but was hoping for a bass boat with a live well but shorter
There is no bass boat in the class you want that is stable enough for the St. Lawrence. You can still get beat up there in a 20' fiberglass boat. If you are looking at that wide a range of conditions then you need to start thinking about a multi species option of some sort. There is no way a bass boat can deal with the wakes of the big boats that populate that waterway.
Then how do the guys use them then
For Hemlock and Canadice lakes the boat can't be longer than 16 feet and the motor can't be over 10 horse power, that will work in the back waters of the St. Lawrence but not in the main channel. You could use it in Lake of the Isles or Eel Bay or other out of the way place but that's about it.Rodney
They raised it to 17
When did they raise it? Are they still limited to 10 horse power? I always thought they were 2 lakes made for 14 footers, neither one is very big and coupled with areas by the damns that you can't fish they even smaller, It's been a very long time since I could fish them, they were always quiet not many folks out but I know the kayakers found them.Rodney
It'll be interesting to see how many go to a 17 footer still able to run just a 10 horse power, it'll be a slow boat for sure. I always figured that a 14 footer and a 10 horse power, either a job or semi "V" turned into a mini bass boat.RodneySent from my DL1016 using Tapatalk
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