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07-28-08, 04:39 PM
Looking for a 10' pond hopper. Does anyone know someone who is looking to sell?
07-29-08, 03:04 PM
try looking on craigslist.com under boats. i bet i see at least one different listing for a bass buggy every day.
07-30-08, 08:39 AM
if you do end up getting one at a great deal on craigslist.com i think you should take me out with you at least once...you know kind of a finders fee.
just kidding...but not really!
07-30-08, 08:48 AM
I am looking on Craigslist but have had no luck.:bang: I have a Creek company 915 and I tried it in a 400 ac lake last weekend that is beside my golf course. It didn't work very well in that lake. I was sitting to low and I guess since they are made to manuover easy in the river, it was hard to keep it straight.
I will post if I find one, and you are welcome to fish anytime. I am newly back into fishing and most of my buddies are golfers.
here is one on Craigs for $200 from today in Jonesboro.
Egg Sucking Leach
07-30-08, 08:26 PM
Might be a little more upscale than you were looking for, but this looks like a sweet deal on a 13' Riverhawk.
And not too far away, either.
There's a pretty steady supply of pond hoppers that show up, just keep watching.
Arborfly, When you put your toon in the lake, Where you using fins? If not, I would give that a try before giving up on it for still water. I love using my toons in still water and using fins makes all the difference.
07-31-08, 11:11 AM
Baldea-- Thanks for the post but this one is already sold.
ESL--- This is alittle bigger than I need, but thanks anyway.
B983-- I did not use the fins because I thought the trolling motor would be good enough. Do you wear them in the river? If so , are they hard to wade in if you get out of the toon?
Arborfly, The nice thing about fins is you can adjust your toon while still fishing. I would just use the trolling motor for covering large sections of water.
I NEVER wade in my fins, They would have the makings of a great video for the rest of you ;)
If I was a floating a section of river that is REALLLY SLOW I would bring my fins for that section of water, But as a rule I never wear fins in moving water.
The 915 is a nice toon, I have its big and little brothers, The 1018 and 816.
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