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Old 09-08-2019, 06:16 PM   #1
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Push pole length

What length push pole are use guys using? Adding a 21' Stiffy hoping that's enough length
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That's what I have. Don't have much experience with it yet, not real comfortable up on the platform. Came with my Ankona Copperhead.
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Old 09-09-2019, 07:02 PM   #3
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3-4' longer than the boat depending on the height of your platform and the bottom you are poling in. Gooey mud bottom might be 1.5' deep before you get a push versus hard sand.
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I have a 22' stiffy and an 18' boat, tall platform and muddy bottom where I usually fish and it's just right. If I fished down in the LLM all the time I might get by with a 20' stick. But its better to have the extra length and not need it than need the extra length and not have it (that's what she said anyway...)
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thanks Guys. 21' Hybrid mounted and ready for Friday Morning!
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21' is a great length for most situations. The tarpon guys in Florida will often have longer because they are fishing in much deeper water than we typically do here in Texas. I had broken my 21' Extreme so many times that it was 18' when I replaced it. It was sure handy and was perfect 90% of the time, but there were times when I needed the extra length.

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