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Old 01-06-2021, 07:57 PM   #11
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Why are the SeaArks so sexy?!?!

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Are you planning on using it to guide out of? Seark makes a boat I think could be good for guiding: https://www.seaarkboats.com/boat/28/2272-mvjt
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Old 01-06-2021, 10:33 PM   #12
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Kinda what I was thinking. As long as there is water the RFL will go in a straight line. 50 yards of running over oysters sticking out of the water no problem, 10 yards of sheet water sand equals a problem.
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Old 01-07-2021, 08:32 AM   #13
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Why are the SeaArks so sexy?!?!
Not sure but I really like them. I have never seen an aluminum jet boat wider than 72". I wonder what a properly designed tunnel and a wider hull could do. I don't think it could run shallower than mine but it could carry a bunch more weight.
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Kinda what I was thinking. As long as there is water the RFL will go in a straight line. 50 yards of running over oysters sticking out of the water no problem, 10 yards of sheet water sand equals a problem.
a RFL will run over dry oysters? Or do you mean just the tips of the oyster bed poking out of the water? I didnt try running anything like that last saturday.
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+1 361-510-6655 in rock port him and another guide in rockport run Yamaha powered jet outboards I built for them. Tommy will take you for a ride, just be prepared to talk for a while, LOL> I'm not in the business any more, other than my last boat for sale, 18-56 weldcraft tiller yamaha F60 jet.

too small for more than 3 people and weight kills jet power,

the guides boats are 20-70 with yamaha F150 and 22 vee with yamaha f150 had another guide there running the alweld but he sold it and its back to a owner in Port O connor
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Gotmuddy not over dry ground. I meant tips of oysters out of the water. Just make sure they aren’t sitting on hard sand.....
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Gotmuddy not over dry ground. I meant tips of oysters out of the water. Just make sure they aren’t sitting on hard sand.....
oh ok. sand or mud didn't seem to matter to the jet.
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