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Old 06-02-2020, 10:02 AM
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WTB/WTT Bender style boat

Ideally less than 60#, stable for 1 hunter, something i can carry on my 16' jon boat safely. Willing to trade for vintage 17' canoe, or shotguns.
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Re: WTB/WTT Bender style boat

Get a hold of hitch. Best way to go
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Thanks! Does Hitch fabricate these?
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That one they raffled off would be ideal, said it only weighed 50#
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Re: WTB/WTT Bender style boat

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Ideally less than 60#, stable for 1 hunter, something i can carry on my 16' jon boat safely. Willing to trade for vintage 17' canoe, or shotguns.
I'm also looking for a 10 foot bender (or two). I also have looked at the Creek M80 and M98.
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