Not in your lifetime anyways. Don't expect much and stick with real small water, or else go bigger like you said. V-hulls ride smoother and cut the water better than flat bottoms though on small bodies of water where you're not going to be going fast or have a lot of big waves flat bottoms are probably your best bet. It will probably need an impeller. Mark Channels Read Calendar. I have an older Evinrude 4 horse, and it hardly pushes my 14 foot flat bottom. I have a friend with a and it is just to small for more than one person but he loves it for the rivers.
However unless I get a fair bit more info I'm not driving all the way to Kamloops I'm in Chilliwack just to look at it and find out it's to my liking. Year - Make - Model -. I took the front seat out and replaced it with a pedestal seat. But the best solution is a 'modified V' Jon boat. I've fished almost exclusively in jon boats my whole life. Mine is a G3 brand and it seems very well made.
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We are back to the 14 ft john or V hull. I would assume that your old 9. There are so many in the shallow areas where I'm fishing that you can't really keep from hitting them. We do not plan to be using the boat on any massive lakes and having to crusie for a long time. I realize it isn't the best season to be looking for such a boat as the quality buys get snapped up quick, but, nonetheless, we are looking around on craig'slist, kijiji, etc. Then I have a 14 foot general purpose boat with a 75 johnson on it.