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Pedal Boat Blind?

Discussion in 'Boats, Blinds, & Gadgets Forum' started by MedicPelle, Mar 30, 2019.

  1. warrenwaterfowler

    warrenwaterfowler Senior Refuge Member

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    You're gonna put a dog in the peddle-boat? So, yourself, a dog, decoys, blind bag, gun, a blind on top...anything else?

    Are you using this in a small pond in the back yard or somewhere with a fair amount of distance to cover? How does the peddle-boat work in shallow muddy/weedy water? Is there a current you'd have to peddle against? Wind? Won't the thing try to go in circles with only one guy peddling on one side?
     
  2. Will Hunt

    Will Hunt Refuge Member

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    Yes I’d put my dog and all that other crap in there ALONG WITH another hunter. I’m no peddle boat expert, but the one I just googled has an 800 pound capacity. No I wouldn’t use one if I had any serious ground to cover, or in a river with current. You know some people do have private property to hunt. Duck hunting boats aren’t a one size fits all type of deal, I have 9 boats in my pole barn, 4 specifically for duck hunting, no peddle boat yet though.
     
  3. warrenwaterfowler

    warrenwaterfowler Senior Refuge Member

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    Just wondered. Have fun on your dorky boat. If I had 9 boats, you'd think there was a canoe, kayak, or small Jon that would do the trick in there somewhere.
     
  4. duck dawg

    duck dawg Senior Refuge Member

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    I thought this thread was about duck boats not dork boats. lol
     
  5. warrenwaterfowler

    warrenwaterfowler Senior Refuge Member

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    I got a rash on my crotch just thinking about peddling that thing wearing waders and layered up for duck hunting
     

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