Sunday, June 10, 2012

The Ultimate Flotation for Carp On The Fly?

Flats boat?  Kayak?  Pontoon?  That's not how hard-core rolls.  Introducing the ultimate flotation for carp on the fly. 

The hillbilly flats boat.
With a 6" draft, factory installed safety foam and seating capacity that increases proportionally to your level of intoxication this is going to change everything.


Available soon at the local illegal dumping grounds near you.

14 comments:

  1. Nice! Looks like it comes with a pretty large livewell too.

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    1. Good point, just slop a bucket of water into the bottom and you are good to go!

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  2. "seating capacity that increases proportionally to your level of intoxication"
    I thought they all did that ?
    "here, hold my beer while I come aboard".. a version of the ever-popular Famous Last Words, "here, hold my beer and watch this"..

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    1. I dunno I am picturing 10 drunken dudes piled into a floaating hot-tub and can't quite see the...Oh yeah wait, your right, that pretty much perfecly describes the party boat scene on Lake St. Claire in MI.

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  3. Well, if I was much younger and a stronger swimmer. Actually inventive of them.

    Gregg

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    1. I think them was probably bored teenagers judging by the flavor of the area. Nothing more inventive than bored teenagers.

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  4. I would love to slap a trolling motor on that bad boy and ease into one of the slips down here at the local marina on a crowded weekend.

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    1. Well Ty, I kinda figured they already had them down there. Just what I like to hear, prime un-tapped market. You in for a franchise?

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  5. Funny you should say that. When I first saw this post, I thought "That looks exactly like something you would find down here in Georgia." Good ol' boy ingenuity - can't beat it.

    I am so in for a franchise.

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