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Old 10-08-2015   #11
 
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Here is a photo of my brother's and a buddy's snouts on the grand. Bring all your toys!

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Old 10-08-2015   #12
 
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Here is a photo of my brother's and a buddy's snouts on the grand. Bring all your toys!
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Here's mine. I swear by em.

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Old 10-08-2015   #14
 
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That'd be awesome for the Yukon river. What are sweeps?

Uncle Google taught me about sweeps just now. That would be a blast.
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Are guiding these big snouts any fun? I understand they can carry a lot, but I'd rather be rowing a raft, and let my buddies take care of the snout. :P
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Daairguy,
They're basically a giant paddle boat without the pesky Lilly dippers.
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They're basically a giant paddle boat without the pesky Lilly dippers.
....and the sense of accomplishment.
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Hey Yardsells,

Are those military pontoons? Year?
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Here's mine. I swear by em.

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Nice 'Swamper seat' there on the back left!! Do you have a back rest for it?
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Nice 'Swamper seat' there on the back left!! Do you have a back rest for it?
Sorry back right...
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