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Old 01-22-2010, 09:56 AM
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Any thoughts on a 14 Stumpnocker? I am looking at one in OB that seems like a good deal and a good little river boat. Any help will be appreciated.
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Old 01-22-2010, 12:55 PM
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I had a 1987 "bow steer" for floundering with a 1985 50 johnson. Hands down the best little boat I ever owned. It was like the SUV of boats, sandbars and oyster beds where no match for this little boat. It will beat your teeth out though.
If its a bow steer make certain you wear "tighty whiteys" and not boxers.
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LOL, My " Tighty Whiteys " become boxers by the afternoon.
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Any thoughts on a 14 Stumpnocker? I am looking at one in OB that seems like a good deal and a good little river boat. Any help will be appreciated.

They are made well but are very wet in the least chop. I wouldn't buy one unless you are goint to stay in a bayou the whole time. The same as a carolina skiff.
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Thanks for the comments. I kind of knew it would be a wet/rough ride. I am not aware of any 14 foot skiff that rides well.
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Has anybody else had any experiences with Stumpnocker boats?
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