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Anteroman - what's your rig ?

Post By: Raskal      Posted: 5/16/2018 5:32:51 AM     Points: 2421    
Love the looks of your fishing setup (toon) rig Mind sharing it's make and make up ?
 Reply by: Anteroman      Posted: 5/16/2018 6:17:56 PM     Points: 3284    

Thanks for that, the way I fish this rig works better for me than anythings else out there. I like this little toon so much I sold my 20' Edgewater with a 200 HP Yamaha on the back, this is less haasle and a lot less work and expense.

Northwest River Supply (NRS) builds the toon, I added a custom motor mount and 2.5 HP 4 stroke Suzuki. I trailer the toon on a small 5'X8" trailer which makes it easy to launch and retrieve. Fuel burn is about 12-15 ounces per outing and it only weighs 30#, a lot less than a battery and NO CHARGING every night.
Hope this helps.
 Reply by: Raskal      Posted: 5/16/2018 8:08:45 PM     Points: 2421    
Thanks Bill ... hope to see you on the water.
 Reply by: ADub TT      Posted: 5/16/2018 8:41:22 PM     Points: 387    
Anteroman Hadley, AKA GigBob Bill!!
Hope to join you in the park soon too! -A
 Reply by: Shoe2      Posted: 5/17/2018 10:13:01 AM     Points: 95    
I see a wheel on the front of the toon. Is that a custom dolly or something else?

 Reply by: Anteroman      Posted: 5/17/2018 10:29:53 PM     Points: 3284    
It's a dolly I built from some garden buggy wheels with a steel axle.
I put the axle under the back two pontoons, strap them on with two bungee's and then just wheel it to the water..
 Reply by: Buck_Wheat      Posted: 5/18/2018 11:48:14 AM     Points: 335    
Anteroman, Do you use an anchor setup when you cut the motor? I have an inflatable Kaboat setup with an old 2hp honda but I have such a shallow draft that I get blown off my spot quite easily.

 Reply by: Anteroman      Posted: 5/19/2018 12:45:56 PM     Points: 3284    
Unlike most of my fish friends, I prefer to slowly move around an area just kicking with the fins until I find some fish or the wind starts to blow, (Over 5-8 mph) then I drop the anchor. I use a 10# dumbell available at most sport shops and Wal-Mart, if that won't hold me it's probably time to head home. My pontoons are flat on the bottom so the boat moves quite easily when the wind starts.