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  1. #41
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    Re: Momarsh FatboyDP duck boat review

    Quote Originally Posted by f350ps View Post
    Nice lookin punts, ya better hope it don't get too ugly or yer gonna get the pucker effect. Go to bed Bob! K

    Ohh if it gets to ugly I'll just jump out and stand up lol

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    Re: Momarsh FatboyDP duck boat review

    Nice looking Fatboys boys! If work wasn't so hectic I'd try and make it over for a shoot.

    Quote Originally Posted by Crazy_Farmer View Post
    Here they are. Alot bigger then we thought they'd be. Which is a big plus, room for motor/decoys/dog everything.

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    Re: Momarsh FatboyDP duck boat review

    Quote Originally Posted by Marc View Post
    We've been having such great success this fall hunting the fields I only managed to get the MomarshDP out twice this season. I was a bit concerned that the dog may have outgrown his cockpit but there is still sufficient room for him to lay down comfortably.

    This is definitely a great little boat to hunker down where there is scarce cover in a marsh, estuary, flooded field, or swamp. I had planned on setting up for Bluebills this fall with it but work got in the way. Hopefully next year.





    In the next picture you can make out my ball cap, the following picture is a blow up section of the same picture showing the dog hunkered down behind me. The MomarshDP with it's low profile pretty much disappears with a bit of matching the cover with it's surroundings.





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    GREAT LOOKING setup. How long did it take you to grass the whole thing up? I am going to be driving through MO here in the future on my way to WA and thought I may just pick one up my self. What kind of decoys are those in the picture? Could you post some pictures specifically on the door hinges and the transom. I think I may save a few bucks and make my own but wanted to see how yours was designed. Thanks in advance for the information.

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    Re: Momarsh FatboyDP duck boat review

    Quote Originally Posted by eriecutemoutfitters View Post
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    GREAT LOOKING setup. How long did it take you to grass the whole thing up? I am going to be driving through MO here in the future on my way to WA and thought I may just pick one up my self. What kind of decoys are those in the picture? Could you post some pictures specifically on the door hinges and the transom. I think I may save a few bucks and make my own but wanted to see how yours was designed. Thanks in advance for the information.
    First off sorry for taking so long to reply.

    It doesn't take long to grass it up as you're using the vegetation from your surroundings. I usually only grass the boat up maybe once or twice per season then it's just add when cover is looking a little thin.

    It pays to get the deck cover that is Max HD camo pattern with webbing to secure grass / bushes too.

    The decoys are Dakota X-treme mallard decoys and the pintails are GHG's.



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    Re: Momarsh FatboyDP duck boat review

    Great looking duck boat, I cant wait until I get mind should be in about 2 weeks I should have it all put together by Oct 15 opening day on ducks and geese down here in Washington state.
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    Re: Momarsh FatboyDP duck boat review

    Oh yeah this looks like the ticket! Nice rig Marc
    There is almost nothing we can do without being extorted by various levels of government. If you still think you're free, you are deluding yourself. We are just free-ranging humans living on a tax farm.

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    Re: Momarsh FatboyDP duck boat review

    Looks like a real good setup. I'm looking at possibly picking one up. Do you still have this boat? How has it been performing? Anything you don't like about it? Have you had it out for divers and how did it work? Cheers.

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    Re: Momarsh FatboyDP duck boat review

    Hey Marc when you are sitting in the DP can you reach over the side to retrieve your birds or is it too wide?
    There is almost nothing we can do without being extorted by various levels of government. If you still think you're free, you are deluding yourself. We are just free-ranging humans living on a tax farm.

    "Wannabe hunters, green on the outside, red on the inside" - DANA

    If you don't have a seat at the table then you are probably on the menu!

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