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  The decision is made
  Posted by: Dannis on Jan-15-12 11:00 AM (EST)
 

-- Last Updated: Jan-15-12 11:12 AM EST --

Well, looks like i'm going to go ahead and buy the solo plus. Although it's going to be about $2200 or so all in, $240 freight through a dealer and then taxes. Main reason for wanting a composite are the improved entry and exit lines. If i'm trolling around looking for deep walleye i want the hull to be as efficient as possible. Thanks for all the comments though.

My concern about the novacraft is there traditional rounded ends look as though they might catch wind on a lake. Other than that the dealers for them are 2 hours away compared with the wenonah dealer being only an hour away. But the PAL does look like it would do the job quite well.


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