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  1. #191
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    [QUOTE=ian ashton;213827]Correct, but I think it's fiberglass?

    Man I'm so jealous! Not sure why they don't all have that option. Looks like you have the right idea with the custom seadek.
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  2. #192
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    Default The countdown begins; my 2013 Outback V...

    Repeat post, whoops
    Last edited by ian ashton; 04-29-2013 at 09:15 PM.

  3. #193
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    On the trailer that thing looks a lot bigger than 20'
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  4. #194
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    Default The countdown begins; my 2013 Outback V...

    The clarity of your water blows my mind. You can see the bottom in the picture of your slip! We had a chair get blown off our boat house deck and it fell in one of the slips in 3 feet of water and the only reason we knew where it was was because about 2 inches of one of the legs was sticking above the water line. You could not see ANY of it below the water line.


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  5. #195
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    David -
    If you ever make it up this way we'll have to take you out on one of the lakes up near Mt St Helens. I used to have ropes with sinking handles when we were skiing (so you don't run them over I guess) and you could literally see them 20-30ft down. Cold water - but clean and clear.

    Ian -
    Boat looks absolutely amazing!
    Old enough to know better, young enough to do it anyway.

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  6. #196
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    Default The countdown begins; my 2013 Outback V...

    Quote Originally Posted by bergermaister View Post
    David -
    If you ever make it up this way we'll have to take you out on one of the lakes up near Mt St Helens. I used to have ropes with sinking handles when we were skiing (so you don't run them over I guess) and you could literally see them 20-30ft down. Cold water - but clean and clear.

    Ian -
    Boat looks absolutely amazing!
    If I ever head up that way I will definitely take you up on that offer.

    The clearest lake I have been on was canyon lake in central Texas and you could see maybe 6-7 ft. 30 ft is crazy!


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  7. #197
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    Default The countdown begins; my 2013 Outback V...

    Torch Lake is pretty clear - Laura's family cottage is on the north end of the lake (about 45 minutes from our house, vs 20 minutes to the marina, which is why I bought the slip instead of leaving it at the cottage). About 30 years ago her grandpa intentionally sunk a row boat right before the "drop off" where the water is about 15' (goes from 15' to about 100' instantly) and its still completely visible.

    It's about 8' in this pic;

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    Quote Originally Posted by ian ashton View Post
    Torch Lake is pretty clear - Laura's family cottage is on the north end of the lake (about 45 minutes from our house, vs 20 minutes to the marina, which is why I bought the slip instead of leaving it at the cottage). About 30 years ago her grandpa intentionally sunk a row boat right before the "drop off" where the water is about 15' (goes from 15' to about 100' instantly) and its still completely visible.

    It's about 8' in this pic;
    ha, that looks like 6 inches deep! crazy.
    David

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  9. #199
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    It would be really strange to be able to SEE all the alligators down below.
    My Mom said I'm not allowed to get wet!
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    My son would be spending every waking minute out there if he could see the fish cruising around like that...
    Old enough to know better, young enough to do it anyway.

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