6/18/14 @ 8:07 PM
6/23/14 @ 8:04 AM
Hate 'em... Nothing worse than trying to enjoy some pre-dawn peace and quiet when those things start growling their way across the marshes. They do wonders to start a mass duck exodus out of the marsh well before shooting time. Time brings changes, but that doesn't mean I need to like it!
6/21/14 @ 11:47 AM
I've got a 9 horse Go-Devil...Sat idiol in the 2012 season cause of low water issues and used a duck skiff....Last year, took it out 3 times....Something about a duck skiff in the morning, calm water, zig zagging among the cattails and getting to places where your not bothered by a mud motor...you don't have to worry about firing it up to get a downed bird, taking the blind down on it, won't start issues, etc...I can see guys on the Mississippi or any river system that would use them for far travels..Give me a skiff anyday......
6/19/14 @ 7:36 AM
6/19/14 @ 5:54 AM
6/18/14 @ 9:54 PM
I'm on my third mud motor, even looking into buying a frame and building #4 for the skiff. It's a great tool to have in the arsenal. Again, when used properly tho. Some people do give them a bad rap. Its Just like how SOME people feel about guns, because of how SOME have used them. Same goes for mud motors... I don't think I would hunt half the places I do, if I didn't have one? And it's not all about getting to a better spot to hunt, that a outboard cant. A lot of times, It's just nice to be able to get away from the crowded areas.