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    Default Want a new squirtgun but need some opinions please

    I have had a couple of flats and wonder if there are any semi V hull jets that could take a bit of rough water. I go out on the Colorado north of Yuma, Hidden shores/Martinez. Its fine most of the time but middle of the day on weekends there can be quite a bit of traffic, any suggestions on a specific hull I might want to consider???

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    Ya can't go wrong with a Gullwing
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    What he said!!!

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    19' Hallett can chew up big water and still haul, plenty of cockpit space too !! Still a big fan the 19' Rogers and CP though!!

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    20' aluminum river sled squirt boat. Comfort, room, heater for winter boating!!!
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    19' gullwing, bbc, dominator pump.
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    Thanks for the replies with the exception of that Iron Annie fishing boat If you guys see anything on craigs or anywhere would appreciate a link!!! I can cover Phoenix, SD, LA, LV and in between if its a good boat. TY

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    xhey you wanted options, I gave you an option. 4x4 squirter I thought was a good all around option......these are a kick in the pants with a big block, runnin up river, shootn the rapids and climbing waterfalls!!! Haha good luck in your search!!!
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    @dfyduck Even if I lived up in your neck of the woods I would look for a sprint boat. In fact I saw one last year that would be great fun, little 16-17 footer with a small block and a jet. But I know those aluminium boats are great fun and popular up north.

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    Heater would be nice but the OP lives in Arizona. He needs an air conditioner............ I'll have to vote for the 19 GW but I'm biased.
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    What's up with all of these suggestions???
    The OP mentioned busy weekends on the river. All of these will require you wear a kidney belt

    Except the fishin boat, but that's all wrong for what he's looking for.

    I have a Rogers and love it, however I never take it out when it's busy cause it hurts my insides when I do


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    Quote Originally Posted by AZsquirtgun View Post
    I have had a couple of flats and wonder if there are any semi V hull jets that could take a bit of rough water. I go out on the Colorado north of Yuma, Hidden shores/Martinez. Its fine most of the time but middle of the day on weekends there can be quite a bit of traffic, any suggestions on a specific hull I might want to consider???
    Unless you specifically want a jet, have you considered one of the V bottom, V-drives?
    They actually ride pretty well for their size and run well too.

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