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    Default Who says Tahiti's aren't whitewater boats?

    you canhear the rocks hitting..ouch!

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    Damn,...... a' little chunky...... LOL.



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    .....no brains, no headaches! LOL!! The sky looks pretty bad too....
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    Liquid courage will do it every time, I would love to see the bottom of that boat!!! LOL
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    LOL he would have been far better off to follow exactly where the tin boat went! Lines make a BIG difference when running shallow and where he made contact on that gravel he was exactly where he shouldnt have been haha (note he was nowhere near following the other boat at that stage )

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    I wonder how many rocks were in the pump when it was all said and done. OUCH!
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    sad part is the boat from what you can see looks pretty clean! I've hit some rocks (by accident) at blythe before, and was nowhere near as happy-go-lucky as this guy. As mentioned before, no brain no headache! lol
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    I sucked up some rocks in my pump on a river bank that looked a lot deeper than I guess it was. I know it was at least 3' deep and still plugged up the pump and the engine started over heating due to lack of water. I guess a rock grate doesn't do the job it's suppose to do.
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