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    Default Camoclad...

    I posted this in the boat mod forum, but figure I may get some good info here, too.

    Has anyone used camoclad on a duck boat? I looked at getting some of the permanent vs. the removable because I figure it'd be more durable. How hard was it to put on? How tough is it? Any regrets/recommendations?

    Thanks!

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    Dont bother...lot of work on an aluminum boat and nothing good quality spray paint cant fix for duckhunting..my 2 cents

    Quote Originally Posted by DucksAndDogs View Post
    I posted this in the boat mod forum, but figure I may get some good info here, too.

    Has anyone used camoclad on a duck boat? I looked at getting some of the permanent vs. the removable because I figure it'd be more durable. How hard was it to put on? How tough is it? Any regrets/recommendations?

    Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DucksAndDogs View Post
    I posted this in the boat mod forum, but figure I may get some good info here, too.

    Has anyone used camoclad on a duck boat? I looked at getting some of the permanent vs. the removable because I figure it'd be more durable. How hard was it to put on? How tough is it? Any regrets/recommendations?

    Thanks!
    We have had better luck with Camo4u - http://www.camo4u.com

    They have all the main Realtree and Mossy Oak Patterns... Camoclad doesn't offer those any more...

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    Quote Originally Posted by grizzlyhunter View Post
    We have had better luck with Camo4u - http://www.camo4u.com

    They have all the main Realtree and Mossy Oak Patterns... Camoclad doesn't offer those any more...

    I'm actually looking for NatGear...

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    Send email to Tonia at above adress. She handles all brands and types. Some heavier and tougher then others. I bought mine from her, she sent her own instructions which were very helpful. Great gal, very helpful. Fast service and easy to put on. I did mine one afternoon by myself. Would be easier with a helper. Don't try to do too big of strips, shorter is easier and seams are not noticeable. Budboat1.jpg
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    Bud, nice job, looks like a portable duckblind..I like it.
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    Its too big a gaudy to hunt from, JMO, just wanted to decorate it up so it looked like a hunters boat. New paint already scrapped up in several places. Thank you, Bud
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    I think I may hold off on the camoclad, this year. I've still got to put a blind on the boat and I've only got the next 2 weeks to get it ready. When I get home from the slope next time, it'll be duck season so I'll want to be out hunting vs. in the garage putting camo on the boat. My parents are coming to town this time home, so I'm losing a week that I need to be getting stuff ready. Sounds like it'll be a good winter project since the boat will be stored in a heated garage.

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