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    My new toy,22ft sea sport photo.jpg

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    Congrats, she's looks wicked good!
    Bet you can't wait to get her out and rip some lips.
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    Very nice.....congrats...!!!
    Sheep hunting...... the pain goes away, but the stupidity remains...!!!

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    Going out this week, see if we can haul some bugs

    Quote Originally Posted by bkmail View Post
    Congrats, she's looks wicked good!
    Bet you can't wait to get her out and rip some lips.
    BK

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    I hope your not trying to pass that boat off as a DE boat ??? Its noway near a DE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by potbuilder View Post
    I hope your not trying to pass that boat off as a DE boat ??? Its noway near a DE.
    its a boat name, I think
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    Although not a traditional Commercial DE boat, I lived for a while in the the Eastport, Quoddy Village, Charlotte area, and have seen a couple similar here and there (but true, not many), I just had my 17' Lund to chase sea ducks in the back bays of Cobscook. Nice looking boat DEMainah, good luck!

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    Well if its the boat name then i apologize for my outburst !!

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    How many ponys on back?

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    Grew up in Washington county,175hp, just got home from a 3 day trip in PWS and won't she go!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MUTTLEY View Post
    Although not a traditional Commercial DE boat, I lived for a while in the the Eastport, Quoddy Village, Charlotte area, and have seen a couple similar here and there (but true, not many), I just had my 17' Lund to chase sea ducks in the back bays of Cobscook. Nice looking boat DEMainah, good luck!

    All my family hails from Eastport. Still have some that live in Quoddy Village. Small world. I shot a lot of ducks on Cobscook bay out of Lubec.

    Bub, its gonna be a good summer.

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