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  • Tri Hull boats?

    I don't know much about tri hull boats and I''m curious about their seaworthiness and suitability in salt water. I've seen a couple fiberglass tri hulls available on craigslist/AKlist and I'm looking for something I can fish Seward/Homer/PWS/Lake Louise/Skilak & Kenai Lake with (I'm assuming that a boat with an inboard engine would be a 4 stroke). Not looking to venture too far in the salt water but wanting to troll for silvers and fish halibut.

    So...what's the scoop on tri hull boats?

    Tim

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    Not sure what you are looking at, but my grandfather passed down a 16 foot 1970 crestliner trihull that we used to fish Fort Peck Reservoir in MT. More stable than a V hull. Beats the hockeysticks out of you though...rough rider when the water stands up (did have her out on "peck" in 7-8 footers one scary day.

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    • #3
      Tri Haul boats will beat you to death just lile a flat bottom boat in anykind of chop. Very stable but not so good on the ride side

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      • #4
        You will Pee Blood and compress your Spine in a try hull.
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        www.aluminumalloyboats.com

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        • #5
          Excellent. That's what I wanted to know, thanks.

          Tim

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          • #6
            Originally posted by pacific23 View Post
            You will Pee Blood and compress your Spine in a try hull.
            I thought it was my age, I'm gonna have to check the bottom of the boat:shot:

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