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Re: BEST FISHING VEHICLE?

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its not my Dodge Ram.

I love it as a truck - 4x4, crew cab, Cummins diesel, but it sucks as a fishing vehicle. No cap since I have a fifth wheel so rods have to be taken down or stuck out the back window. No locking cover so storage is not secure. I can sleep across the backseat though. Its too wide and too high, always seem to be scratching it with limbs. Stiff suspension rides like a rock sled on back roads (especially when i forget to deflate the air bags)

Hopefully i can park it later this summer and keep it for towing then buy a used FJ Cruiser, they seem like a good hunting/fishing vehicle. My plan after i buy one is to wash and wax it, slap on a bunch of decals and never wash it again :)

Posted on: 2011/1/13 15:39
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Re: BEST FISHING VEHICLE?

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Bobby P. has a Quigly van, made here in pa. they do motor home conversions as well as vans. used to be 5 of them on the beach. My uncle smokie from toms river has one. theres a large motor home down at the jetty all the time all done up with diamond plate. goy's name if Allen used to meet him there to fish jetty. I think its 34 feet long.

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Re: BEST FISHING VEHICLE?

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if money were no object for me,

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Re: BEST FISHING VEHICLE?

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here's the link in case anyone wants to go shopping
http://sportsmobile.com/ultimate.html

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05 Sable hahahahahaha What a dorky car. Can talk too much trash on it- made a 13K mile fly fishing trip without fail.

$4 gas by Memorial Day

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Re: BEST FISHING VEHICLE?

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When I hit the lottery this is what I'll be taking. Anyone who would like to reserve their spot in advance can PM me.

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Posted on: 2011/1/14 9:53
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Re: BEST FISHING VEHICLE?

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The jeep has yet to fail me. I wish it had more space, but it's a pretty sweet fishin' vehicle. It would be perfect if I had something with better gas mileage for general use. Hopefully that'll be happening before gas skyrockets.

Posted on: 2011/1/14 10:09


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Quote:

jayL wrote:
The jeep has yet to fail me. I wish it had more space, but it's a pretty sweet fishin' vehicle. It would be perfect if I had something with better gas mileage for general use. Hopefully that'll be happening before gas skyrockets.


I was wondering when you would weigh in. If I was single my no. 1 choice would be a jeep.

Posted on: 2011/1/14 12:37


Re: BEST FISHING VEHICLE?

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@ acristic,

The Busch is waaaayyyy out of place in that car. Fat tire, love that stuff. Used to drink it all the time when I lived in Idaho and other western trips, but I can't get it here. Since then I'd always be on the look out for it. Took a business trip to Denver, and on the way home I got a case and it flew as my carry-on bag, hehe. A few months later, my wife went to a conference in Phoenix, and did the same; totally shocked me when I picked her up at the airport and she walks out carrying a case. She's a keeper, lol.

Now the airlines have those stupid liquid laws. Sucks too, I was in San Fran last winter for a conference and coulda brought more home. I got the case, but had to finish it off in the hotel room. That was a rough night.

@ Justfish,

Got a way to land that thing in the woods? Or are we droppin a rope?

Posted on: 2011/1/14 12:47


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pat,

I've seen fat tire at specialty shops like the foodery in Philly (if I remember correctly).

It's probably $4 a bottle, though.

Moose drool is amazing. Love it.

Posted on: 2011/1/14 12:51


Re: BEST FISHING VEHICLE?

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really? Last I knew it wasn't on the PA approved list of beers. Yeah, such a thing actually exists.

http://www.lcbapps.lcb.state.pa.us/we ... &strSrch=All&strSrchData=

Can't sell anything not on the list.....

I'm on a Smithwick's kick right now, Ireland put me in that kick.

Posted on: 2011/1/14 12:56


Re: BEST FISHING VEHICLE?

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Hmm. Perhaps I am remembering it wrong. Very possible. The foodery has a few hundred individual beers.

Perhaps I saw it in delaware.

Posted on: 2011/1/14 12:57


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@ Justfish,

Got a way to land that thing in the woods? Or are we droppin a rope?


If there isn't a field close by we'll rope in or land on a road. Only rule I have for roping in is I am the one that screams GO GO GO GO GO GO GO to all the guys roping out.

@ Jay, you should've gotten a 4 door jeep.

Posted on: 2011/1/14 13:03
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Re: BEST FISHING VEHICLE?

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Only problem with ropin in, is that its very easy to get there, but not so easy to get out.....

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Re: BEST FISHING VEHICLE?

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@ Jay, you should've gotten a 4 door jeep.


Budget wouldn't have it.

Posted on: 2011/1/14 13:32



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