9 ft. Squirt.

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driver06
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9 ft. Squirt.

Postby driver06 » Tue Dec 02, 2014 2:34 pm

I have looked long and hard at my space available for a Squirt and have come to the conclusion it will have to be a 9ft. version. Has anybody built one, or even seen one, please? John.

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Re: 9 ft. Squirt.

Postby Bill Edmundson » Tue Dec 02, 2014 2:46 pm

driver06

I'm sure the boat is good. The question is how big are you? A 20' boat doesn't care if you are 160# or 220#. but, it's a big difference in a 9' boat.

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Re: 9 ft. Squirt.

Postby driver06 » Wed Dec 03, 2014 12:38 am

Hello Bill,
Thanks for the comment.
I am 5ft. 7in. and 145 pounds. my wife is a little smaller so we are hoping we would be OK. Art Atkinsons Squirt seems to work well on U tube but I don't know if he has stretched his to 11ft.
Have you ever seen/heard of a 9ft, Squirt?
John.


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