PostHeaderIcon Pelican Bass Boat Review – Series 2

The 10e Pelican Bass Boat- Reasonably priced in a tight light package

Pros: Unbelievably light, reasonably priced, turns on a dime
Cons: Does not come with the motor and other accessories, Bass Boat Insurance not allowed

I was turned on to this type of boat at an early age, but I really hadn’t thought much of them lately until one of my friends told me about all the places that he could go with bigger boats (shallow, smaller bodies of water). For me, that meant smaller lakes, ponds, in Georgia.

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4 Responses to “Pelican Bass Boat Review – Series 2”

  • Burak says:

    I have been fishing for bass since I was a kid in the ’60 s and I still am liaenrng, everytime I go to the tackle store there are more new lures than you can shake a fishin’ rod at. It is going to depend on what lake you are fishing, etc I would suggest looking online for the fishing reports for the lake you are going to be fishing and see what they are biting and where in the lake the main action is. If you are a novice and want to really catch fish there, hire you a local guide, that is the best way to learn what to do on any particular body of water, especially if you don’t have the time to learn yourself. A fine example is I live near three major bass impoundments, lake Euffalla (us georgia folks reffer to it as lake Walter F. George), lake Blackshear and lake Seminole, they are all within an hour drive or less from me, and fishing those three lakes are as different as night and day, one is shallow and full of hydrilla, one is deep with tons of structure, and one is crowded with homes and docks, and relatively shallow, they all require totally different methods of fishing most of the time. What I do to catch alot of fish at one will not work on the other two ..and never will, each lake has it’s own personality, it’s own character and so do the fish that reside in them. Good luck.

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