New Boat Model-Need Help with a Name!

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  1. BDD

    BDD Active Member

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    Ding, Ding, Ding, that is a clear winner by far and nothing else comes close but...I like to be respectful of everyone and I might get more poor ratings from a certain NFO aficionado.

    Still, it might be worth it...have to think. The other names worth considering at this point are Flintstone and Freestone.
     
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    Freestone Not to be confused with freestoneangler

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    Ok, how about the "NAS 88".

    Then, let the internet rumors fly about what "NAS" stands for, lol! It could be the first in a whole line of "NAS" boats. Or, each boat could be slightly different: "BTS" (better than Scadden) or DNS (definitely not Scadden) or "NAFS", etc.

    But, you might want to consult an attorney first...
     
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    A pic or two of you landing 150# tarpon while kicking around the jungles of Costa Rica in the NAS88 might be a good sales tool..... Strictly a business trip, for accounting purposes.
     
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    PT I think the pic should be fighting a 20# Steelhead while drifting through some class 5 rapids just maneuvering with your fins.:)
    jesse
     
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    Or how about something like CR88 for this Mini-raft which would stand for Catchercraft Raft 8'8" and for your 'toons change the name to CC100 which would stand for Catchercraft Cataraft 10'0" as an example.
     
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    The CatcherCraft OpenWater.


    Opens you up to all types of water.
     
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    Better yet - call it the Moses - it literally splits the water!
     
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    That's not bad...
     
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    Jacks calls it the Mosquito out here. Gnat?
     
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