Headhunter II vs Adipose Flow

Discussion in 'Watercraft' started by Jeff Coria, Jul 17, 2013.

  1. Steezn290

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  2. Jeff Coria

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    Well it's the one I am slotted to buy, soon as I sell my KTM 950 SE. Might have to go to the credit union to expedite the process.


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  3. Luke77

    Luke77 I hope she likes whitefish

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    So jealous! Nice choice Jeff.
     
  4. Jeff Coria

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    Thanks Man, I'm stoked!
     
  5. Ron McNeal

    Ron McNeal Life's good!

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    While you've already made up your mind, this might help you to feel more comfortable with your decision (and help others facing a similar choice):

    http://midcurrent.com/gear/how-to-choose-a-drift-boat-part-ii-adipose-skiff/?utm_source=MidCurrent+Fly+Fishing+Email+Newsletter&utm_campaign=32fb57da6b-Newsletter_July_3_2013&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_8efbf3b958-32fb57da6b-18963713

    I'm not a DB owner, but have fished from Adipose boats. They're really nice to fish from. I'll bet you're really going to like it.
     
  6. Jeff Coria

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    Ok now it's official.


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  7. Jeff Coria

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    Reporting back,

    I'm very happy with the Adipose, the extra room and lay out of the boat is a thing of beauty. Everything was very well thought out. My buddy was set on buying a Pavati, but after one day on the river in mine he was sold and 2 weeks later purchased one as well. Looking back i wish he would of just bought one first. Would of saved me a boat load of money. NO PUN intended. The boat handles well in the shallows, holds well in fast water and the walk around interior. I haven't got to use it as much as I'd like, but thats life, you can see in the first picture we had a wee one on the way and she's now 6 months old. It will be there when I have time to use it and teach my daughter to fish.
    We are making a move from New Mexico to Colorado Springs so I'm looking forward to having new water at my disposal. The majority of the rivers seem to lend themselves over to rafts so I'm on the hunt again. The Adipose should do well on the lakes when the rivers are blowing out this spring.

    Some pictures from when we picked it up and days on the water/fish porn
     

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  8. Mike Ediger

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    Congrats! If I was looking at a glass boat that is the first one I would be looking at!
     
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