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Anyone reviewed two man pontoon boats for still waters and mild rivers?
Want to take elderly man or wife fly fishing, but want ability to use fins, oars or motor.
And make toon into a one man type if no company coming along.
Durability, versatility and value.
 

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You named the exact reason why I bought the Scadden Mackenzie two man. I take my wife in the front seat often (usually in the Yakima or Methow) and I fish the whole time from the rowers seat with my fins. The trout on my avitar was hooked on a foam hopper pounding the riprap while my wife was fishing from the front. When I'm by myself, the frame splits so there is only one seat and it works great in that mode as well. BTW-there is a boat like mine in the classifieds right now! Rick
 
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