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    Our Buddy Pete (Transomstand) has that one beat.
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    You sure that is real Bud. I don't see no bunny.

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    No sparkling wiggles in here, only dump truck grinches.

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    big boat with bravos, I wonder if they still worked when it landed?

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    Randy if you look real close just in front of the motor. You will notice the Bunny's ears. One is standing up with its tip bent over the other is laid out flat. He is crouched down scared to death shivering with Fear.

    Quote Originally Posted by rock View Post
    You sure that is real Bud. I don't see no bunny.

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    Love that video...Apache has such a great attitude running through that.
    The best way to predict the future is to invent it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZMIDLYF View Post
    Love that video...Apache has such a great attitude running through that.
    right up to they launch it
    2 boats in that vid, one called apache needs a little water in the front ballast tank?
    Warpath was maybe a touch heavy in the bow or had some tab down?

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    You can see Warpath has tabs down and Apache is trimmed out and bow light.
    The best way to predict the future is to invent it...

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    Key West Harbor is calm(er) water, until you exit & follow the race course into open water. Many have died and/or been injured over the years, as they leave the calm, and enter the rough, which includes a very large "hole" type crater bottom thats out aways, and that the surface water radically changes on, for the worse. If you don't keep track of where that hole is, and alter your trims, etc., when your on top of it, you can get into some serious trouble fast. Older 41 Apache video, but a good one... Hard to believe, but the 43, 45, & 47, were/are even better in the rough. Enjoy. https://youtu.be/9pDV7vHF2G4

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    I have a small Yamaha NOT a small Johnson

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    The best way to predict the future is to invent it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by powerabout View Post
    Warpath, nice air then a bad takeoff
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGBFD6oSjM0
    that's the exact video I was thinking of, all they had to do was have a big ole 50-60 sportfish hooked up and come in like a slolum skier and nail it just prior to hitting the monster wake. all I know is I'd never try that in a cat.
    most overnite successes usually take at least 10 years


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    Quote Originally Posted by FUJIMO View Post
    Many have died and/or been injured over the years, as they leave the calm, and enter the rough, which includes a very large "hole" type crater bottom thats out aways, and that the surface water radically changes on, for the worse. If you don't keep track of where that hole is, and alter your trims, etc., when your on top of it, you can get into some serious trouble fast. https://youtu.be/9pDV7vHF2G4
    as a professional mariner in my early career days I picked up on old sailors terms, one of which is,,," still waters run deep " sounds to me like there's a "hump" out there causing an change in bottom currents to cause a change in surface conditions. fun out
    most overnite successes usually take at least 10 years


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