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Boat Cover

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Looking to put a travel cover on my Lund Fisherman and would like to get some input. Would like to know where and who makes the best covers in MN. Thanks in advance for any information.

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Canvas craft. Not cheap but WELL worth it ! I bought a 10 yr. cover18 yrs ago and still get compliments on it . Fits like a glove!!

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I concur with GFNER. I needed a cover when I bought my boat used. I was a bit dismayed when I got the estimate from Canvas Craft. But what I got was well worth the money. Durable, attractive, functional, customized, tight as a drum, aerodynamic, and keeps the boat bone-dry.

But expect to pay between $700 - $1100.

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I bought a snap down travel cover through Lund which was made by Shoremaster Fabrics.I have had it for seven years and it still fits like a glove. Their site has a list of boats they make covers for.

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I can highly recommend North country covers in Crystal. I had a snap down cover made for my 1850 Crestliner this spring. Not cheap at $710 but great quality.

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Canvas craft. Not cheap but WELL worth it ! I bought a 10 yr. cover18 yrs ago and still get compliments on it . Fits like a glove!!

Same here, mine is about 15 years old now. Along with paying a pretty penny, it's not the best time of year as the wait to get it done may be a while. frown

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