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Kylersk

The worst part about owning a camper...

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Is I cant take my boat with me when we go camping. I know you can tow a secondary trailer with a 5th wheel, but I'm not quite ready for that....

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Strap a canoe on top of the tow vehicle. I know a canoe isn't as nice as the boat, but it will get you on the water.

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I think canoe would be your best bet, just bring a trolling motor along to speed it up a little. Or one of those blowup boats, personally never fished out of one of those before.

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A canoe, kayak or float tube could possibly be some options.

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When we needed, we use a 14-foot Sears cartopper and push it around with 5.5 Johnson.

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We see alot of people at our camp ground with two vehicles one for the boat and one for the camper.

I would guess with gas prices the number we see will go down.

We did the jon boat thing for a couple of years it worked good on the smaller lakes.

Sifty

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Do a search on Doevetail Loading Systems. They make a loader that will allow you to load and unload a Lund WC14 or similar on your truck.

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Pulling the camper boat combo isn't that tough, just make sure if there is a chance you will have to back up, that you pull in straight. Once you go to the combo you'll never look back (no pun intended)

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