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Walleye Rig

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Here is a walleye rig to die for. Blow them bass guys right off the lake grin

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Actually got this in an email. But sure would be quite a wild ride.

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2,000 HP Outboard Inflatable...

Here's the latest drug runner toy from Europe ...

This thing belts across the English channel 3 times per week and was just a blur

on the radar of the British Coast Guard. They were so astonished by the speed

of the unknown craft, they brought in a special high speed helicopter to chase

it. Drugs were found on board. Of course, you'd have to be on drugs to put the

throttle down on this rig.

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holy Crep that is one heck of drug runner opps not NE more

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I would think it would just skip right across when you just have the props in the water.....

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typical moronic druggie.. They could have done a [PoorWordUsage] of a lot better that that.

All it needs is some 26" gold plated spinner wheels and a 400 decibel subwoofer

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I saw that thing in an email a few years ago. Check out the size of the fuel lines on the left side of the boat.

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Probably needs to be more powerful. They need to upgrade it to the 300HP engines (after all, they did get caught). Or just use a jet engine, that would probably save on fuel costs.

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The US Coast Guard uses something similar. I've seen them in a couple of CG ports. It's a Zodiac, with cabin, with twin 225's. I've seem 'em zipping across the horizon of Lake Michigan and they really scoot. Right across the tops of the waves. Can't imagine what 8x250 would run. Amazing they don't tear the tail outta that dinghy! Definitely rip 'em a new transom!

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