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Coldwater Crappie Guy

Favorite seat in a wheel house

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I have two swiveling boat seats, absolutely the way to go smile

I can pop them out and move them in no time, and they take up very little room.

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My couch is the best but an office chair that can roll from hole to hole is a close second. I tried the boat seats but didn't like that much, to each their own.

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Ultimately my favorite seat is the one closest to the heater, if not available and if the house can handle ....a nice cushy office chair that has rollers, can spring back and forth, and turn.

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+1 office chair

I agree an office chair would be the best if you have the room for it.

It would be way to bulky in my shack though frown

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+1 office chair

I have used swivel office chairs for 18 years starting in my skid house on Mille Lacs to my wheel house. They also rock and recline! Got them for next to nothing many years ago. I don't get "bucket butt" in them as bad as a metal folding chair or similar.

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Office Chair work awesome you can tilt them forward for when fishing and looking down the hole and looking at your electronics. Then in the evening if watching TV or whatever you can tilt it backwards a bit for the lounging effect. I tried an camp fold up chair but they leave you constantly straining forward when fishing. Can't beat it when having a cold one or watching tv but not the most comfortable to fish out of.

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