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  1. Member
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    #21
    Quote Originally Posted by Tx 201 View Post
    Some are wetter than others! I have a Cobra 201 very similar in style as the LE and Alpha, brother has a Triton. Much easier to stay dry in the Triton, but not impossible in the Cobra. You definately have to drive it more aggressively while making turns in rough water, slow down and let a wave hit that flat side of the boat and you will get wet! Stay in it and make the turn and then come off pad, you will stay pretty dry. Tritons and Skeeters have somewhat rounded sides and the waves don't cause as much spray as they do hitting a flat surface.
    It is not possible to stay dry with cross winds in any bass boat!
    2016 Legend V20 DC
    Mercury 250 Pro XS
    SN #2B124385 Model #1251P73BD.
    12" Bobs hydraulic JP
    68 gps, tourney loaded, full gear, full tank.
    Croxton worked 3 blade 24P fury, 0 plugs.
    Seastar Teleflex Pro Hydraulic steering.
    (2) BT 10' white Talons.
    Merc monitor.
    MK Ultrex 112lb 36v TM.
    Dual Lowrance HDS 9 touch gen3 at console.
    Single Lowrance HDS 12 touch gen3 at bow.
    LSS2 transducer

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    #22
    Quote Originally Posted by oiltech09 View Post
    Respectfully disagree, I own and have owned Triton, several Bullets and tin hulls. This V21 is the wettest ride I have ever owned.
    What I'm saying is there is no possible way to stay dry with a cross wind and rough water in a bass boat! There is just no way to keep the spray from hitting you. I don't care if you're in a ranger, basscat, champion, legend or what. It's just impossible. The boat is going to push the water out away from the boat the wind will pick up the sprat and you will get wet! Now, with absolutely no wind yes there are dry rides and my V20 is one of them but you add cross wind a it's a different story.
    2016 Legend V20 DC
    Mercury 250 Pro XS
    SN #2B124385 Model #1251P73BD.
    12" Bobs hydraulic JP
    68 gps, tourney loaded, full gear, full tank.
    Croxton worked 3 blade 24P fury, 0 plugs.
    Seastar Teleflex Pro Hydraulic steering.
    (2) BT 10' white Talons.
    Merc monitor.
    MK Ultrex 112lb 36v TM.
    Dual Lowrance HDS 9 touch gen3 at console.
    Single Lowrance HDS 12 touch gen3 at bow.
    LSS2 transducer

  3. Member
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    Apr 2006
    Location
    Ontario
    Posts
    1,064
    #23
    Finally got to run one of the 3 props.

    24p fury 3 blade would only run 64mph. Hole shot is rocket fast though.

    Rpms were 6400-6700. So right in the power band. Played with jack plate (hydrolic) and trim. Only made 2mph difference before toping our at 64mph

    Great fishing prop, but not best for speed on my boat.

    Hope to try the others next weekend.

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