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    Thank you all and play nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 300Sniper View Post
    All the guys out of Quebec on Lake Ontario have Princecrafts, for that reason alone I would never buy one.....
    The Quebec border is a long way from L. Ontario?
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    A good friend has a prince craft and I have a Lund. We both think we have the better boat. I really do believe the Lund will hold its value better. Both good fishing boats

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bushmoose View Post
    The Quebec border is a long way from L. Ontario?
    There is a stereotype regarding Quebecers and trolling on Lake Ontario. It includes ramp etiquette, forcing other boats to maneuver while trolling, etc etc.

    I would like to add that I have encountered many ignorant English speaking lake O fishermen. Lots of water out there folks.

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    Now in terms of Lund and Princecraft.

    I have 2 friends with 172 princes. They ride big for the length. Nice high sides.

    Another friend just purchased a Lund 208 Tyee GL. I have yet to get on that boat. I hope it's soon!

    I believe both brands make quality boats.

    I have a Kingfisher. I bought based on layout. I pretty well exclusively troll. I liked the room at the transom. I don't need a big casting deck.

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    Princecraft showing transom and a big BOQ eye.

    Kingfisher with a Bonnet king

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    Quote Originally Posted by 300Sniper View Post
    I don't like the reputation of the Quebec fisherman out on lake Ontario and would not want to be associated with them
    Out fished ya huh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bushmoose View Post
    Out fished ya huh?
    Clearly you have no idea
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    Looks like you should feed that poor lab, he looks hungry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chesapeake View Post
    Now in terms of Lund and Princecraft.

    I have 2 friends with 172 princes. They ride big for the length. Nice high sides.

    Another friend just purchased a Lund 208 Tyee GL. I have yet to get on that boat. I hope it's soon!

    I believe both brands make quality boats.

    I have a Kingfisher. I bought based on layout. I pretty well exclusively troll. I liked the room at the transom. I don't need a big casting deck.

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    Kingfisher!!! I saw those for the first time AFTER I bought my Lund and was very impressed. They look like tanks (in a good way).
    I really liked the styling of the Kingfisher. Some people might say it looks more like a commercial fishing boat with the diamond plate rather than the carpeting in the Lunds and Princecrafts but that would make it easy to clean.
    Care to share your experience with the Kingfisher? Do you use it as a multi species boat or strictly big water.

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