20 foot Lund Alaskan with walk thru

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20 foot Lund Alaskan with walk thru

20 foot Lund Alaskan with walk thru

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There is no doubt the boats can take it, like it has been said just about everywhere Ive looked and read. The number one rated guide boat out there. I realize it isnt a Pro V, or a Tundra but its not even in that class or price range. Im looking for the most boat for the dollar that is capable of big water and still be able to fish a shallow inland lake. I really would love a Warrior but doubt Ill be able to swing it- even a good used one is a little out there for me. So my next choice is an Alaskan with a walk through. An 18 footer would be better for me but the walk through is only available in a 20(unless possibly a full wind screen could be adapted to an 18) and if that were an option Id sure like to hear about it. Thanks to everyone for their input here, this is one great group of guys! Steve Lambert
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I traveled across Great Slave Lake in a 20 Lund Alaskan during rough seas last September. Thats one of the largest lakes in North America. It was a rough go and we got a bit wet, but it made it in fine shape. That was with 5 people aboard and a ton of gear. Lund-Guide Tested Tough!
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LBDN, Winnebago, Trout, Green Bay, lower, Lake Michigan and numerous inland lakes. Steve Lambert
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Steve, Yes Lunds are great boats but what do you want it for? What is your main objective? David Kuhlmann If you think you can or if you think you cant your right!

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Ive read old posts from various sites from guys saying nothing but good- as long as one knows their limitations. That goes with anything I guess. I just wonder about a 20 inch transom though, my 1650 Fishhawk has a 20 inch transom and Ive been out on Lake Michigan albeit not far out at all and felt confident. I really would love a Warrior and if things work out well Ill buy one but a 20 foot platform for much less coin leaves room(no pun) for extras and upgrades. And its still a Lund and I hear Lunds arent too bad. We will see. Steve Lambert
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Steve - Ive never personaly been in one, but I see ALOT of Duck Hunters using them on Saginaw Bay. Id say thats testiment enough ! Bob Carmichael Bass - a fish for People that cant catch Walleyes !
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Wondering if anyone owns a 20 foot Alaskan and how the boat handles big water with a 20 inch transom. It seems like you get a lot of boat for the buck but what about bigger waves? Steve Lambert
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