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What's the best bait boat

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I have a Microcat it's great low to the water so good in choppy water (make sure you have battery covers on ),  it's fast but its big and heavy , I wouldn't personally buy one with props 

Procat I thinks is a bit small , Technicat seems about right 

Their is another boat around the£300 mark made in the U.K. and easily accessible inside but then ame escapes me ,the write ups I have read all seem positive.

Don't listen to the Never use one brigade they have no idea what some people actually use them for.

 

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Best baitboat is a broad spectrum question, every owner/user will have a different opinion from the next. I have the Angling Technics Procat which suits my needs. A pal of mine has a boat, name forgotten, that resembles a cross channel ferry......It suits his needs.

Enough said?

Ian

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On 2017-6-17 at 12:43, dayvid said:

 

Their is another boat around the£300 mark made in the U.K. and easily accessible inside but the name escapes me ,the write ups I have read all seem positive.

 

Lake Reaper - great little boats at a sensible price.

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Lake Reaper reads well, and if I had more use for a Baitboat I guess I would be ordering one. But "my" water, and most of the others I fish locally, don't allow them. So on the basis that I will only use one when I go on holiday to France, my little old cheap jobbie serves me well!!

As an aside, with only just over a week to go before this years trip I have started sorting all my gear out. I took HMS Gonads out of her dry dock over the week-end and tried her out. Started up first time, batteries still holding charge from last years trip, she's as sweet as a nut and ready to go into action. Little bit of dried weed around one of the propeller shafts, but other than that good to go. Just need to swab the decks a little. Due to the way the bait hopper works on her, it doesn't always empty completely when using particle mixes. Fine if you are sending out dry stuff like boilies etc. but sticky stuff leaves a residue. A quick wipe over under a running tap and she's as good as new. Seriously, best £60.00 I've ever spent on fishing gear. Seriously.

 

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