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FAQs Q. Am I only covered in the state where I reside and purchase my policy? Am I only covered while hunting, hiking or camping?
What's Not Covered Accidents that happen while you are working. Check it out before you buy yours. Seasoned hunters know that not all ducks flock in the same areas. Well, not all waterfowl flock in the same waters. For example, if you hunt in bigger water, then you should opt for a bigger boat that can handle the waves appropriately.
Along with thinking of size, you should also consider the type of boat you want. There are two main types of boat duck hunters typically consider shallow mud motors and outboards. Coming in long-tail and short-tail versions, shallow mud motors are a game-changer. Mud motors give you the option of going in shallow waters without clogging the intake full of debris. Long tails are also fantastic at getting you across vegetation and through marshes, as the shaft and prop can lift during operation.
Short tails are simple to handle as they can maneuver through obstacles with ease. These are also great boats for hunters that like to fish as well.
Outboards don't do well in shallow water, mainly if that water are full of muck or other debris. That's because outboards are water-cooled. They circulate lake water that's pulled in through an intake tube on the lower unit and then eject it through another tube.
However, if you only hunt in deep waters, they are best equipped for the job. Once you have a better idea of what duck you plan on hunting, then it will be easier to find the right type of boat you want.
Another essential factor you should consider before buying a duck hunting boat is the amount of cargo you will carry. Most likely you will carry decoys, duck hunting dogs , firearms, and other gear. Not to mention the other hunters you will bring along for the ride. One of the best parts of having a boat is having the ability to transport all of your gear without any of the hassles.
Imagine carrying hundreds of decoys to and from the site quickly. That fantasy will be your reality with a duck hunting boat.
Whichever type of boat you choose, you can rest assured knowing that it will do a lot of the heavy lifting.