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    storm bass boats #2955 10/19/09 04:23 PM
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    I use-to live in ft. lauderdal ( dont think i spelled that right ) but anyway. I wanted one of those boats so bad. are those boats still the sh*& in that state.

    Re: storm bass boats [Re: brannon long] #3391 12/19/09 08:09 AM
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    Sory for the delay Brannon. To answer your question Storm Boats are still around and pretty good boats. on Lake Okeechobee every year there is a ghost Goblins tourney just before Halloween with Storm as a sponsor. Tons of Storms on the water.


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    Re: storm bass boats [Re: brannon long] #3419 01/07/10 05:51 AM
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    If you are in the market for the finest boat on the water, then you have made your first step in the right direction.
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    Re: storm bass boats [Re: luke007] #3561 04/02/10 10:29 PM
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    Lot's of deck space for Angler and Co-Angler.

    Re: storm bass boats [Re: Ranger_Bennie] #3942 01/13/11 06:27 AM
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    If it ain't a BassCat, it can't be the finest boat on the Water.


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    Re: storm bass boats [Re: KingwoodCat] #6217 08/21/11 04:08 PM
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    Easy bob. Cat's are nice but I wouldn't say the nicest. They can't even hit 90 mph! Personally when it come to high performance bass boats I like Stroker.


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    Re: storm bass boats [Re: luke007] #6225 08/21/11 07:40 PM
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    How long a rod do the rod lockers carry?


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    Re: storm bass boats [Re: Bob Smith] #6228 08/22/11 11:39 AM
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    I'm pretty sure an 8 foot.


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