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Old 07-23-2004, 03:15 PM
Doc Duprey Doc Duprey is offline
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A more secure casting platform...

Any suggestions for a knee brace or other type of support to make a casting platform on the bow of a center console more secure and stable in a chop? Something like the braces you often see in a drift boat?

Thanks in advance!

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