Best Duck Hunting Boats in 2023
Redleg Camo GK17 4 Piece 17" Duck Boat camo Stencil kit
YakGear Ambush Camo Kayak Cover & Hunting Blind
- Camo cover for kayaks, canoes and jon boats 12 feet to 14 feet long and up to 38 inches wide
- RealTree Max5 camo pattern, Made of rip-stop material to prevent tears
- Rope drawstring allows you to pull the front and back tight to hold against gunwales
- Designed to be used as a shooters blind once at the appropriate location but can also be used when paddling or peddling short distances
- Pre-sewn vegetation straps easily allow for brush to be added on
- material type: Canvas
Auscamotek Duck Blind Material Camo Netting for Bird Hunting Boat Cover Camoflage Nets Dry Grass Pattern 5ftÃ—20ft
- Material: 300D polyester oxford fabric durable quiet with no reflection or chemical smell
- Design: Dry reed grass printing and die cutting through enables vast concealment and clear sight in different hunting surroundings
- Sizes: 5ft×20ft(appro.)/1.5m×6m You may also cut the camoflauge nets into your desire size easily just with a hunting knife
- Many Uses: Duck geese waterfowl hunting blind wrap hunting boat kayak to make portable ground blinds wrap tree stands garden and home decoration
- Suggestion: reducing the time exposure to sunlight and water for maximum lifespan
BoatBuckle G2 Retractable Transom Tie-Down (Black), 1 Pair
- Retractable transom tie-down system for boats
- Each buckle has 2,500-pound breaking strength and 833 pounds safe working load
- Buckle automatically retracts to hold the boat snug to the trailer
- Permanent one-bolt installation; 2-inch seat belt quality polyester web
- Self-ratcheting; simple, one-hand operation. Stainless steel power spring
- 2,500 lb breaking strength each
- 833 lbs safe working load each
- Permanent one-bolt installation
- Self-ratcheting web
- Two-inch seat belt quality polyester web
- Includes 2 tie downs
Redleg Camo GK4 4 Piece Duck Boat camo Stencil kit 14" X 11"
- Precision laser cut from solvent proof 10 mil mylar
- Sturdy, yet flexible enough to get in those hard to reach areas
- Highly detailed to achieve professional results
- 14" X 11" in size. 4 stencils included in kit
Avery Hunting Gear Quick-Set Blind Kit-Btml (14'-16' Boats)
- Friction loc frame constructed of powder-coated fluted aluminum
- Rivnut System to fasten frame together with unmatched strength
- Duramax windblocker create a barrier to keep wind at Bay
- Die-cut Camo provides a coveted 3-D effect
- Netted Camo mimics post-harvest stubbling for added authenticity
Redneck Convent Marsh Push Pole Foot Attachment â€“ 10.5in Boat Pole Metal Marsh Foot Hunting and Fishing Push Pole Attachment
- MOVE QUICKLY AND QUIETLY IN SHALLOW WATER: Use the Redneck Convent Marsh Pole Foot Attachment to help you push your boat through marshes, swamps, and other shallow waters; Ideal for quietly stalking shallow hunting waters for fish and game
- DUCK FOOT DESIGN: 7.5 inch (19 cm) webbed duck foot design features a 3.5 inch (8.9 cm) wide edge with indents to prevent the pole from sinking into mud and muck; Spring-loaded plates create a powerful leverage action to make maneuvering around shallow, thick, and muddy areas easier
- FITS YOUR PUSH POLES: Kayak push pole foot attachment adapts to most 1.25-inch (3.2 cm) diameter poles; Features two holes inside connection bar to attach to a snap button pole or to be permanently bolted to your pole; Use shallow water anchor pole foot attachment with bamboo, metal, or fiberglass push pole
- SELF-CLEANING ACTION: Cleaning your tools can be a headache after a long day on the lake, but these decoy pole duck boat accessories are designed with a smooth finish to avoid build up; Spring-loaded plates open when pushing and closes when pulling to allow water to wash away mud and muck while you move through the water
- BUILT TO LAST: Constructed of durable aluminum plates and stainless-steel spring and hardware, these boat docking pole foot attachments are ideal for harsh weather and water types; Aluminum plates are coated for resistance to rust and corrosion; Pole foot meets SGS regulations
2 Pack Brush Gripper The Harder You Pull The Harder IT Grips! Anchor Your Kayak, Canoe or Boats up to 22 feet. Float Tubes, Fishing, Hunting, Ground Blinds, Camping & More (2 Blue)
- Anchor Securely holding kayaks, canoes, boats, and float tubes to brush, docks, or any other stationary object.
- The harder the current or wind pull against the Brush Gripper, the tighter it grips because of the unique tension design.
- Each Brush Gripper is powder coated for a durable long lasting finish, comes equipped with 9 ft. of 550 paracord. Plus waterproof resealable, reusable bag
- Great for fresh water or salt water
- Made in the USA - Proudly made in Wisconsin.
TotalBoat Aluminum Boat Paint (Army Green, Quart)
- Durable marine paint specifically formulated for aluminum & galvanized metal boats. Use above or below the waterline.
- Attractive, low-sheen finish won't peel, chip, or fade. Resists abrasion, chemicals, and prevents corrosion
- Apply directly to metal by brush, roller, or spray. No primer necessary
- , chromate-free formula features excellent adhesion, low odor, and simple soap & water cleanup
- Available in Army Green, Earth Brown, Khaki, Black, White, & Light Gray. Coverage: 80-100 sq. ft. per quart.
Beavertail 2000 Series 400223 Stealth Duck Hunting Boat Motor Mount
A Duck Boat Ride in Boston
This article tells of the author's enjoyable ride on one of Boston's famous "Duck Boats."
The "duck boats" travel on both land and water and come in a variety of colors. They have even been used by the New England Patriots, Boston Red Sox and Boston Celtics after their championship wins. The players of each team, along with family members and administrative personnel, board the duck boats and parade through Boston as fans throng the streets eager to catch a glimpse of their winning team! In 2004, after the Boston Red Sox won the World Series, the duck boats traveled from Fenway Park through the heart of Boston to the Charles River where fans assembled on both sides cheering wildly.
The "duck boats" normally leave from the Prudential Center in Boston. A driver, well versed in the city's history, carefully guides his "boat" along the streets. Our group drove down Boylston Street, past the Boston Common, State House and the new Boston Garden to the Charles River. The "boat" gently descends a ramp into the river where a propeller is lowered into the water. We sailed pass the Museum of Science before traveling beneath the Longfellow Bridge and into the heart of the Charles. After years of driving along the streets of Boston, this view of the city was breathtaking!
On our return to the "Pru", as Bostonians call the Prudential Center, we passed "Cheers" where the television series of the same name conducted some filming. We slowly drove by the Boston Common where many of us observed a statue of a Revolutionary figure on a horse. Many Bostonians believe this to be Paul Revere, but we were told the figure is George Washington. We continued on past Faneuil Hall Marketplace which is a highlight when visiting Boston. There are numerous shops and restaurants here which are visited by not only out-of-towners, but many "locals" as well.
When visiting Boston, be sure you take a "duck boat" ride. Who knows, you could be on the same "boat" one of our great New England football, baseball or basketball players used after winning their championship games!