Go Anywhere With The Marsh Rat

Go Anywhere With The Marsh Rat

The Marsh Rat is perfect for the avid waterfowler. It's great for reaching ducks and geese in heavy-cover areas where birds feel safe. Its open floor allows a hunter to get down, achieving a low-profile while the wide cockpit allows for fast pull-ups. Constructed from extremely durable plastic, this boat is fast on the water and stable and it tows great.

Because it's light, the Marsh Rat can even be loaded on a larger boat. Design features include: a "catch ridge" along the deck, stainless steel bow eye, nylon rope handles and flanged edges to shed water. The Marsh Rat is recommended for medium to large hunters in marshes, flooded fields, backwater sloughs and creeks. If you've ever had a long boat trip only to find the spot inaccessible, take a Marsh Rat to get you in the middle of those low-cover wetlands for a great hunt. the Marsh Rat also offers an optional camo layout cover.. The Marsh Rat is not recommended for rough water use.


Contact: Mallard Marine, (503) 771-7720; www.mallardmarine.com.



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