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Gator Trax Gator Hide

Gator Trax Gator Hide

Gator Trax Gator Hide is made to solve a common problem among duck hunters: a high profile in the marsh. Models in 16-foot or 20-foot lengths function as a three- or four-hunter layout blinds, yet still perform as seaworthy craft on open water.

Layout cockpits, complete with adjustable backrests, flip-style doors and adjustable headrests are built into the deck of the boat. Removable deck panels cover the cockpits when not in use by a hunter. Brush pipes hold additional cover to complete the disappearing act of the hunters in the boat.

Contact: Gator Trax, (225) 294-9991, gatortraxboats.com

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