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We have started adding a lot of 3 position seat bases to the front of boats at work. It seams to be real popular. I would rather have that than this if your boat has the sub structure to handle it.
 

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Where on the boat would they be used?? Would they replace the low drivers and passengers seat?? Maybe the back row of seats on a bigger semi-v.
Front or back deck. I see a lot of crappie and bream guys using them.
 

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I’ve fished out of Millennials and while much more comfortable, they were too bulky IMO.
I wondered about that in particular, I went ahead and ordered them, haven't got them yet but other brands were $200 more and I love the seats and hunted out them and even fished out them for years. The thing I think might help is to adjust them back further. It looks like that swivel on the center so if I can adjust them on an angle maybe that will give more up front deck room. We'll see. I'm getting them for the wife mainly so she can be in the action up front. I watched a couple last year on Ashbaugh and they were in a john boat with two seats up front and they were graphing crappie and I just thought it was pretty neat to be up there together.
 

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I wondered about that in particular, I went ahead and ordered them, haven't got them yet but other brands were $200 more and I love the seats and hunted out them and even fished out them for years. The thing I think might help is to adjust them back further. It looks like that swivel on the center so if I can adjust them on an angle maybe that will give more up front deck room. We'll see. I'm getting them for the wife mainly so she can be in the action up front. I watched a couple last year on Ashbaugh and they were in a john boat with two seats up front and they were graphing crappie and I just thought it was pretty neat to be up there together.
You can adjust them to a big variety of angles. If you have the deck room and fish two folks regularly it’s the way to go.
 

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I wondered about that in particular, I went ahead and ordered them, haven't got them yet but other brands were $200 more and I love the seats and hunted out them and even fished out them for years. The thing I think might help is to adjust them back further. It looks like that swivel on the center so if I can adjust them on an angle maybe that will give more up front deck room. We'll see. I'm getting them for the wife mainly so she can be in the action up front. I watched a couple last year on Ashbaugh and they were in a john boat with two seats up front and they were graphing crappie and I just thought it was pretty neat to be up there together.
I don’t think you’ll be disappointed, it’s just my opinion.
 

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It takes some getting used to, sitting over by edge of the boat. I wished they had a wider base under the seats to keep them from being a little tipsy but that would limit the amount of adjustability of the setup.
You'll get used to it pretty quick and it's nice having your padna up front so they can't claim you gar-holed them, in the back of the boat.
 

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It takes some getting used to, sitting over by edge of the boat. I wished they had a wider base under the seats to keep them from being a little tipsy but that would limit the amount of adjustability of the setup.
You'll get used to it pretty quick and it's nice having your padna up front so they can't claim you gar-holed them, in the back of the boat.
Trump, I read your word Padna and at first thought you meant Panda. I give my wife little nicks for example little Honey Bunny I got that off Pulp Fiction, language beware couldn't shorten it.
but I saw your Padna and instantly thought oh that could be a new little endearing nick for my wife, my little Panda Bear, but I thought you know Ol Trump is pretty sharp, he normally don't let things slip like my good friend Tmeredith, lets just look this up. And wouldn't you know there is a Padna. I spent 6 years in Louisana and I've never heard that. Padna (plural padnas) (Louisiana, Cajun) meaning friend, buddy. I'm telling you you learn something on here every day.
 

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It takes some getting used to, sitting over by edge of the boat. I wished they had a wider base under the seats to keep them from being a little tipsy but that would limit the amount of adjustability of the setup.
You'll get used to it pretty quick and it's nice having your padna up front so they can't claim you gar-holed them, in the back of the boat.
I never thought about that until you mentioned this, I bet it does cause the Ol’ cheeks to take a bite.
 

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Check out ez pole T perch. Same principle, simpler design for less $$. Used one on the back of my war eagle predator and recommended it to a few people and they have zero complaints.
Those look really good wish I’d saw them before I purchased.
 
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