john boat


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john boat

 (jŏn′bōt′) or john·boat (jŏn′bōt′)
n.
Variants of jon boat.
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Captain Klopfer has been a licensed guide for 20 years, taking clients inshore fishing in the Sarasota area in his flats boat, or on the Myakka in his Aluma Craft john boat.
But Herndon's father in law and his foreman began to play with welding the structure and seats into a john boat and using heavier gauges of aluminum in the hulls.
He also had problems with the flat bow section catching the wind, giving the john boat a rough ride.
Because these aren't the ones that you're looking for when you load up the headlamps, Q-beams, canoe, kayak, or john boat, a couple of buddies, and--of course--frog gigs.
Without the GPS system, a survey crew would need to take a john boat into the river and use a tape measure or sounding equipment to check grades.
When the water finally began to subside, she said she put waders on, got in a piroux (little john boat for those who don't speak Cajun) and sloshed her way into the house where she found 2 1/2 feet of water just starting to recede.
After downsizing recently to a john boat and becoming a bit wiser, we no longer venture offshore in small boats like we used to.
The blind is made of plywood covered in a fiberglass fabric and resin, making it light enough to tow behind a john boat.
Guests feasted on gourmet Southern cuisine, such as fried green tomatoes topped with crab cakes, spicy crawfish penne, and boiled shrimp served from a rustic john boat Drinks were served from old-fashioned Mason jars adorned with personal touches from the couple.
Hogland devised a way of building a pop-up blind on a john boat.
W, It featured his very own John Boat, filled with Diet Cokes and many of his favorite miniature desserts, like strawberry cake balls, peanut butter cornflake bites, chess squares, and Mississippi Mud Camouflaged embellishments, duck decoys, muck boots, and the groom's very special antique Jeep decorated his area.
Same goes for small boats in such environments-don't rock the kayak, don't clank something in the bottom of an aluminum john boat.