"I can sit in Minnesota and look at reservoirs and lakes in Canada and the Dakotas before launching my 20-foot Go-Devil
boat with surface-drive mud motor on a long shaft.
With the Go-Devil
boat blind, you can run across the water with the blind laying flat, then simply raise it into position and lock it into place with two brass clips to hunt.
IT'S A MECHANICAL ARMY MULE with a power-pulsing "Go-Devil
" heart ...
She was a go-devil
climber and, in her private letters, a model of vigor and honesty.
motor churned through dense mats of aquatic vegetation that would have stalled traditional outboards.
blind can be taken down with a few D-clip pins once the four aluminum bases are installed.
The column I wrote for the January 2006 issue of Farm Collector ("What the Dickens is a Go-Devil
?") generated more than 30 responses from all over the country.
calls its long-tail mud motors the "four-wheel drive" of marine engines.
Thanks to Delbert Trew for the article on the Go-Devil
(Farm Collector, January 2006, page 27).
motors are built to bomb-proof specifications, including the toughest frame in the industry.
Longtail and Surface-Drive Motors Go-Devil
has long been known as one of the first production mud motors made in the United States.
The heavy object was called a "go-devil
." In Texas oil field history, the same heavy object was referred to as a "torpedo."