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Old 16-04-2012
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Who else on this site owns a solar jiffy ???
Be very interested to see what touches you have added to the boat & how its shaped up if restored it etc!
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Look in the members list for "solarjiffy14ft" then check his posts.
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yeah have looked at posts, just wondering if was more owners on here, know they very similar to the dejon, should be fine fore close inshore fishing ?
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i would be very wary of a dejon,my mate was 9 miles out in one when a large crack appeared along the keel
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trust me i wont be going 9 mile out in it lol was bad enough 4 mile out sunday just gone, was very lumpy
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Luv my wee Dejon.
Haven't had her at sea yet, read a few places that they are not great for the sea. Close shore maybe.
Only really use her for Rivers and Lake fishing.
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Luv my wee Dejon.
Haven't had her at sea yet, read a few places that they are not great for the sea. Close shore maybe.
Only really use her for Rivers and Lake fishing.
Nice mate , what size outboard is that & what speed you managed in it?
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