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Take 'er on down to the crik, and enjoy the ride.
- Hull shape has less pronounced rocker than comparable boats, with a large flat spot in the middle adding to stability
- Pronounced chine or hull edge allows for crisp transitions and easily held ferry lines
- Adjustable seating, thigh braces, and contoured hip pads ensure a perfect fit
- Thermoformed seat and hull stiffener bring true all-around versatility to the Mamba
- Step-out wall is a roto-molded front pillar that allows you to easily clear your leg and stand on the pillar for safe ejection in emergencies
- Step-out pillar also adds to the structural integrity of the boat, making it extremely hard for the boat to fold in a pin situation
- Bulkhead footbrace uses adjustable track system and has foam padding for comfort
- Strong, easy-to-reach security handles give you a quick and secure handle on your boat
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Russell Fork Dagger party
Photo by DJ Gribbleowski
my new big water boat
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
When i moved to Idaho i wanted a planing hull boat with some edge to navigate the big water so i purchased a Mamba. After a year of use i can say it's perfect for the fast, roiling waters of the North Fork Payette. The flat hull skips over funny water and allows me to quickly turn when the water is heavy. The edges let me get from bank to bank and dodge the massive holes. And if a perfect wave happens to get in my way the Mamba surfs great. The stern is super stable and it's ultra easy to roll. The outfitting is just what you need without being too complicated nor too spartan. The high deck allows me to really get my knees locked in and in a very comfortable position. It's my big water boat of choice.
can someone take a picture of the foot...
can someone take a picture of the foot pads, knee pads and the "Step-out wall" too?
For all the Dagger boats BC carries, images of specific features are available on Dagger's site. Just scroll down to wear it says Details, Features, Accessories. Click features and then you will be able to see a detailed photo of the foot pads, knee pads, and the step out wall.