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    Re: Boat cover

    Unfortunately, when it comes to boat covers the terms "Good" and "Cheap" are not synonymous. If you want something you can leave on while your towing it's definitely more expensive. If you want something to just cover it then you might consider a plastic tarp but you may actually find an inexpensive boat cover on EBay or Amazon for less then the tarps.

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    Re: Boat cover

    I actually have a boat cover for my 19 footer that's just laying around and not being used because I have a carport now. I got it from cabelas last year and was in use for about six months. Let me know if you're interested and I can provide more details.

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    Re: Boat cover

    Iboats.com

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    Re: Boat cover

    Cabelas
    If you think you have a bite set the darn hook.

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    Re: Boat cover

    I got mine from west marine.

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    Boat cover

    i HAVE A 19FT FISHRITE ANY KNOW OF A GOOD PLACE TO GET A GOOD BOAT COVER CHEAP

    THANKS

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