Midwest Hewescraft owners

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Re: Midwest Hewescraft owners

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Broadhead100, my $.02... I fished on a 220 searunner once in BIG seas and was convinced :drool: on my next boat for Lake Michigan. I retired a 73 srv200 sea ray when I upgraded to my Factory ordered 2012 ProV HT. :biggrin: I chose the 20' ProV as it had the same dance floor as the 220 sea runner and the fact it would fit in my garage. I knew going in it might ride a bit bumpier with the helm more forward with the shorter bow. I also was planning on soft top and my son convinced me to go hard top which was a GREAT decision. AS I was struggling to help another one of my friends with a soft top snap in his side windows out on Erie when she kicked up he said ( Dad, can you do that in another 5 years when your older) :doh: . So HT it was and not one bit sorry. YES, the wind will mess with you at times, my feeling is if its that windy I don't need to be out there. Open the front door and side windows you always have air moving thru the cabin when trolling. Shade from sun. Lots of options for rigging. Never have to replace canvas top. If I ever got 2 footitis I would go 220 OP HT in an instant..to replace what I have ProV 200 ET HT for the livewell in back.
ps. The HT didn't fit garage :roll: 2 inches

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Re: Midwest Hewescraft owners

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Forgot to add I got mine from Baduik Internationall Falls.

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Re: Midwest Hewescraft owners

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RedRider wrote:
Thu May 21, 2020 8:42 am
Forgot to add I got mine from Baduik Internationall Falls.
Their current stock is low. a handful of 190 ST and a OP220 Bulkhead.

They do have a nice 2015 240 Alaskan though, twin 150 Hondas
2017 200 Sportsman
2017 Suzuki 140A
14x23 Suzuki SS Prop (47mph@6100rpm)

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Re: Midwest Hewescraft owners

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Thx for the input guys.. much appreciated..

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