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    I really don’t have any pictures of the front deck layout. I’ll try to get a couple tomorrow. But to me that is the one negative I have with the boat. On my hull the front deck from seat post forward slopes up some, and for me with my limited mobility in my legs anymore makes it hard for me to stand up to launch or retrieve my trolling motor. My right ankle doesn’t bend so it makes it real awkward. Now if I’m not mistake I think that has been changed in the newer designs but not positive.
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    As you can see from my rudamentry try it’s about a 3 1/2 inch drop from front edge to seat base and in second picture you can see seam just under your feet level then it progresses up to front dash panel edge. Hope this helps some.
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    I have a 1977 Kingfisher fiberglass stick steer that I really enjoy.

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    I have a War Eagle 1754 with hydraulic steering and do not think that I could have a better stick steering set up.

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    Mine was a 1994 Grumman 16/49
    Front deck sloped up but also somewhat down to follow the bottom contour.
    Still worked really well for my spider rigging setup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swatman View Post
    Hey cray and pops - how about posting some pics of your 754VSs? Id especially like to see closeups of front seat floor area. Thanks!
    I have a 754vs and I like it except when the water is rough but I am retired and and don't have to fish when the water is rough if I don't want to. I think they are good for other than crappie fishing as I catfish, sauger fish and still bass fish in mine. I have a 24 volt ulterra and it has made a huge difference over the foot control and with my bad back I don't have to pull that motor back in the boat every time I do another drift. I also bought a deck leveler for the front boat from Wareagle. They really don't advertise them but it has made the front deck a much more pleasant place, especially when getting in and out of the boat. I would post or send you a photo but my boat has been in the shop for a month.

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