Slick bottom

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Hastingsw43
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Slick bottom

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What is the best slick bottom to use





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Step one. Find can of worms.
Step two. Open can of worms.
Step three. Watch all of the worms exit can.
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Step four: use worm burning compound quick slick!! :rebel:

Call Brian at Quick Slick - 863 581 9710
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He's more trouble than you think, he'll kill your sugar, leave you in the drink.

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It,s about time that someone ask a question that has never been asked before. :lol: :stirpot: :rebel:

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No need for slick bottom now....just take that huge can of worms and tape to bow and let the worms fall in front of the boat lol. Probably better than a sprayer system. Seriously though I'm probably going to try the Quick Slick when I remove my poly.

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Google "slick bottom". Or "slick bottom SA" there are miles of treads

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:stirpot: :stirpot:
Scarecrow wrote:It,s about time that someone ask a question that has never been asked before. :lol: :stirpot: :rebel:
Ain't it to bad that snot drys up and creates buggers!!

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There are numerous coatings out there,, check price and ease of application. I only have personal experience with Quickslick. IMHO I don't see how any slick bottom could be any better than quickslick. That stuff is extremely slick and extremely hard. But,, like they say,, slick bottoms are like opinions. Only yours really count. :)
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