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Post Backwater 37 efi?
Just noticed the 37 EFI is no longer listed on the Backwater site? Any clues? Don't believe the 35 lite offered is EFI?

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Thu Jan 10, 2019 10:01 am
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Post Re: Backwater 37 efi?
Glades Ranger wrote:
Just noticed the 37 EFI is no longer listed on the Backwater site? Any clues? Don't believe the 35 lite offered is EFI?



Probably because everyone is getting the 40 over the 37??
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Post Re: Backwater 37 efi?
^ What he said.

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Post Re: Backwater 37 efi?
Makes sense, same weight and for a few $ more you get more. I must say, after getting my 26.5 EFI dialed in, it is a joy to drive- qualify that with the fact I seriously hurt my shoulder at the start of teal season here, avoided surgery, am quite a bit recovered, but no doubt the BW shines as far as drivability. Hunting started off well and sharply tapered off after the first couple of weeks, we are running out of water, will need a new prop for next season. Happy New Year to you and everybody else! I will manage a few more hunts and then spring turkey is just around the corner! :mrgreen:

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Post Re: Backwater 37 efi?
I'm sure for the costs, it's more efficient to cut out a couple models. I'm loving my 40.

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Post Re: Backwater 37 efi?
Glades Ranger wrote:
Makes sense, same weight and for a few $ more you get more. I must say, after getting my 26.5 EFI dialed in, it is a joy to drive- qualify that with the fact I seriously hurt my shoulder at the start of teal season here, avoided surgery, am quite a bit recovered, but no doubt the BW shines as far as drivability. Hunting started off well and sharply tapered off after the first couple of weeks, we are running out of water, will need a new prop for next season. Happy New Year to you and everybody else! I will manage a few more hunts and then spring turkey is just around the corner! :mrgreen:


Gonna have to order a new prop myself for same reason.


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Post Re: Backwater 37 efi?
Hey, Stu! Good to hear from you! This past season was real slow. Glad I got a Backwater, however! Did not bother to go to the big lake because of poor conditions. At present, I am gearing up for turkey season!

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