Vulcaneer900: looks good. but it would have been nice to see you pull it a little..
The crazy man from Ireland.: Great video
briargoatkilla: crap! That looks dang good.
Todd Beal: Great looking project, something I need to do. The camera takes a great
picture. I wouldn't paint the boat camo, if you walk away from it you may
never find it again
london2508: You picked a good camera because the image is perfect.....It's gotta be hi
def.......I forgot to mention in my comment on the "breakfast" video that
the viewer could hear the meat cookin and the camera had to be at least
five or six feet away from where you were cookin....so if that is the same
camera you used for this video then it's perfect quality visually and
audibly......the dolly looked great too.....looks sturdy.....I'm sure it'll
last a while
ReeperzOutdoors: thanks buddy!
Moray1949: The camera worked great. Forgot to mention that.
ReeperzOutdoors: Thanks brotha! Hey, whats the name of your new channel?
ReeperzOutdoors: Thanks Bro!
needsomemusic: Really like your video. I bought a yak cart and the yak falls off no matter
how I tie it. Your instructions are really good - telling us why you did
some things and not other - that helps a lot. Video is clear, even on zoom.
Thanks, yaking friend. Camo is essential too.
sweetsilage: sure looks like a lot of work for a piece of crap,,,
ReeperzOutdoors: Thanks buddy. So far I love the new camera (kodak playsport). Your right
about the camo.
Chuck Richards-Handmade Knives: Badass canoe, very innovative setup for moving it! Love it bro! C.
ReeperzOutdoors: I don't use this one anymore. Its been rebuilt. If you would like to
comment your ebay name or a link i'll check it out and allow you to post it
DWilhoite Ky Guns & Fun!: Hey Mike the video looks good and that's a sweet idea on the canoe cart!
Thanks for sharing brother & have a great week ahead! Peace
briargoatkilla: "UL longhunter". I subbed you from it. Ain't much to it yet, just one vid.
Gonna get out next weekend and do another vid for it.
ReeperzOutdoors: LOL Thanks...
808strykr: thanx for posting!!
Justin De Clemente: Pretty darn cool. Thanks for sharing...
ReeperzOutdoors: Thanks buddy. Sousaville has one also made with a milk crate that was a
great idea also.
Chuck Richards-Handmade Knives: Sweeet! Sally says hi, hope all is well! That last batch of firestarters
Mike Grogan: very helpful and just love that Southern drawl..
ReeperzOutdoors: Thanks bro. Got a great deal on craigslist several months ago. I'll end up
making changes like I do everything......lol Gone have a package in the
mail for you either tomorrow or Tuesday.
MrPoppabear255: Excellent solution to moving canoes and kayaks! Thanks for posting!
ReeperzOutdoors: Thanks my brotha!
Waw Hiker: That beats all - at any price - camo included!
ReeperzOutdoors: Thanks Pinto. Not perfect but its functional anyways...lol
sousaville: nice work brotha....sweet concept i may upgrade my milkcrate version....im
looking for something i can lug down a hiking trail to a remote
pond...looks like i can apply some of your design...thanks bro.
PintoBlades: nice job! looks like it works great.
Woodenarrows: Good job on the dolly. I just ordered a set of the very same wheels to make
myself a canoe cart. Thinking of maybe towing behind my bicycle.
houseoffire72: Nice work my friend:)
ReeperzOutdoors: Thanks bro!
bearnakedlady: Wonderful, thank you!
ReeperzOutdoors: QUICK NOTE GUYS. I'M GONG TO MAKE A CHANGE TO IT. IT DIDN'T WORK AS GOOD
WITH MY CANOE AS I HOPED. IT WORKED BUT THE CHANGE I'M GOING TO MAKE WILL
MAKE IT PERFECT FOR MINE. WHEN I GET IT CHANGED I'LL POST THE VID FOR THOSE
ReeperzOutdoors: Not the greatest but functional.
ZoesAdventures: Thanks. Not expensive. Its a Kodak Sport. Think i paid 99 for it. Has
worked great so far. I love it.
ReeperzOutdoors: Thanks bro!! Same to you. Santa coming tomorrow.....lol
ReeperzOutdoors: Thanks buddy.
Moray1949: Some good ideas here. I am looking at many utube plans and taking ideas