I don't use it nearly as much as I thought I would, so I've decided to sell my Alumacraft Ducker. Own a part of duck hunting history -- in fact, there is a picture of Nash Buckingham's Ducker at the Waterfowl Heritage Center in the latest edition of DU Magazine. These typically sell for $2,000 - $2,500, but I'm selling mine for $1,500
because of a couple of small holes in the aluminum and a dent in the trim near the front of the boat (see pictures). All should be relatively easy fixes. This boat is incredibly strong and light! I've included pictures from all angles so you can get a good idea of the condition of the boat:
Alumacraft description: "Ideal for marsh hunting and open water retrieving. Tough enough to break ice yet exceptionally light weight. Sturdy and leakproof, cannot rust, rot or dry out. A solid roomy shooting platform for 2 men. Draws only 3.5 inches of water fully loaded"
Small hole #1:
Small hole #2:
Small dent in trim:
The original owner added a small wheel to help haul the boat:
The original owner had bolted on a 4x4 as a trolling motor mount, thus these holes:
The boat is located in North Texas. Great (and functional) piece for a collector! Please PM with any questions.