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It's been awhile since I was able to get any more toys for the basscanoe.
I recently found a removable, adjustable middle seat that works just fine!
This thing drops in the rails pull out, and you are in business. You can attach one of the firm backed seats to it for additional comfort.
So, load up the canoe with the whole gang!
I got this one from Cabela's, but it cost almost 60 bucks. I see that there is a less expensive version on Amazon for about $32.
Here's the amazon link - BUT - this is a soft seat and you will not be able to attach a stiff back seat to it. Amazon Link for Canoe Seat
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