The Redneck Pontoon Picnic Table

The Redneck Pontoon Picnic Table
Anchors—and tablecloths—away!

If there's one word that describes us rednecks, it's innovative. If one of our favorite pastimes gets in the way of the other, we simply find a way to combine our two loves. So when we're ready to ditch the family reunion down at the lake for a little fishin', but we haven't quite yet finished eating, what do we do? Simple: Take the table with us.



Just by attaching a couple pontoons and a trolling motor, these fellas took their picnic table and made it seaworthy — or at least lakeworthy.

Take a full meal with you — fried chicken, mashed potatoes, biscuits and Mama's famous cherry pie — while you cast a line without having to clear a little room in your bass boat's live well.


Best of all, if that motor should run out of juice, just use the umbrella as a sail and catch a gust of wind back to shore. All this needs is some wheels to make it the ultimate redneck amphibious vehicle.

... Say, a light bulb just turned on.

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