US Patent 4,722,938* / Issued 1990
Fishing on a budget can be tons of fun. Who needs a boat when you can sit yourself down in a fancy fisherman's float? Now normally a floating fisherman has to flap his finned feet for propulsion but that can get tiring fast and you end up traveling backwards. So let us introduce you to the Cadillac of float fishing, the Propeller Leg. It features a built-in seat and a second float for holding a big battery. Why the battery, you ask? To power the trolling motor that's strapped to your leg! We have our concerns about mixing water and electricity and you may need to practice a little ballet so you can point your right leg up and toes down, while using your left fin as a rudder. Heck, this rig may not help us catch any more fish but if there's room for a cooler in the second float, it gets our seal of approval.
12 Gauge Golf Club
US Patent 4,176,537* Issued / 1979
Golf game got you down? Now you can have explosive drives every time with the 12 Gauge Golf Club! This special woody features a barrel, muzzle and a trap door in the rear for loading your explosive charge. The firing pin is aligned with the clubs sweet spot for blasting your balls into oblivion (careful).
Sure, the golf course is going to sound like a firing range and your clubs recoil may take out a few spectators, so we think it may be time to start the new XGT - Xtreme Golf Tour