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  2. We are upgrading to a bigger boat so are selling our 18' 4" Lund with 135hp Optimax and 9.9 pro kicker. Asking $22,500. Always stored inside. Boat located in Cape Vincent, NY. See Craig's List post for more photos and details. https://potsdam.craigslist.org/boa/d/cape-vincent-2009-lund-1825-explorer/6870842676.html Sent from my SM-G960U using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  3. I edited the main post, but it's in dryden ny, it's 16' it needs the prop fixed or replaced, and the bilge replaced
  4. Thanks, mine is also a 2250 and I still have two footitis.
  5. Hi man was wondering where you are out of. Pretty interested in this boat I can’t find one that is in decent shape and they are all over priced this one looks good. You can text me 3159451915 thanks. Matt
  6. Is that the actual measurement of the cushions wood backing piece?
  7. How long? What kind of work does it need? Is it the VRO Johnson? Where are you located?
  8. upgraded to a bigger boat so i'm selling this one it's a 2000 crestliner fishhawk 1600 side console oil injected 70hp johnson i planned on doing a little work to it before selling, however i thought if someone wanted to save a little money, and take it as is i'd offer here cheaper it has a ding on the prop and needs a new bilge pump, it's never leaked a drop so i never bothered replaceing it has a new helix 5 FF and 55# minnkota trolling motor boat is still in storage until mon 4/22 i'll post more pics when i pull it out 3,500$ dryden NY
  11. I can't help you with the back seats. I bought my 22' Sabre with the seats removed. Mine is an outboard, so I like not having the seats back there.
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  13. Thanks I have never targeted browns. Gives me something to try. My understanding is you have to be on or near the bottom to get them, which I guess also applies to Lakers. It's funny after 3 years fishing lake O with pretty good success on salmon and steelhead I HAVE NEVER CAUGHT ANYTHING BUT SALMON AND STEELHEAD! No Lakers, no brown trout. Maybe I don't fish close enough to the bottom. Sent from my moto z3 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  14. Not unusually to get many females but generally males mixed in. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  15. Keep going Sk8man good advice for us novices! 53 years fishing here first fish rockbass off grandfather's dock on racquets river Sent from my SM-S327VL using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  16. Why dont you start your own post! So maybe other people can swoop in take your info Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-J327A using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  17. Here ya go bro.....23"W (doghouse to gunnel panel) X 18L (cockpit to transom) Port and starboard are identical. Thickness of cushion is 3" at transom side to 3.5" towards bow side. I wouldn't go thicker that 3" at transom because of backrest. These jumpseats don't get used much cause they're in the way when working the riggers AND people tend to stand on them AND they slip forward which could cause the standing person to go for an unintended swim. We use them when fishing is slow and we have more than usual on board. Can't help with the starter issue as my 22' 1988 HT is powered by a 3.7L.
  18. is this boat still for sale yet? I will come out today and look at it, very interested in it. thanks
  19. Mine are 18.25" by 23.25". Sent from my SM-G930V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  20. I hose off the tow lines with silicone spray every month or so to facilitate the releases sliding down. Instead of dacron, some people use 200lb mono for tow lines which is more slippery. It also has the added benefit of acting as a shock absorber too. Raising the pulleys higher would be the more difficult but obvious option. Tight lines...8-] -Steve D
  21. Looking forward to the website. All your stuff you've posted on here looks really good.
  22. Used once still in package upgraded is the reason I don't need it. It works like it should 85.00 shipped Sent from my SM-N920V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  23. Hi Guys, need some help with setting my lines on my Otter boards. Tried several different releases but all seem very sluggish getting them to slide easily down the tow line. The line reels and pulleys (Big Jon Manuals) are mounted on the top of my cockpit frame on my 21’ Walkaround and My Otters All have double keels and the angle of the board’s attachment line is tied per the recommended 9” font and 14” rear angle. I must be missing something. Any advice is greatly appreciated ! Thanks-Mike Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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