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  1. 1986 Sportcraft 27' with a 350 Mercruiser and a Mercury 9.9. kicker. 


    Brand new Garmin GPS/Sonar with transducer.


    Rod holders, rocket launcher, 2 planer board masts and Cannon Mag 5.


    Tandem axle trailer included also.


    $10,000 ... or best offer


    I am listing for a buddy .... direct all inquiries to Fred, the ugly guy in the pic, @ (607) 345 - 3042.








  2. 2006 Seaswirl Striper 210 Dual Console (21’) with a 2008 Mercury Optimax 250hp outboard and 2006 Seahawk Tandem Axel bunk trailer.  I am the 2nd owner, purchased in 2014, and the boat has never been in saltwater.  This boat is deep hulled and was designed as a saltwater boat, handles big water very well.  The dual console design works equally well cruising with friends, pulling tubers or skiers or fishing … has great fishing features.  I intended to troll Cayuga and Ontario and started to set-up the boat for it.  My family does not have time to use the boat any longer.  Has been stored for two seasons.  Hour meter was 450 hrs when I bought it and is now at 480 hrs.


    Features: Electric Trim Tabs, Hydraulic Steering, Lowrance HDS 7 Sonar / GPS, SmartCraft gauges with hour meter, Dual batteries with 2 Bank / 10AMP ProMariner Onboard Charger*, Bimini Top w/full Sunbrella canvas, snap-in carpet, 2 pedestal jump seats, lockable large, port console storage compartment w/porta pottie, raw water washdown.


    Fishing Features: Dual insulated fish boxes with overboard drains in the bow, large center fish box with macerator & overboard pump, transom baitwell w/circulator, Blue Seas 6 circuit fuseblock*, 48” Traxtech track on each side with step pads*, plugs for electric Cannon downriggers on each side*.


    Optional Equipment: 2 Cannon Mag 5 downriggers with Pursuit (Traxtech) swivel bases, 2 Traxtech adjustable aluminum rod holders, 1 Tite-Lok aluminum rod holder, 2 Traxtech adapter plates for Tite-Lok (and other brand) rod holders, Bert’s Custom Tackle dual planer board mast, Cobra Marine MRF75-D Fixed mount marine radio (NEW, never installed), 2 12” Traxtech tracks with step pads (NEW, never installed), various other items.


    * Installed by me

    ** Walkthrough windshield is in need of repair but works.


    NADA is $20,000.  Asking $18,000.  More photo’s available on request.

    Optional equipment is not included in the asking price and can be negotiated separately.


    PM for contact information.     Dan Murphy












  3. I don't know what it's worth to you but I can order 2 12 tracks for $38 a piece... If you could beat they we may be able to make a deal

    Sent from my Z797C using Lake Ontario United mobile app

    Actually there is one retailer who has the 12" track on sale now for $36.79 a piece and Starboard inserts are $20.23 a piece, plus shipping costs.  I would prefer not to sell the tracks and inserts separately.



  4. Installed a fuse block this year to run riggers, depth raider , sonar and will prolly run the VHF back there also.  It may cost a little more for duplex wire but worth it I think.


    Thanks for the responses guys.

  5. Anyone have any issues with mounting VHF radio on top of the console over a flush-mount sonar/GPS with internal GPS receiver?  I plan to route VHF antennae cables away from the combo unit as best I can and the VHF antennae will end up 2-3' from GPS receiver.  No room to do much else.




  6. Anyone know what parts are compatible from the original Depth Raider to the new DRX10 unit?  I have an original DR however I managed to smash the LCD screen and of course that is not a replacement part.  Would like to know if the power / coax cables and probe are compatible.


    If not I will have some original DR parts up for sale soon .... help offset the cost I guess.





  7. N. end of Cayuga L. has about the most consistent bite for perch and pickerel ..... lots of pickerel.  Unless you go with someone who is on top of things on Oneida L. that can be VERY hit or miss.  Chaumont Bay is a good bet also .... stop by Chaumont Hardware for up to date info..


    Iceshanty.com ............ definitely the place for more info.



  8. Take the time and do it right. I just cleaned up my electrical system this spring and it is so much nicer. Nothing is uglier and more unsafe than having a bunch of wiring hanging off the batteries. Install yourself a nice big new fuse panel made by Bluesea Systems. Run a 4gauge positive wire from the common on your Perko to the fuse panel. Then run a 4gauge negative from the fuse panel to the main grounding point or negative terminal on a battery. Wire EVERY electrical device on the boat to the fuse panel...except your automatic bilges. This way everything is nice and neat and protected by fuses

    Does the positive run from the switch to the fuse block need to be fused?  Looking at the BlueSeas information it says that there should be a 125a or less fuse ahead of the fuse block.  I am looking at wiring in 2 electric downriggers, sonar/gps and maybe Depth Raider to a fuse block.



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