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Papa Can Ya

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  • Location
    Macedon, NY
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    fishing & hunting, hunting & fishing....you get the picture
  1. Hal, the offer still stands that if you & the guys or family ever want to head up to Alex Bay for some intense pike fishing or fall muskie fishing, we'll give you the names of the islands where we used to land them ....nothing quite like A-Bay bud....she's fished those waters since the day we brought her home from the showroom. Can even set you up w/ a place to stay. We are friends w/ the owners of two of the hotels up there. Catch ya later..
  2. Hey Hannah Marie, nice fish but AWESOME boat!!! I hear the former owners miss the hell outta her..... Congrats to Miss Hannah on her catch!
  3. We just sold our TrophyPro we had for 10 yrs and had been asked during the sale how to get curtains. Thought I'd copy & paste for you the same info I gave then to help you out. If this co. can't help you, they will send you in the right direction. See original posting below: Papa Can Ya Post subject: Re: 2002 Trophy Pro 2052 WA for sale PostPosted: Tue Aug 17, 2010 9:10 am Online Our boat came with the curtains as we bought it loaded. We bought it from Leisure Time Marina in Conesus, who is now owned by Mark's Truck & Boat. Personally, we had better luck going right to the manufacturer when we wanted something. When we ordered our storage cover, the dealer gave us the runaround stating that fishing boats don't need to be covered....good Lord! So I called the Brunswick Corp. myself, since they make the Trophy line. I would call them, tell them what you have & what you are looking for & if you tell them you can't get assistance thru a dealer, they will hook you up w/o the cost of a middle man. Here's their info: Hope it helps Brunswick Corporation 1 North Field Court Lake Forest, Illinois 60045-4811 P 847.735.4700 F 847.735.4765 E-mail: [email protected]
  4. SOLD today! Thanks to all who called/emailed etc & congrats Hal! She'll be good to you.... Hey Blueghost, the "Papa" will be fishing Seneca w/ her new owner in about two weeks but will have a new name. I'm sure you'll be able to spot her...good luck this season Kevin
  5. Sorry Steve, the boat can't be shown on Sat. We will be opening her that day after we get out of work. She'll be ready on Sunday. Let me know what else works for you
  6. Boat will be open to show beginning March 6, 2011. For those that have been in touch waiting to see her, please call, email or pm with when you are available for a showing. We can show on Sundays anytime, M-Sat after 5:30pm.
  7. Thanks for the post Kev...we will miss the "Papa" but will get a laugh every time I see you drag BlueGhost & your family by our house to Cdga Lake at 3am....that should be starting anytime now, right?!?!
  8. A few of you were looking to view the boat. Please call/pm me back within the next 2 1/2 - 3 weeks to make an appointment. She will be winterized & shrink wrapped after that due to preparations for the upcoming hunting season. No showings this weekend though due to prior commts (8/28, 8/29) Thanks
  9. Congrats lakebound! welcome back to the Trophy way of life
  10. Just to add my two cents....as of 2002, Trophy boats were & are made by US Marine, not Bayliner any longer. And I agree w/ kingslamon22's comments completely. We've never had any problems w/ our Trophy either. Best damn boat we've ever owned!!! And I'm sure blueghost would second that..
  11. I haven't seen this boat, but I will tell you as the owner of a Trophy they are great boats in general! You get alot for your money and they are made tough. They can take on the roughest day on the Lake w/o a problem
  12. Our boat came with the curtains as we bought it loaded. We bought it from Leisure Time Marina in Conesus, who is now owned by Mark's Truck & Boat. Personally, we had better luck going right to the manufacturer when we wanted something. When we ordered our storage cover, the dealer gave us the runaround stating that fishing boats don't need to be covered....good Lord! So I called the Brunswick Corp. myself, since they make the Trophy line. I would call them, tell them what you have & what you are looking for & if you tell them you can't get assistance thru a dealer, they will hook you up w/o the cost of a middle man. Here's their info: Hope it helps Brunswick Corporation 1 North Field Court Lake Forest, Illinois 60045-4811 P 847.735.4700 F 847.735.4765 E-mail: [email protected]
  13. Nice Boat ! Just a heads up about listing it on Craigslist - our boat is on Craigslist as well as LOU. Craigslist has spurred a daily rash of calls from "research marketers" who are nothing but scam artists claiming to have a buyer already lined up. They state the boat is under market value, they will get us our asking price, and also state "they see we've had our boat listed for a long time". (my 1st call from these idiots was just 2 days after listing it!) . I haven't had the great pleasure of speaking to any of them yet as they've all gone to voicemail. But when I look up their #'s on the Inet, there are pages of negative posts about them. So if you do list on CList, don't take calls that start with 800, 678 or 702. They all belong to "National Motor Sales". Put them in your call reject list on your cell if you have one. Good luck
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