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About Troll

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  • Birthday 04/29/1960

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  • Gender
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  • Location
    Greece, NY
  • Home Port
    Genesee River
  • Boat Name
    Añejo
  1. Troll

    Sold / Closed 1988 Sea Ray Amberjack

    Boat is sold.
  2. Troll

    Sold / Closed 1988 Sea Ray Amberjack

    The boat is located at Voyager Marine on the Genesee river.
  3. Troll

    Sold / Closed 1988 Sea Ray Amberjack

    Sea Ray Amberjack 270 with twin Mercruiser 350 motors. Runs great with recent marine survey. The hull is in excellent shape. 10' beam provides equally good fishing platform and pleasure boating platform. A removable bench seat (not pictured) is included. Kitchen with sink, refrigerator and stove top. Standup head. Ready to go. No trailer. $10,750 Equipment: -Elite 7 fishfinder/chartplotter -AirMar brass thru hull transducer -Depthraider downtemp -Bert's custom track system (includes step pads for all tracks) -(4) ratchet rod holders, (2) net holders & (2) planer board masts/reels with extensions -(2) Big Jon Otter boats with releases -(2) nets -(2) Cannon Mag10a downriggers with weights/releases -Windlass -Spotlight -Marine radio
  4. I doubt they are original, they are in great condition. I believe the dash gauges have been replaced as well and appear to be sea ray replacement stock. Thanks for looking. New price - $12,000
  5. No trailer. I believe dry weight is 6570lbs.
  6. Thanks, Matt. Job outlook forces sale.
  7. 1988 Sea Ray Amberjack 270 with twin Mercruiser 350 motors. Runs great with recent marine survey. The hull is in excellent shape. 10' beam provides equally good fishing platform and pleasure boating platform. A removable bench seat (not pictured) is included. Equipment: -Elite 7 fishfinder/chartplotter -AirMar brass thru hull transducer -Depthraider downtemp -Bert's custom track system (includes step pads for all tracks) -(4) ratchet rod holders, (2) net holders & (2) planer board masts/reels with extensions -(2) Big Jon Otter boats with releases -(2) nets -(2) Cannon Mag10a downriggers with weights/releases -Windlass -Spotlight -Mooring ropes -Stereo -Coast Guard safety equipment $13,500 or best offer. Call 520-8120 Boat is in the water on the Genesee River.
  8. Is it necessary to install the extra keel if you are only pulling ONE cooper line? Thanks.
  9. Screwy Louie's did a copper set up for me last year and was reasonable. I plan to add another set up this year from them.
  10. That's helleva good hit/land percentage for grown men! Not long before your the first mate. Good job, it is a lot of fun out there right now.
  11. Fishing Report Your Name / Boat Name:Bon Homme Richard ============== TRIP OVERVIEW ============== Date(s):July 14, 20011 Time on Water:4:30-8:30 Weather/Temp:82 Wind Speed/Direction:slight breeze Waves: flat Surface Temp: 70 Location:Genny LAT/LONG (GPS Cords): =============== FISHING RESULTS =============== Total Hits: 13 Total Boated:10 Species Breakdown:2 steel, 2 lakers, 6 kings Hot Lure: Chrome frog SD no see um fly Trolling Speed: Down Speed: 2.2-2.6 Boat Depth: 150-250? Lure Depth: 70-100 ==================== SUMMARY & FURTHER DETAILS My depthfinder fried so the depth was a guess. 2 riggers cheated at 80 & 100 down glow frog took some hits. divers at 200 -300 chrome frog sd/ no see um did most of the damage 42nd sd/green crinkle also had hits. Three kings in the mid teens were our best fish. The afternoon/eve bite has been much better for us than the morning bite. Last year was the opposite. LOU rocks! ====================
  12. Just installed my Depth Raider and have been out a couple of times using it. I love this thing! Way more action than when running blind previously. My question is do most of you guys have the probe on your deepest rigger and try to keep it in the mid forties temp wise? The rest of my setup is higher and conceivably in the 45-55 range, right? Now that we have been able to find the fish it would be nice if we could if we could actually boat most of the fish we hook! Thanks.
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