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  1. Thanks and your boat looks great. Hope it sells quickly.
  2. A couple questions if you don't mind. I'm considering a Fish On Arch for my new-to-me Grady dual console. How do you like it? Did you have a good purchase/install experience? Thanks in advance for anything you're willing and able to share.
  3. OK. Please give me a call if you're willing--607 793 7317
  4. Would you sell the 2 gimbal mounted units separately?
  5. sale pending. will update if deal goes through
  6. It's an Optimax, so it's a high-tech oil-injected two stroke that burns less oil and gas and is quieter than the Mercury 125 2-stroke Saltwater outboard it replaced. Has a 2.5 gallon remote oil tank and an smaller oil tank under the cowling so it doesn't need to be refilled very often.
  7. Thanks for your interest. It has the cockpit enclosure to keep the weather off the parts that are most likely to be affected by sun/rain/dust plus all the cushions easily remove or snap off to store in the cuddy over the winter with some Damp Rid and peppermint spray or Cab Fresh to keep the mice away. I also have a giant tarp that I've used with homemade wood supports to make it like a tent the times when I've stored it outside in winter. VERY comfortably fishes three people and still pretty comfortable with four as well. Kicker is 4 stroke Tohatsu 9.8hp with electric start, alternator, and also pull-start backup. It tows pretty well with that trailer--I've towed it from Ithaca up to Lake Winnipesauke for vacation before and a couple hours away several times. I do, however, make sure I'm diligent about my tires, brakes, bearings, checking the spare, carrying a jack, etc. which is why I took the trailer to my mechanic on Friday to make sure it gets anything it needs to be towed multiple hours home by it's new owner. Clean title for boat and I think it's just my transferable registration for the trailer, but will double-check if I also have a title for trailer. Give me a call--6077937317.
  8. Added some of the features I forgot and lowered the price on this boat a little bit. It's ready to go fall fishing or cruising Labor Day Weekend... Come take a look.
  9. Now a turnkey package with a more aggressive price--just bring your rods/lures.
  10. NEW PRICE--TURNKEY PACKAGE PRICED AGGRESSIVELY TO PUT YOU ON THE WATER FOR LABOR DAY/FALL FISHING. Selling my updated/upgraded 2001 Trophy Model 2002 Walkaround fishing machine! I've loved this boat for 10 years, but need to switch to something a little better for pleasure boating with the family and friends. Highlights include: - Completely remanufactured 175hp Optimax installed in 2019 with maybe 100 hours. Really gets up on plane quickly and will move boat around 40mph. - 2013 Tohatsu 9.8hp Installed in early 2013 with about 250-300 hours. Remote Troll mount so you can steer with key fob ANYWHERE in the boat. Also has a Pro troll unit at dash to dial in precision trolling speeds. Trolls all day on just a few gallons. - NEVER in saltwater - Bert's tracks and ratcheting rod holders on gunnels and corners of stern. - 2 Electric Walker Downriggers - 6 Smith Rod Holders mounted on the rails - Lowrance Elite 7 fishfinder/GPS - Solar charging system to keep the 2 brand new batteries fully charged - Nice enclosure with new clear plastic to keep Cockpit warm and dry. - Huge fish boxes in floor and large baitwell that doubles as a livewell for fish up to about 22" - Only non-ethanol gas and fuel stabilizers used before winter - Only the best Mercury Optimax oil and Quickleen fuel treatment used in the new motor - Portable table - Porta-potty - Recently new items and significant maintenance includes: • 2 new batteries • New radio with Sirius XM • New water pumps and impellers in both motors over last 2 seasons • Matching Escort trailer just tuned up and inspected summer 2022. Boat is in the water at Myers Point on Cayuga Lake and ready for you to test drive. $14,000 as Turnkey package or willing to negotiate a price if you don't need the rod holders and downriggers. Contact me via DM or at Six Zero Seven 793-7317.
  11. Nice boat! If possible, a picture of the stern and a picture of the cuddy would be great. checking for rod storage capability and if there is a boarding ladder or step on the other side, plus if there's room for kicker. Thanks!
  12. Thanks, but more trailer than I need and more money than I should spend.
  13. Thanks Kristian. Some pics would be great when you're able to get to it. I'll send you a text so you have my number to send pics whenever you're able.
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