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    Sold / Closed Robalo 16' Center Console 2016

    FYI - the downriggers are not included, but they are mounted with gimbal mounts in rod holders. They pop right out. You can get a pair of manual downriggers and the 2 gimbal mounts for about $700.
  2. No problems with twisting. Never get cables wrapped up either since they're about 16' apart! Thanks geoice!
  3. Pontoon Boat Set Up for Downrigger Fishing For Sale: Avalon Pontoon Boat, 2008 22’ CT Fish Model. This boat is all set up for the downrigger fisherman as well as the family looking for a comfortable cruising boat. Two Cannon electric downriggers as well as a vinyl floor in the back make this boat a fishing machine. Then move to the front with lounges and you're out for a cruise and comfortable ride with a group of friends. Privacy station in back as well for a quick change of clothes. Options include an in-dash Garmin GPS/fishfinder combo, MP3 input jack, woodgrain dash and woodgrain steering wheel, stereo/CD with 4 speakers, side keels, cocktail table in front with umbrella for a shady comfortable seating area. Then cook up a meal on the stainless gas grill. Powered by a quiet 4 stroke 75 HP Mercury motor. Includes a large Humminbird 859 GPS/fishfinder combo to find those hot spots and big trout. New playpen cover to keep everything clean and dry. LoadRite tandem axle trailer included to get you to whatever lake has the best bite or best sights. Priced at $19,500.
  4. Fbog12

    Sold / Closed Robalo 16' Center Console 2016

    No wash down system. Just self-draining cockpit.
  5. Fbog12

    Sold / Closed Robalo 16' Center Console 2016

    Downriggers are not included. Aluminum Coyote trailer. Located in Canandaigua, NY. Maybe 20 hours on motor. Bow will accept trolling motor. Was new last year and I already got the itch. Also selling a 22' pontoon fishing boat and getting bigger Robalo. Don't need 2 boats! Price is $24,500. Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
  6. Robalo 16' Center Console 2016 Robalo promised a game changer and that's exactly what the action-packed new R160 delivers. Sized perfectly for first time boat buyers and skilled anglers alike, the R160 redefines what you can expect in a 16-foot center console. Get onboard, your family weekends will never be the same. Under the gelcoat you'll enjoy classic Robalo quality through and through. Same durable Kevlar construction as Robalo’s bigger center consoles. Same high quality stainless steel hardware. Same top tier vinyl and rich foam padding. Same precise attention to detail. It might be the smallest center console in the Robalo line-up, but it's big on quality, bigger on performance and supersized when it comes to family fun on the water. Best of all it's a Robalo through and through, no short cuts here. This boat was new last year and has a wide band ice blue hull, FM radio with USB/MP3 port and 2 speakers. Also includes a huge in-dash Garmin 9” GPS/fishfinder with side imaging and down imaging. Keep cool with the large stainless T-Top. Includes a Taylor Made T-Top console cover. Long list of standard features on this boat including self-bailing cockpit, stainless steel grab handles, bilge pump diamond luster nonskid surfaces, insulated bow fishbox cooler, reversible backrest helm seat with 70 quart integrated cooler, stainless steel drink holders, molded seat in front of console with insulated cooler underneath, storage under aft seats, aft fold-down jumpseats with backrests which converts to aft casting deck, aluminum trailer with LED lights, cockpit courtesy lights, and battery on-off switch. Powered by a Yamaha 4 stroke 70 HP engine. This boat is ready to drop in the water and go! Priced at $24,500.
  7. Hope to get all forms up on the website today. www.seagermarine.com
  8. We understand the conflicts. Fix it 4U runs some sort of tournament every weekend, so we can't avoid that (unfortunately their April 1st tournament is for perch). Our programs and rules are a bit different (payout and prizes). We weren't sure how many of our Canandaigua perch guys go after the trout on opening day. We usually have several 'regulars' in these tournaments who look forward to them and have a lot of fun, so I guess we'll see what the turnout is and go from there. Thanks for everyone's input and hope to see you at the marina after this last (hopefully!) winter blast!
  9. Canandaigua Perch Tournaments Save the Dates! - Seager Marine will be holding 2 Spring Perch Tournaments this year on Canandaigua Lake. The first will be on April 1st and the second will be on April 29th. These will be team tournaments (1 to 3 person). Entry fee will be $40/team. Watch our website for details and registration forms or stop in the marina Tuesday through Saturday. Let's hope this weather breaks after the usual late winter snow storm!
  10. There were 8 teams registered this year. 1st Place 4.80# - Jim DeSiena Team 2nd Place 4.30# - Dave Booth Team 3rd Place 3.64# - Paul Schweigert Team 4th Place 3.00# - Tom Norton Team Biggest fish was caught by the winner and was 1.06# FYI - Oct 2015 1st place was 5.49# and the biggest fish was 1.29# . 2nd place dropped down to 3.78#.
  11. The rules are still up on the Seager Marine website (www.seagermarine.com). Just scroll down a bit.
  12. Yes - it turned out to be a nice day for the teams and it was nice to see everyone at the weigh-in. I'll post weights when I get back at the marina on Tuesday. Thanks to all that participated! See you next April or you can stop in during the winter to share some fish stories. We're open Tuesday through Saturday all winter except around the Holidays and around the Rochester Boat Show which is Feb 2nd through 5th. Maybe we'll see you there! Ted
  13. Are you getting into the Seager Marine perch tournament on Saturday EDAY?
  14. Looks like great weather for the tournament. Must sign up by the end of the day tomorrow! Weigh-in at 3:30pm at the pier, with refreshments and fish stories. Stop in or call with a credit card.
  15. Spent a couple hours fishing the north end yesterday. Wind was a pain since I was solo. Picked up a 7# rainbow on an FLT spoon down 60' over 90' and a 4# brown on leadcore 8 color with Sutton. Some weeds but not terrible.
  16. I heard that the ramp at Seneca Lake State Park is OK with about 3' of water.
  17. FYI - Lund has come out with a new fishing boat for the shallow water fisherman. It's called a Renegade and comes in a 1775 or 1875 model. It's basically a bass boat. The hull is designed with the typical Lund reverse chines, a flat center pad, and a full length center keel so it should be good in the deeper waters as well. The boat has nice livewell placement, loads of storage, good maneuverability in shallow water, and tons of deck space for casting. They have National Advertised Packages set up and you can get the 1775 with a 60 Hp Merc on it for $17,395 plus freight and prep. Seager Marine currently has one in stock with a few options for $21,500 (plus tax) out the door. Come check it out!
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  19. It's that time of year again. Seager Marine fall perch tournament is coming on Saturday, October 15th, 2016. Check out our website for rules and sign up info.
  20. Canandaigua Lake can be tough, so you did well for a first-timer! Glad you got one.
  21. That's one awesome fish, Les and Mark! Luckily I didn't have enough time to fish so I didn't get entered!! You truly deserve the win. I've never seen anyone on this website that is as open and helpful as you are to everyone. You certainly put your time in and it finally paid off. Come see me at the marina some time so we can chat! Ted
  22. Same issue here. I ordered a bunch of lures, charges went to my credit card, but waiting for lures to show up. Tried emailing with no response.
  23. The next Seager Marine perch tournament will be this coming Saturday (4/30/16). Team tournament (1 to 3 person team), $40/team, full payback. See details at seagermarine.com
  24. We had a great turnout for the first of our two spring tournaments today! Weather was really tough but we had 11 teams tough it out all day long with shifting winds, rain, sleet, and even a little snow at the end. They were all happy to get in and warm up, snack on pizza and wings, and tell some stories. Highest weight for 5 fish was a whopping 6.39 pounds. Biggest perch was 1.87 pounds. Second, third and fourth place dropped off to 4.99#, 4.29#, and 4.25#. It'll be a real challenge to top that 1st place total, but we'll see what happens at our next tournament on April 30th. The weather has GOT to be better!!
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