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  1. For Sale:

     

    1990 Cherokee 270 Sportfisher ( http://www.cherokeeboats.com/270Sportfisher.asp )

     

    This is a fully rigged fishing vessel. 27' with a 9’4†beam, a forward located engine, which gives you an enormous amount of unobstructed fishing space. Powered by a 5.7 Liter Vortec fuel injected inboard that was completely replaced for the 2011 season has only 170 hours ($9000 in receipts to prove the work). Also included in the sale is a 1997 Four Winns dual axle galvanized trailer with brand new heavy duty carpeted bunks. Both have clear title/registrations. Fresh oil/filter change,trans fluid change, was fogged and winterized.

     

    Electronics:

    Raymarine C70 Chartplotter /GPS/ Fishfinder w/Airmar Dual Freq. Transducer

    Raymarine Radar

    Raymarine Smart Pilot Auto pilot

    Moor SubTroll 900 & probe

    Secondary Garmin Color GPS/Fishfinder

    Uniden VHF radio with Whip Antenna

    Sony CD/Radio with 4 water proof speakers

    Lewmar power windlass w/Anchor

    Bennett Trim Tabs

    Guest 20 amp ProCharger w/ two battery switch

    Remote GoLight Spotlight on pulpit

    Dual power windshield wipers

     

    Fishing Gear:

    Two Cannon Mag 10a Elec. Downriggers w/ 12 &15 lb weights

    Two sets Bone Collector Custom Aluminum adj. four rod holders

    Six rod Rocket Launchers w/ Spreader Lights

    Several Perko flush mount holders

    Removable filet board

    Berkley overhead rod storage in Berth

     

    Boat has a full length swim platform, pump out head, and raw water wash down. Forward berth has tons of storage, and new removable cushions that convert to a two person bed. Brand new forward bilge with auto float switch. Rear deck has a largle removable fish box, and a secondary auto bilge. Hull still has a great gloss with fresh Pettit bottom coat at seasons end. Two spare props and a puller included. Two items of note are a non functioning cockpit heater, and some minor scratches on hull. Please, feel free to bring your surveyor to check her out too… Sea trials for serious buyers of course- when weather permits. I have a survey for review, but it is outdated.

    Calls only please- (716)994-6836        

    $16750 * spring pricing

     

    Tight-lines, Anthony

  2. Spanked the fish today.... Had a great crew of guys, who all in all landed a mix bag of 14 kings, steel, and coho. Biggest hook tipped scale at 27#. Lots of slippery fish today too, nearly 10 more that were on and lost. All bites came early and fast, including a triple wire hookup. 380' seemed key with best temps 115' down. They hit everything from ff combos and a variety of spoons.post-149874-13755617392148_thumb.jpg

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  3. I owned the pd 70 on my last boat and loved it... If your making the investment, I would offer two suggestions IMHO; 1- go I-pilot! GPS control is priceless.2-make sure that it is big enough (power and shaft length) to handle choppy/windy conditions. Lastly, check out moodeals.com- I saved like $150 over Cabelas. Just my $.02

  4. Thanks lakebound. Checked on the fingerlakes one and it is about twice the amount I wish to spend for my two trips a year back and forth to my slip... Ive found brand new aluminum ones for 3200, just hate to spend that much for what will mostly be for winter storage and a lawn ornament rest of summer.

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  5.  anyone who has a reasonable trailer for sale (or know someone) for a 27' boat with a 6000lb+ capacity please let me know! I'd take a fixer upper if it falls into the above specs. Thanks in advance

  6. Slow morning was par for the course today... Headed north out of Olcott marking very little. First steelie hooked was in 220 fow, on a 150 dipsey. Several hours fishless out as deep as 355, we headed back in on a SE bearing. Picked up 2more 5 lb steelies in 170 fow down 35 on riggers... All spoon bite today and all green... Tough conditions, but thats why its called fishing, not catching!

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  7. Got out with a crew of family and friends and made out alright... Went 3 for six, two nice kings and a small coho. Also lost a nice laker at the back of the boat. Uv green mag spoons took the most hits, but green dot spinnie and fly did take our biggest 21# shark. I used to hate fishing with my sis, cause she always caught the biggest fish... Oh wait; she still does:huh:post-149874-13708025263935_thumb.jpg

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