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BALLS DEEP

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  1. Twin Chrysler 360 inboards

    Hydraulic steering

    11' beam

    2 simrad nss9 Evo 2 FF/gps (2021)

    Airmar thru Hull transducer

    Simrad halo radar (2021)

    Raymarine autopilot 

    New Vhf radio

    3 Scotty downriggers

    Traxtech 36" tracks

    2- 125 gallon fuel tanks

    Fishhawk (2021)

    New exhaust hoses (2020)

    Tuna door

    Stand up head

    Microwave

    Wash down pump

    Anchor

    Radar arch

    planer reels

    outriggers

    This boat doesn't have a trailer. Engines have approximately 1300-1400 hours. Asking $37,000 or best offer. More pictures will be posted in a couple weeks. Any questions contact Ryan @ 607-442-6055.

     

     

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  2. 2001 super fisherman 176 with under 500 hours. Powered by a 4 stroke Yamaha 115 horse. Boat is great for targeting a variety of species and is great on gas. Comes with rod tracks, Garmin Stryker ff/gps, live wells, 3 seats, trailer, Minn kota ulterra with I pilot and cover. Asking $12,500. Does not include any gear other than listed. I will surely hang on to her if I can't get that. Only reason for selling is to potentially get something a little bigger.

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  3. What I'm saying is when the water color in 6-10 fow is good we catch fish. But when the water color is to dark in 6-10fow we slide out and we don't do as well. So for example if we are in 20 fow, how should we adjust? Fish near bottom, run divers, leadcores etc etc?

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  4. We seem to do pretty well fishing for browns when the good colored water is in in 6-10 fow. But when we slide out deeper than that looking for water that's not so colored up things slow down. What are some tips for putting together and effective spread in a little deeper water?

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