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    Starcraft Chieftain

    Thanks, Yes i have also done quite a bit of research on this since this was all brought up. I did purchase the materials from Lowes in Cortland (where I live and where the boat is located). The lumber I used was "Marine Grade" 3/4 inch and I sealed it. Again, There were only 3 supports that I added, which are all located in the back of the boat, under the dog house surrounding the motor mount where people are standing a lot to set gear. Solid Boat
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    Starcraft Chieftain

    That could be discussed with price negotiations. I will definitely have some rods/reel set ups that can go that I won’t need. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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    Starcraft Chieftain

    Price Negotiable
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    Starcraft Chieftain

    Ttt Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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    Starcraft Chieftain

    It is a 90’s 4 banger 140 hp, however it is unbelievable on gas. It has 2 fuel tanks, I can troll almost an entire weekend on one tank. As you said, Hull is heavy, it’s a solid boat but can still get up and go when you want to make a run. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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    Starcraft Chieftain

    Like I said there was only 3 that needed to be replaced and they are all by the motor cut out Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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    Starcraft Chieftain

    Not hard at all!!! Now that this has come to my attention I’m going to do it. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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    Starcraft Chieftain

    Also, I’m not trying to sell a pristine boat.....she’s an ole gal, it is what it is, but it runs and fishes awesome! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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    Starcraft Chieftain

    Understood.....I will say that honestly there were only 3 pieces that needed to be replaced and that was in the back near the cut out for the motor. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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    Starcraft Chieftain

    It’s 1978 and 21 feet Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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    Starcraft Chieftain

    Foam was fine didn’t need to replace, removed old and replaced with new pressure treated exactly where old stuff was Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  12. Asking 4800$ or best offer (I have all the paperwork for the boat and trailer).Trailer has brand new tires from last year, and was just re-wired last year. The floor was replaced this past spring; 3/4 inch marine grade wood sealed and covered with new carpet, and new pressure treated 2x4’s put in for support. Comes with 2 Lowrance electronic units, and fish hawk X4 unit with temperature/speed probe. 2 Great Lakes rod trees with planer board reels (line just replaced). 2 Cannon electric down riggers and down rigger weights. 2 batteries both new. 2 Amish Outfitter 36” trolling bags. Has been a terrific boat, excellent on gas and has caught a lot of fish! References from Great Lake fisherman are available who have fished on the boat! Contact Dan at (315)382-2713 or [email protected] Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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    Cayuga 5/6

    I know the lake well, but have never heard of "the bowl" being referenced. What are you referring to?
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    Skaneateles flat line question..

    I have trolled Skaneateles quite a few times....Never had much "luck". I produced fish but nothing to write home about. Mainly small LL Salmon, Lake trout, and a few just legal rainbows. I myself would never compare Skaneateles lake with the trolling of Cayuga. So I guess to answer your question, in my opinion of you have means to go to Cayuga, fish Cayuga!
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