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Blambam88

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  1. It also comes with 2 cannon mag 10 downriggers with swivel mounts and locks
  2. Boat is ready to be fished! Summer derby is almost here! Price drop to $4900
  3. Not sure when the bellows were done last. We asked the mechanic who put the motor coupler and shift cable in if they should be replaced since he already had it apart he said it looks like they still have a few years or more on them.
  4. I have a 1988 22' Sea Nymph Great Lakes Special with a 140 Mercruiser in it for sale. Runs great. New throttle control/cables, new shift cable, new alternator, motor coupler, rebuilt carb, new marine radio, 2 year old high top canvas with back drop and curtains, a lowrance fish finder, 2 year old propeller, batteries. All aluminum boat even underneath the floor is aluminum with foam insulation don't have to worry about any rot with wood. Just painted the floor with tan grip paint so no slipping this weekend. Comes with a load rite trailer with new brakes and winch. Boat is very easy to trailer with it's light weight. Everything has been fixed within the past 3 years. Moved on to a bigger boat that couldn't pass up just as we got this one running where we wanted it. It is a great fishing boat. We caught a lot of salmon on it. Asking $5,200 *Note*. kicker motor is not selling with it. Boat is between Newark and Lyons NY
  5. My dad and I left Arneys Sunday morning about 615 headed out of the channel set up in 70fow and worked north 85 to 125 was the best for us. We had the best day we have ever had, we went 13 for 19. All 4 year old except for 2 Jack's. Biggest was 25# smallest was 13# (besides 2 Jack's). Chinook divers(which a big guy broke our wire and took it along with our spoon* always have a spare!) with mag NKs took the majority of them SD/fly caught a few. We had the best luck running any type of spoon with black dots on them. With riggers we dropped back far up to 50 to 70ft at times just to get hit hits on them,that's where we lost most of our fish to much slack line. We called it an arm sore day about 1 and headed back in. Was a day for us to remember
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