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15 foot Whaler style side console FG boat.30 HP johnson-$750


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REALLY cool rig.. Its an older 1970 tri hull boat built in South Carolina by a company called CMF.. The floor is ROCK solid, as is the transom.. Lots of storage.. Very much like an old Boston Whaler.. Its is incredibly stable in rough water while fishing.. I have had it out in big whitecaps on Seneca and Cayuga several times.. It is a really nice platform, very wide, LOTS of standup fishing room... 30 HP Johnson runs and shifts good, starts instantly, .. No issues It has a new hydrofoil ... Interior is dirty right now, but cleans up nice,, Non Carpeted floor, like a Whaler... Just hose it down.. I have used it a few seasons for jigging lakers, in very rough water, and its been great.. Hull is in good condition, and very seaworthy. Trailer is in really good shape as well, its painted black, is very solid, new jack, tows straight as an arrow, lights work...

We can even water test it if you'd like.. first $750 takes it... bob 607-659-5334

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Can you email me some pictures

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I will post a few here in the next few days.. Boat is really dirty from fishing in it this year, and being too lazy to scrub it down.. It is NOT a fancy boat, remember its a very old design that copied the old 60's Boston Whalers.... Plain and very functional, really stable in a chop.. Wide interior layout and lots of usable space. bob

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here are some pics.. Boat is turn key, ready to fish, and motor runs great... Very wide and stable, and is very light , one guy can launch it with ease, just about anywhere.. Replaced all rollers on trailer last year with poly, and added teflon bunks as well.. New strap installed on winch too.. NO problems at all with this boat... First one here with $750[FIRM!] takes it home... Will consider partial trade for small aluminum boat 12-foot or so [without motor] for use in the Susquehanna river.. bob





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