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Scalloper 1

2019 Lund 1800 Sport Angler for trolling

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6 minutes ago, Scalloper 1 said:

Yes, between this 18 and a 19'. Rigged right I could fish salmon in a 3,000 acre lake here in Maine or stripers on the coast and the occasional blue finn tuna trip out to 12 miles. 

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9 hours ago, Frogger said:

Anyone familiar with this manufacturer? http://www.duckworthboats.com Seem similar to Hewes


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Its another West Coast style boat. So yes similar to Hewes. Have only ever seen one of their bigger offshore boats up close. Very nice boat to say the least. Fit and finish was top notch!

 

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something that shouldn't be ignored when looking is the amount of floatation and weight capacities as well as max. motor horse power as not all same sized boats are the same (especially for offshore use):smile:

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I have a Kingfisher currently.

Dealerships in Ontario and Quebec are starting to pick up the West Coast brands. Used to be only a few.

I saw a 20 ft Duckworth with the extended engine platform at the Ottawa Boat show and was really impressed.

Hate to say this fact. Your dollar may go alot farther at a dealer here??20190825_135832.jpg

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I’ll have to get to one of those boat shows where they have them. As you’ve said, impressive. Especially when you come to realize the thickness of the aluminum on these is crazy different. The west coast boats put the same thickness on their sides as we do on the bottoms. I was watching a video on the strength of a hull for a welded aluminum and they mentioned thickness and grade metal of what some manufacturers are using and why they get stress cracks on the weld. Very interesting video. Nice boats indeed.


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If you're willing to go into the $40k+ price range I would seriously consider this boat: https://www.stabicraft.com/. These guys look impressive and made for big water. Only boat I would ever buy if $ was not an issue. Only dealers are on the west coast but there are a few available scattered around if you are open to buying a used one. Good luck in your search!

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What happened to the Hewescraft? You can order the options and boat you want with Brian at Erie Marine. Then very easy to pick it up. My parents live in Farmington NY near the thruway.  I drove to their place, spent the night, then picked it up at Erie Marine next day, test drove in lake, and returned to parents house to spend the night. The next day I drove back to NH! I would even go with you! I don't get to see my parents often.

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Not yet. When I looked on the dealer site from Ohio it didn’t show much for inventory so I figured I would need to wait forever to get the package I wanted.

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I enjoyed ordering the options I wanted with Brian. Then you get exactly what you want- I had them hook up the Ulterra trolling motor and Humminbird finder and had everything shipped to him. I think it took about three months to get my boat after placing the order. There was a problem with the live well leaking which sucked but Brian at Erie and Hewescraft stood behind it even though I was far away.

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I went to the only Duckworth dealer on the east coast on Wednesday. Man the 20' Adventure Sport was beautiful and I was very impressed with how well built they were. For me it would be a boat that really should last a lifetime.

 

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10 minutes ago, dry net said:

That's a beauty!

And cheeper then the 18' Lund Sport Angler

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Thats great! had my Honda's going on my fifth year and no problems yet. Was seriously considering a Hewscraft before I bought mine but the closest dealer is a long way away. Kinda figured your buying a relationship with the dealer as well as buying a boat. Great looking rig! Good luck,      Matt

 

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I put in my paperwork for retirement on May 29 and my wife and I just purchased a new home in Weirs Beach! We will be moving there this summer and are second on the waiting list for a slip at AKWA Marine yacht club on Lake Winni! I knew I should have bought a bigger boat but they sure do get expensive after the Sportsman!

 

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Give a yell on the radio when your out there this spring, may be able to chat

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