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Sold / Closed 1999 241 Pro-line Walk Around (mint)


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$14,500 or best offer

Bought boat Jan 2013 My two daughters play travel softball which I coach and I unfortunately have only used the boat once last year and three time the previous year, it's ashame to have it sit so I'm going to see if there's a better home which will use it out there. Hate to get rid of this mint boat but can't see it just sit. Bought the boat mainly to fish Ontario - it's absolutely perfect for the lake, very solid, outstanding in the waves, heavy but has enough power to get out there and back home quick.



  • 1999 Pro-Line 241 Walk Around
  • Shoreland'r Tandem Axle Trailer
  • 8'6" Beam 25'5" with a 14" Draft (takes waves crazy good)
  • 3740lb Dry Weight
  • 250HP Mercruiser
  • Bravo II Outdrive with trim Dual Trim Tabs
  • Dual batteries with switch and dual battery charging system
  • Beaver Troll Hydraulic Trolling Plate (absolutely awesome - hydraulic with a switch so you can make micro adjustments in speed with a flick of a switch!  No bags or buckets or manual plates to mess with!)
  • Raymarine Autopilot (best fishing partner ever - fish by yourself!)
  • Wash down deck - hose pulls from lake with two washouts in the back
  • Wash down sink - same - pulls from lake Bait well - pulls from lake
  • Two HUGE built in fish coolers with drains (or I used one for fish and one for beverages - no need for coolers!)
  • Sink in cuddy - pulls from 15 Gallon fresh water tank
  • Hummingbird 597ci Fish Finder with chip
  • FishHawk 4X +Depth
  • (2) Big John Planer Board Reels
  • Scotty Depth Thrower Downriggers with cover and locks
  • Berts Custom Tackle rails and rod holder (awesome)
  • Porta Potti (never used)
  • Standard Horizon Explorer VHF
  • Stereo with Aux cable and remote



I'm very peticular about maintaining my equipment, especially a boat where you can't walk home.

Maintenance as follows:

Annually professional winterized (oil, filter, lower unit) by Trident Marine (I live right near them)

2013 - New bilge

2014 - (4) new trailer tires and new spare

2015 - Impeller - Exhaust Bellows and flapper - Upper u-joint - New Gimble bearing

2016 - New zipper windshield and restitch canvas (Steve's Canvas in Webster)

2018 - New trim soliniods (Pelican Point Marine)

2019 - Trailer - New front brakes - two new wheel cylinders, all bearings repacked  (Davis Trailer World went through entire trailer - set to go!) Less



































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I have personally fished out of this boat on Lake O and it fishes and rides beautifully and I know Jeff is very meticulous:smile: Great boat for someone.


It has seen some nice salmon come onto the deck too


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1999, sorry for the confusion.  Just got done giving it a good wipe down and uploading a bunch of pics and will correct this.  


Yes Les, I've definitely had some great times on the boat and met great people.  Learned a ton!  


Once I get these girls through their softball and college I'll be getting another boat and be hitting the lake again!   Keeping all my poles and lures - those never worry about being put on a shelf for a few years.  Kills me to sell it but no good sitting in my barn.  

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I should have mentioned in my earlier post Jeff you are welcome on my boat anytime:smile: Whoever bought this boat got the deal of a lifetime in my estimation.

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10 hours ago, Sk8man said:

I should have mentioned in my earlier post Jeff you are welcome on my boat anytime:smile: Whoever bought this boat got the deal of a lifetime in my estimation.

Hey Les - I'm going to take you up on that for sure.  With the warm weather today - I started getting second thoughts! :)      


Love this time of year for fishing.  


Appreciate the compliment - yep, that boat is a great rig - sad to see her go..  But hope the person that gets it has a blast and tight lines! 

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