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Well cared for and ready to fish, turn-key 2001 Trophy 2052 WA (21’ 6”).  Includes Load-Rite tandem axel galvanized trailer with surge brakes. Powered by a Mercruiser 4.3 V6, carburetor model capable of 30 mph. Has a 68 gallon fuel tank, carpeted V-berth with cushions, removable table, porti-potti with holding tank and deck side pump out, storage compartments throughout, three windows with screens, captains swivel chairs, non-glare dash with gauges and circuit breakers, non-skid surface throughout, rear facing chair, bow anchor storage compartment and bow pulpit with snap in bow cushion seat, running lights, navigation lights, stainless bow rail and cleats thru bolted, baitwell, raw water washdown, in floor insulated fish boxes with pumps, bilge pump.


Also Includes:

Bumpers, Ropes and anchor

Garmin Autopilot with wired remote - TR1 Gold - (w/spare pump and speed control module)

Control King kicker throttle control w/spare servos

Spare Panther EZ-Steer for backup, with brackets installed

Two Amish Outfitter trolling bags 30” pre-rigged for backup to troll on main motor if needed

Yamaha 9.9, Long shaft

Lowrance HDS 12 with security lock

Point One GPS Antenna for fast response times in location to NMEA 2000 installed backbone with terminators, dash mounted switch and LED dash indicator light

9 Rod Folding Aluminum Rocket Launcher also removable

Muddycreek Tackle: 2 - 60” Tracks with installed stainless and aluminum backing plates, 2 track mount lift and turn Triple Trees plus fully adjustable in any direction, angle or height, 6 rod lift and turn single holders with lanyard rings, 2 net holders on trees, 2 rigger track mounts, 2 cleat track mounts all tubes have gimbal bars inside to lock rods in upright position for trolling

Fishawk X4D - Bluetooth with probe

2 - 27 series batteries 1000 cca (2019)

New ACR with dash mounted switch and LED dash indicator light, 100A Fuse holders, bat switch, all new clean and corrected wiring, bus bars, rigger sockets and plugs, circuit breakers

Pro-Tournament Series 3 battery onboard charger hardwired w/socket

Sunbrella Canvas/Bimini with Eisenglass

Full travel snap on canvas bow to stern 

Bottom Paint, Fix, Seal, Prime (2018)

New LED Trim Tab indicator plus new hoses and relocated pump assembly for easy fill and maintenance

New VHF Radio

2 Cannon Mag 10A downriggers with new covers, braid, terminators, pulleys, switches and rewired

New SPX washdown pump and wiring

Fishbox seals and hasps, custom install (keeps rain water out)

New trailer lights 

4 New trailer tires and brake/bearing service recently done

All new bellows throughout (exhaust, gimbal, linkage), new impeller, new engine coupler, new valve cover gaskets and new oil and temp sensors, remote oil filter with stainless lines and pressure fittings, remote oil drain hose from pan.

New prop with hub, 14.5 x 9” OEM Mercury, also with spare prop and hub kit for emergencies

Oil changes, cap, rotors, wires and carb tune up done recently. 

Winterized and always stored indoors, no shrink wrapping. Washed and buffed/waxed every spring.

This is a rock solid performer on Lake Erie, always got us home safely from chasing Walleyes. We are upgrading to a larger boat or we would be fishing it for the next several years. I have taken very good care of this boat, I purchased it used in fall of 2014. Boat is in water now ready for a viewing, going into storage soon.


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Edited 41 minutes ago by Headshaker


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  • 2 months later...
On 9/26/2020 at 7:12 PM, lrg355 said:

Great boat for lake O. I have the same thing. Runs great in heavy waves for its size. Looks like you have solved my only complaint, the fishboxes filling with water. Any info on the fishbox seals would be appreciated.

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Did you get an answer on stopping the water in the fishboxes?

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I have similar boat. It’s not an issue, these boats have pumps for each fish box. Water can be easily pumped out.

Sometimes it works out for fish... I remember once I caught a coho, I put it in fish box, it had water in it due to rain. After a few minutes it revived. I heard it splashed around so much I released it. It gained back its energy and was good to go!

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You are correct about pumps in the fishboxes but that doesn't stop them from filling when you are not there to pump them out. For example, I was trailering in the rain and when I arrived at the lake , 230 miles, the boxes were filled so I was towing a few hundred lbs of water. Not good.

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I know this boat is not available, but I have the same boat in a 24 foot version and was wondering where I could get a rocket launcher like your boat had installed on it. 



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