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Discussion in 'Warm Water Species Fishing' started by Matt Bailey, Jun 7, 2017.
Yes I take 2-3 people out on the bay all the time there's a lot of storage for rods and gear
Sharp boat, will have to check it out today, what made you go with it over Lund and others
There's no carpet on the floor or fishing deck has a integrated fan system in all the storage compartments to dry them out and I think you pay for the name with a Lund just my opinion
well its wider than the lund or anything else I have looked at so that's a plus, cant seem to find a lot of them for sale
That's the boat I have, and LOVE it. I maxed mine out with a 90hp, and am thankful everytime I hit Saginaw bay/lake Michigan. I've never felt undersized in up to about 3' chop. Plus I can drop it easily into about any inland body of water I want.
I had a 16'4" mirrorcraft outfitter before and that was a great boat also but I like I said the smokercraft is deep and wide for a 16'4" boat
Were you in marine city by any chance yesterday evening ? Seen a boat VERY fimiliar that
I have an older Smokercraft, no where near as nice as the one in the pictures, but it has been one great, dry boat.
No I wish instead tearing off a roof
Oh, man! I checked that boat out online... pretty sweet!
Called and was quoted 24879.00
for what boat?
For what boat?
Gator Alan would love to see pics
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