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Discussion in 'Warm Water Species Fishing' started by quack head, Aug 23, 2017.
Thanks for verifying that for me wasn’t sure if it had changed hands
Tracker, NO. I recently purchased a used 2006 Lund, but if I had my way, I would have gotten a Crestliner. Just couldn't find one after looking for quite some time. The Lund was priced to move so I took it.
I bought a brand new boat this spring. I was open minded when purchasing one. I looked at Lund, Alumacraft, Starcraft, Starweld, Lowe. Lund was just pricey for me. Alumacraft I thought there layout wasn't the best. Starweld and Starcraft caught my eye, great layout and great price. I ended up getting the Starcraft Titan 186 with a 150 E-tec. Great boat and the motor is even better, highly recommend an E-tec! Everyone is different, different purposes for use, etc. so just be open minded and look around. You can find good deals right now! I would stay away from Tracker have heard way too many bad things about there boats leaking!
A second rig Paul, or did the Ranger find a new home??
OR... are you flipping boats now?
Another rig. Ranger is still at home. I needed a small trailer boat for crappy launches and small water. A boat I wont mind pulling up on shore when there are no docks. One I can rig up a duck blind on and hit Anchor Bay or walleye and bass fish from on pocket water. I really wanted a 16' Crestliner Jon, but this boat (14' Lund SSV with the 20" transom option) will do, as much as I dislike rivets....the deal was too good to pass up. Too damn old for big car topper boats any more.....
I hear that!!!!!!