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Discussion in 'Warm Water Species Fishing' started by Matt Bailey, Jun 11, 2017.
Now you sound like FL, lol!
FL is the man, I model myself after him. Better him than FF1.....
toons are alright for bar b qing,carrying boat full of quest,putzing around lake
lund is made for fishing.
That is the quickest way I know to show up at the launch and have your drain plug missing..... LOL!
Oh oh.. I've made that mistake before
lakes, farwell, pine hill stuff around Jackson mi
If you plan on fishing and trailering to different waters than get the Lund. If you live on an inland lake with waterfront property and a hoist than get a pontoon. Otherwise , I would not bother with the pontoon. It's a slippery slope when the wife starts to give input !
I was offered a 2016 closeout Alumacraft Voyager today, single console, with 90hp, ipilot and helix 7 for 24k otd... good deal?
I agree with Doc.
Matt, you could probably get a similar boat a little older for 10k less than that. I would look for a boat less than 10 y old and well cared for. Then when you get tired of the boat it will be easy for you to sell it to the next interested party. Trust me, you will end up being seduced by bigger and better watercraft in the future !
I can't seem to find squat out there that's not within 3k of new
A good time to buy a boat is in the fall or after walleye run. There were some good listings on CL and here on MS in the last month or so. A newer Lund just sold on MS but with a 25 hp. If I didn't already have one in my garage I wOuld have bought the newer one for myself. 24 G is a lot of money for aluminum.
I was on the bay friday when a big tri toon went ripping past at atleast 30mph in 3' chop, I was very impressed on how thst thing floated through the waves