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10ft Bass Hunter Boat
« on: March 01, 2010, 04:46:38 PM »

Moving and need to sell:

2001 Bass Hunter Stalker II.
Capacity: 575 lbs.
Max hp rating: 5 hp.
Width: 48".
Length: 10’ 6”
Weight: 110 lbs.

This is a great little boat, made of ABS plastic.  I have used it for years for bass fishing all over Texas and Washington.  The 10’ 6” size makes it roomy enough for 2 anglers yet still small enough to load/unload solo in the back of truck or on roof rack.  The pontoon design makes it stable enough that you can stand up and fish! This boat has been great on all the small lakes around, though it can handle the bigger waters too.  The boat has been fished hard and has some wear and tear to show for it, including a puncture I had professionally repaired and a few cracks I’ve repaired.  It still works great w/ no leaks and has a lot of fishing left in it.  I am only selling it bc I can’t take it back to TX w/ me.  New this boat costs $750. 

Extras include: PVC handles on front and back, 6 rod holders, a mounted marine spot light, Three (3) upgraded folding swivel seats, two (2) drink caddy’s attached to seats, and pre-rigged/wired for front/back trolling motor hookup.  I will also include an orbital spill-proof Deep Cycle Marine battery – It is from 04 and I use it as a backup.  And if you are a bass fisherman, I will gladly share the hot-spots I know where this boat works best.     
The boat is currently licensed and registered (till 6/2010) in the WA state, so it is legal to fish on any waters w/ motor.  New owner is responsible for re-titling, but registration is optional unless you are fishing certain lakes (see regulations.).

Asking $150 obo.  Can deliver IN AREA for additional $25.

Pictures available at http://seattle.craigslist.org/see/boa/1624002313.html
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