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Old 11-23-06, 09:48 AM   #51
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Ok, new list and in no particular order...

Blazer 210, Basscat Puma or FTD, Ranger VX or Z, Legend 21-LE or Stratos 201 (unless the rumors are true).

This is the new list, triton is out and legend is in. Same criteria, go to it boys!

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Ok on the new list I got say in this order The FTD (I fished outta one and thwey are GREAT, Then the Blazer Fast and excellant boats. Then the Legend FANTASTIC price Great options and as the ranger,basscat are made just thirty minutes from me.
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Old 12-10-06, 06:05 PM   #52
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Definitely check out Legend. Their quality is absolutely top notch, and ride, performance, stability, fishability, and handling is unmatched. I've got an 07 LE-21 / 225 ProXS and I am still impressed by the boat every time out. You can pull the kill switch at WOT and get no backwash over the back. It'll stay on plane at 2000 RPMs, and the way this boat turns is unreal. Go as fast as you want and cut the wheel as hard as you can, it won't miss a beat. The ride is excellent, it handles the rough stuff with ease. Fishability is great as well. Very stable and can fish 2 or more off the front deck with ease. The bow has room to flush mount the X-25 series Lowrance units, and I have a Lowrance clock/livewell temp/voltage gauge mounted next to the TM plug. There are so many little features that really add to the boat. The quality of workmanship and attention to detail can easily be seen by opening the engine box...It's completely fiberglassed and everything is within easy reach and rigged very well. If you get a chance, go for a ride in one....I think you'll be impressed.

If you have any questions, feel free to ask, or check out the Legend board over on BBC..lots of owners and pro-staffers over there.
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Old 12-10-06, 09:44 PM   #53
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welcome to the forum d! nice boat BTW!
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Old 12-10-06, 10:48 PM   #54
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Thanks Dkota05; I heard of the Legend's on the bbc boards... all the guys are reel helpful in all the bbc forums. Lots of knowledge!

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