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Old 04-15-06, 03:12 PM   #1
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I am starting a new boat post, the one previous was before the forum change which messed the names up.Since then we have alot of different members here .Post your boat picture.P N J

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Old 04-15-06, 04:16 PM   #2
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Here is my tin boat, It anit pretty, but it works well. P N J
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Old 04-15-06, 05:24 PM   #3
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of course the sneak boat with wormy and a few that ran into the duck spread..


just a couple of pic's i got floating round

pnj what is that sticking up in front of the depth finder??

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i was wondering that too zooker. wonder if its a ny rod holder
whata wanna bet its some new fangled cig lighter for the angler on the go
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Old 04-15-06, 05:50 PM   #5
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Zooker, That be a light for bullhead fishing. I only caught 2 last night, anit going to clean just 2, so I released them.Did hook a good carp momentarily, needless to say with 6 lb test, I anit had him for long, once he figured out he was hooked.I should have used 30 lb braid and tied off on the boat cleat. P N J
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Old 04-15-06, 06:14 PM   #6
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pnj,
anit bullhead fishin to easy for a Master Angler like You?
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Old 04-15-06, 07:26 PM   #7
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They anit got catfish house up here in NY . I anit looking to fill th' freezer, just like a dinner or 2 with bullhead deepfried in a beer batter with a pan of cornbread ?JB, Master baiter and master angler are 2 different things ?I anit a master baiter either, only watch the bait shop to help my friend out and to cook fish and hush puppies and corn fritters at the trout derby's the bait shop holds.I guess I mightbe a master baiter wannabe ?apprentice master baiter ? This thread is really gone south in a hurry anit it ?P N J
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i anit skeered to reply to yer anit rant...ya need me to send ya some breading that we peddle at work, its grate on fish, taters, powkchops, comes in lots of variations......it anit goin' to hurt yer catfish neither
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all right heres mine again

http://www.legendboats.com/legend_si...tor2_r2_c2.jpg
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here's mine
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this is a pic of a boat EXACTLY like mine...but mine is older,a different color and single console,and has a suzuki motor....otherwise it's the same boat.....lol
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Tommy, So your saying its exactly like that, only different, otherwise its the same thing ? P N J
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Old 04-16-06, 03:18 PM   #14
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I finally snapped a few photo's of my boat, she ain't much to look at, but she definitely gets me to the fish. Specs: 15' Quachita fiberglass tri-hull, 28 hp Evinrude outboard, 46 pound Motorguide trolling motor, Eagle depth finder, and a decent sized livewell. I bought her for $500 and added the outboard, trolling motor, and depth finder. Last spring I got rear ended on the way to the lake and it caved in the transom. I spent a little of my free time here and there throughout last year and slowly repaired the transom myself, so all last year I had to fish from a dinky jon boat or from the bank, I'm extremely happy my boat is back in working order! Here she is.............
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I finally snapped a few photo's of my boat, she ain't much to look at, but she definitely gets me to the fish. Specs: 15' Quachita fiberglass tri-hull, 28 hp Evinrude outboard, 46 pound Motorguide trolling motor, Eagle depth finder, and a decent sized livewell. I bought her for $500 and added the outboard, trolling motor, and depth finder. Last spring I got rear ended on the way to the lake and it caved in the transom. I spent a little of my free time here and there throughout last year and slowly repaired the transom myself, so all last year I had to fish from a dinky jon boat or from the bank, I'm extremely happy my boat is back in working order! Here she is.............
Brings back happy memories of my "beginner" days. No hurrying. Cheap gas. Good times. And...no &^%@! speed freaks masquerading as fishermen and, best of all, NO *&@^! jet skis.

Thanks for the memories. I'd fish with you anytime!

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this is my previous boat after it went through the back of my van and travelled northbound on rte 31 by itself...after i T-boned a honda at 50 m.p.h.....it is now repaired and fishing with it's 4th owner..it is a 1991 fisher marsh hawk3v...
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Here is my boat







Waiting to explore more and more lakes and canals of Florida!
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PNJ- That looks almost exactly like my boat. Mines a 14 footer with a nissan 18, what's that on yours?
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Zooker,

How fast will your ride go? I am looking at a 1998 Ranger R61 sport with a 90 horse Evinrude. I have heard that this ranger boat will top out at 45-55mph. Just curious. Thanks!
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PNJ- That looks almost exactly like my boat. Mines a 14 footer with a nissan 18, what's that on yours?
Its a 14 ft. mirrocraft with a 25 hp Merc.I had a 20 hp merc, but the lowerunit froze and broke the casting during the winter, so I found this used 25 hp fairly cheap. The starter went on me last fall, I have got to get a new starter($135.00 for a new one) or keep pull starting it.It starts easy enough, but I like to turn the key and go.Those Nissans are a very nice motor for boats our size..P N J
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i would bet money that the r61 outweighs mine by 800 pounds easy.. i would say depending on set up low to mid 40's on a good day with my lard butt in it 36 gps if the water is flat..

my buddy is selling his 17 foot ranger with a 115 on it. it only goes 52 in flat water..

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Here is my little tin can/sail in the wind:



I really need to unwinterize it and get out on the water. This year is not giving me any time though, still at work now.
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what the rest of those barrels n stuff n yer garage, a mobil meth lab?
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I had the boat at work. Those are hydraulic oil drums for the machines we build here, tube and pipe benders. I have cleaned it up a bit since then but it really needs new carpet. I do plan on welding on some of those guide posts to the trailer before I take it out this year. It is hard to load by myself.
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I finally snapped a few photo's of my boat, she ain't much to look at, but she definitely gets me to the fish. Specs: 15' Quachita fiberglass tri-hull, 28 hp Evinrude outboard, 46 pound Motorguide trolling motor, Eagle depth finder, and a decent sized livewell. I bought her for $500 and added the outboard, trolling motor, and depth finder. Last spring I got rear ended on the way to the lake and it caved in the transom. I spent a little of my free time here and there throughout last year and slowly repaired the transom myself, so all last year I had to fish from a dinky jon boat or from the bank, I'm extremely happy my boat is back in working order! Here she is.............
Again I say be proud very proud you did a helluva job on the resto job. Ifn ya get the chance take a pic from the rear and post. Shows what aperson can do with some time and interest in a project.
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