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2002 Lund Fisherman 1800 w/ 2003 Optimax 175

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2002 LUND 1800 FISHERMAN w/ IPS Hull

2003 175 Optimax

2002 EZ Loader roller trailer with bearing buddies and guide posts

Single axles without brakes

Spare tire included

Swing tongue

23 pitch aluminum prop will run 52 mph with two men, gear and 1/2 tank of gas

Color is White over Grey with Grey interior

Upgraded Mercury SmartCraft gauges enables you to set troll speed way down

MinnKota autopilot 65LB thrust 24V foot control trolling motor with quick on/off mounting plate and built-in universal transducer

2 one year old Interstate Deep Cycle Batteries

2 Bank on board charger

1 two year old Interstate cranking battery

2 Lowrance X71 sonar units

1 Lowrance 3500C GPS unit with external antenna

Uniden marine band radio with external shakespeare antenna

Sony AM/FM CD radio

2 Ram flush mount rod holders

Comes with top for shade or rain – Does not have the side and back for full enclosure

Trailer/mooring cover in excellent shape

The Lund Fisherman is a walk thru windshield model. Will seat 6 behind windshield (4 pedestal seats and 2 jumpseats) and can seat two in bow when casting deck is removed.

2 livewells (one front/one back). There is dry storage in front and a built-in cooler in back. Below the floor is the trolling motor battery compartment. Side rod locker holds up to six rod and reel combo’s.

This boat handles big water with no problem and is the perfect combo boat for fishing and family fun. This boat has very few scratches as it has been babied and always stored indoors. $18,500.00 OBO Will also sell without electronics/trolling motor for $17,500.00 OBO

Pictures available at:

http://s36.photobucket.com/albums/e26/Randallt/?action=view&current=732790cd.pbw

Call Randy with questions 952-807-3235

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BOAT has been SOLD!!!

Thanks for looking.

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    • Cliff Wagenbach
      I have been using chubs and pike suckers all week with good results. 14 feet to 34 feet. Cliff
    • eyeguy 54
      100 yards south of access is 2 hour parking. no student there. no cars at all. 
    • smalljaw
      Went out yesterday in between honey dos.  First sunny day in several days.  Hooked up on a good sized bunch of brown fish in 5 FOW.  They were enjoying warmer water, 55F, on a chunk rock spot. Caught the females first with the largest around 4 lbs then a few smaller males came to the boat.  All caught on plastics.  Went back out late after the last chore to catch an eye for supper.  No luck on eyes but the pike enjoyed a few minnows.
    • Walleyeslayer25
      Good luck out there.  I'll try to make some time to stop over. 
    • Neutz68
      Oh sure.... I remember ya..    Birchwood is a nice place too..  I am sure we will be seeing ya this weekend. We will be sitting on the docks during the afternoon so if you see us out swing on over. I have a green Lund Rebel with a 50 Merc...   
    • Tom Sawyer
      The reason I asked @eyeguy 54 is during the day that ramp parking lot at Cathedral is always full of student parking. Can't understand how they get away with it. During the week prior to Governor's Opener we never had any issues during the weekdays, but now on school days, we just launch at Wilson Park. BTW, did you find any walleye on the down current sides of the sandbars in that stretch?
    • Walleyeslayer25
      We use to go there until a few years ago. Now we are right next store. I couldn't figured out how to get into my old account so I had to make a new one. My old screen name was deershooter.  
    • Neutz68
      Yep that's us... Cabin #2 and #3...  You part of the other group we chat with up there??    
    • Walleyeslayer25
      Thanks for the reply.  Have had much time for research this year. Do you usually stay at pine tree cove? 
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