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2004 20' Northwood PartyFish Pontoon

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2004 20' Northwood PartyFish Pontoon

40 HP Mercury Big Foot 4-stroke EFI

1-1/4" Anodized Railing

1-24" Half Gate

23" Diameter Tubes: w/Lifetime Warranty

3/4" Plywood Deck: w/Lifetime Warranty

30" Gates (2)

8' Bimini Top

Barrel Chair

Bass Seats (4)

Built-in Livewells (2)

Custom Molded Console

Docking Lights: in Module

L-Group Seating

Navigation Lights

Rotocast Furniture Bases

Person Capacity 10 / 1900

Bunk style trailer included (great trailer for long trips, I have brought this to Rainy River once for Sturgeon fishing)

Extras that I bought and come with the Pontoon:

Wireless MotorGuide trolling motor (new this year)

Huimmingbird Matrix 17 Fishfinder

Magellan Sprt Trak GPS and boat mounting bracket

AM/FM Radio

3 Anchors, including 1 river anchor from Gander Mountain

3 batteries (2 starting and 1 deep cell), and Battery switch for 2 starting batteries

Stored on slip in the water during the summers, used about 6 times each of the last 3 years. Currently have an ad on craigslist selling it for $12,500. But for FM members I will let it go for $11,500 firm. I have already paid for storage this winter, so if it does not go for the $11,500 I will put it up for sale in the spring again.

It is in the water right now, if you are serious come take a look. Going to put more focus into fishing on the ice, would consider partial trade for wheelhouse style fish house (ie... Ice Castle).

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Any photos of the pontoon? Father in law from Hibbing may be interested. Where is the pontoon at?

dave_essen at hotmail (Contact Us Please) com

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SideLake - The pontoon is located in Stillwater. I have a few pics at home from a few of our fishing trips, I will send those out tonight.

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Please give me a call 763-574-9536 or email lchedman@msn.com Thanks! I have a few questions. Thanks!

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All pics sent....

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Any other interest out there????

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My father in law, who lives in Stillwater, is looking for a pontoon. Please give Bill a call at 651-439-1227.

Thanks,

Stan

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