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Matt Johnson

2006 Crestliner 1750 Fish Hawk/115 4-Stroke Merc

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2006 Crestliner 1750 Fish Hawk

Boat is fully-loaded. Very good condition. Still under full-warranty. Boat, motor, and trailer. Only one full season of use.

Motor: 115 4-Stroke Mercury

Trailer: Karavan model 2400 galvanized

A few of the options/features...

  • 80pd Auto Pilot/Universal Sonar Minn Kota PowerDrive
  • 2-bank on-board Minn Kota charger
  • Lowrance 334c on dash
  • Crestliner custom travel cover
  • AM/FM stereo and Clarion CD player
  • Tilt Steering
  • 3 seats (new Crestliner style)
  • Butt seat and pedestal up front
  • Spare tire and bracket
  • Jack-in-the-box (jack kit)
  • Spare battery
  • Added side back bumpers on trailer
  • 2 live-wells (recirculating)
  • Rod storage under casting deck
  • Tons of tackle/gear storage and dry storage
  • PLUS MORE...

Boat is ready to fish! smile.gif

Asking Price: $22,500.00

If interested or if you have any questions please contact me...

E-mail: mattjohnson at mattjohnsonoutdoors.com

Phone: 612-385-3379

Here are a few more pictures...

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Does it come with all your GPS waypoints? If so, 22,5 is a great deal. wink.gif I wish I had the cash cause that is a great boat. Pretty much exactly what I want to fish out of. Good luck selling it.

By the way, is the first photo from the Coon Lake Launch? Looks pretty familiar.

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Yes, all my way points will stay on the 334 smile.gif And yes, that's at Coon Lake.

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wow matt your sellin her! you must want a bigger one? I sure like mine. I cant believe your gonna sell. That is a great boat for all waters.

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having any luck matt?

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A few people have taken a look at it, but no takers yet. Not exactly the best time of year to sell a boat eh? grin.gif No worries, if I don't sell it this fall then I'll just use it another year instead of getting a new one smile.gif

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im sure you will be able to sell it. that way i can order your new one!!

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Any other pictures, still trying to sell it, how much?

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How does the S10 do with that boat?

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2 year old post guys

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Guys,

Your best way to get a hold of Matt is by calling or emailing him

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Haha! Jeeze, guess I shoulda' looked at the date!

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