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Price Reduced 14ft Alumacraft Jon Boat w/ Yamaha Motor

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Ready to hunt, like new, 14ft Alumacraft Jon Boat with 3HP 2002 Yamaha Motor. Motor is in excellent shape. It was a kicker on a walleye boat, so it has very limited hours on it.

Boat includes:

Jon Boat Trailer with extra tire

Cabelas Removable Northern Flight Boat Blind

Cabeles Northern Flight Quick flip top for total concealment

Cabelas Wetland Reed & Cattail Blend Blind Material with wind blocker and mesh material for hanging grass.

Avery Die Cut Camo Interior

2 Advantage MAX 4 HD thick, camo, bench seats with organizing panels.

2 Portable Camo Navigation lights

2 Hunter's Specialities telescope push poles (matte green)

I hate to let my rig go, but since I took up deer archery hunting last year, and I can now duck hunt on private land, the rig is not getting used.

Asking $2200 or BO (Price was $2500)

Located in Big Lake, MN

Pictures available via e-mail or on the link below

Thanks for looking.



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Price reduced on boat. Check it out....



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A few people have contacted me directly via e-mail so I wanted to share that...

If you are interested in my rig without the motor, I would sell it all without the motor for only 1550.00

That is a great deal when you add up my duck hunting package.

Thanks for looking


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