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17 foot huskey jon 4- sale

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Up for sale is a 1991 Lowe 17ft Huskey Jon

It is a modified V hull and has an aluminum floor this boat is deep and wide. It also has 12 gallon gas tank,stainless steel livewell,2 batteries,bilge pump,front casting pedastal seat and one mounted seat in back of boat. The floor is wide open no seats. minkota powerdrive 48lbthrust bow mount trolling motor,rod holders and is equipped with a Lowrance LMS350A depth finder and a Lowrance 2400 globalmap gps (with MN chip).

This boat has custom paint in cattail camo.

Sparton bunk trailer with spare,and tongejack and life time licence.

The motor is a 1987 Classic 50 merc (long shaft) tiller and has rebuilt fuel pump,rebuilt carbs,electric start,new prop last spring. this doesn't have tilt and trim.

The motor runs and starts exellent.

This boat also comes with a removeable fold down duck hunting blind that is covered with the avery realgrass, some new and some older and a storage/seat/gunbox is also included.

This boat is set up for BIG WATER hunting or fishing along with being at home on the river.

I think this boat is a all season boat and I'm asking $5,250.00 for it. if you have any questions about this boat you can e-mail me a or call me at 763-807-0964 .

Iam in the process of taking pics of the boat and will post them soon.

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Here are some pics of the boat I will try to get some with the blind and without it.



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