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DuckStupid

Crestliner 1850 sportfish

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DuckStupid    0
DuckStupid

I'm in the market for a new boat, I'm finally upgrading my (old) 14 ft mirrocraft with the 20 hp johnson and found an 2002 1850 sportfish with a 150 merc xr6 on it that looks like it's in great shape for the money I want to spend on a boat. Any opinions on the boat / motor. good/bad. I want something I can fish, but also want something I can load the family in and go for a little ride. The kids are getting old enough where I want to them to be able to do a little skiing, etc. I realize the sportfish is a bit of a compromise boat, but it sure looks like something I could get used to fishing out of as well...

Any and all comments appreciated.

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kpj5br

This is a wonderful boat, I have a 21 footer in the same model. There are very few complaints I could make about it, in fact, nothing substantial to even list here.

I will add, this discussion has taken place a few times before on this forum, so you might search those, there's a lot of opinions.

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DuckStupid

Will do, thanks for the note ...

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BDR

I use the same boat in a 97. It is a great all purpose boat. I fish tournies with it, Take the family fishin(4 kids), ski/tube all day, whatever. My only complaint is when I have to fill that 43 gallon gas tank!

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DuckStupid

Well, I'm going to do it ...pick it up Thursday night. I'm pretty stoked and can't wait to get it out on the water. Never had this much boat before.

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