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Hey Cheffrey I posted in the classified but I thought I would catch you here too. I am interested in your boat. So shoot me an e-mail where I can reach you with a # or I can give you mine. My e-mail is elevatorgod@hotmail.com. I am leaving fri for turkey hunting but I do want to make it back for the coho cleanup but either way I would like to look at the boat before I leave or I will catch you when I get back

Marshall

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He's in Cabo right now, he should be back next week if he doesn't get tossed in the slammer grin.gif

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Ya they will have fun with him in a jail cell down there! grin.gif Although from what he tells me he can hang with the jailbirds pretty good. blush.gifblush.gif

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Looking a a used boat 21ft cutty cab lake sup ready 4cyl inboard trailor re-done intorior and exterior carpting boat is good shape runs do ya think 1000.00 is to much or what>>>later the load

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If you can find a boat for that price ready for the big lake, it sounds like a deal. What year and make is the boat ? by ready , do you mean rigged to fish ?

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Well I will catch up with him when I get back from turkey hunting. Maybe if I am lucky I'll make back for the coho cleanup.

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EG, check in the for sale forum.

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