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SpringerGuy

2003 Warrior V1890 BT Eagle XST

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See photos at www.polebender.com. Minnesota Walleye Trail staff boat!

2003 Warrior V1890 BT Eagle XST, 2003 Warrior Trail trailer, 2003 Mercury 135hp XL Optiman w/stainless prop, Mercury Smartcraft System instrument package & Pro Tiller Steering System, MinnKota Power Drive w/Auto Pilot and Universal Sonar ~ 24 volt ~ Minnkota Quick-Release mount, Lowrance LCX-15mt with GPS, Lowrance X-87, Erichsen Marine Canvas custom travel cover, 3 Interstate batteries, extra power pedestal seat, seat upgrades, Shift-ezze shift handle, Fish-On! Rod holders, retractable transom tie down system, Swivel-Eze transom saver, Johnny Ray swivel mounts.

This boat is loaded and ready to go at $23,000. Give Jim a call to view or go for a test ride at 507-764-2668 or 507-236-3442 cell. E-mail at mwt@frontiernet.net

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SpringerGuy

Price has been reduced $500.00. This boat looks Brand New!

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Chris Haley

Hey Tom

Your link only goes to photos of the winners with no links to other parts of your site.

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Chris Haley

that's weird, when I go into it with netscape I get just the photos. When I go into it with internet explorer I get the whole home page.

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Bigfife

Sharp looking boat!

Go under the guide link and then click on the classifieds link on the bottom left. That is how I got there.

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TommyJ33

sweet outfit cool.gif. I would gobble up the offer if I had the money. smirk.gif

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TMan

Holy smokes Tom, 52..? That explains the receeding hairline!

Take care.

Mike

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SpringerGuy

Mike, If I had any hair left, it would be gone. You know God did a good job of covering up his mistakes!

PoleBender

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SpringerGuy

This boat looks and runs like brand new.

PoleBender

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SpringerGuy

Come on guys, or you miss out on one heck of a ride!

Polebender

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Guest

How slow will the Opti troll down to on a calm day?

How many hours on it?

How much oil does it use in a year?

Thanks

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SpringerGuy

Skindog,

She'll troll along about 2.2 mph at 600 RPM's.

Fairly low hours, we don't fish in many tournaments anymore.

It uses very little oil.

Boat looks like new.

PoleBender

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SpringerGuy

Bump

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SpringerGuy

Thanks to all who where interested. This boat is sold.

The new Warrior will be ordered on Monday.

PoleBender

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SpringerGuy

This boat is sold!

Thanks for your interest.

PoleBender

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