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caseymcq

2005 Alumacraft 1236 Jon Boat

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2005 Alumacraft 1236 Jon Boat. 12' Long 36" wide. 125 lbs. 15hp rating. Great for a duck boat. $550 OBO

If you would like pictures email me at caseymcq@hotmail.com

Questions? Call Casey @ (218)827-2593

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The picture of the boat from the side was taken under trees and the rails have the sun coming through the branches and needles. The rails are not scratched and scuffed like they may appear to be in the picture.

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Duck season is upon us. This is a great boat for ponds, sloughs, streams, etc. Good car-topper boat too, only 125 lbs.

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Open water season is right around the corner. grin.gifgrin.gifgrin.gif

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Are you interested in any kind of trades? I have a few items and I do lawn/tree related work also.

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I would like to just stick to cash.

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I understand. Unfortunately, cash is something I don't have. GOod luck with your sale. I will watch you ad in case I find a sack of money on the side of the road.

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Casey,

What is your bottom dollar on the john boat.

Mark

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I am asking $550. If I get an offer I am comfortable with I will take that.

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Open water is here for most of the state and fishing opener is right around the corner.

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Where are you located?

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Babbitt

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I have been thinking on getting exactly what you have, I was concerned about how they handle in waves and the stability. How did you find it, I would be fishing out on big water.

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I would not recommend this boat for big water. It is a small shallow boat. It is great for small lakes or rivers.

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Duck hunting is right around the corner and this boat is still available.

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email sent!

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