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Shorelunch

2003 1800 Lund Fisherman

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2003 18 foot Lund Fisherman with a 2003 Suzuki DF140 four stroke motor. Trailer is a 3100# Shorlandr roller trailer with brakes and spare. Trolling motor is a Minn Kota 64# Power Drive (60" shaft/24 volt) with Autopilot, Universal Sonar and Co-Pilot. Boat has a full walk-through windshield, IPS hull, sun/rain top, stereo, convertable bow, aft flip up seats, side rod locker, bilge pump, two livewells and interior lights. Plusses include on-board charger, swing toungue, Lowrance LMS 320 GPS/Sonar combo w/chip, Lowrance X52 on bow, stainless steel prop, three Pro Ride/Air Ride seats and transom saver. Boat, motor and trailer are all in very nice shape. Boat is white exterior with tan carpet.

Asking $18,500. Please email at jm55304@yahoo.com or call (218) 444-4839.

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Has a travel cover?

Trailer have a swing tongue?

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Quote:

Has a travel cover?

Trailer have a swing tongue?


It has a swing tongue but not a travel cover, just a mouring cover.

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Shorelunch, I would like to see those pictures "full screen" if you could email me at sunsethusky1@gokenora.com that would be appreciated.

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Hemlock, I just emailed photos to the address in you email.

Also, forgot to mention above that this boat also has a water/fuel seperator too.

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Haven't received it yet, but I'll give it a few minutes to come down from cyber land.....Good to know about fuel/water separator.

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I just sent another email to the address above. There's five pictures in the email.

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Got it, thanks...hopefully you got my reply over email with more questions. Looks like a nice and well maintained boat.

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Boat is still available. Lots of inquiries, but no offers yet.

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Hey sounds like a great offer, I'll talk to my better half and see if she will let me come up and take a look at it. One question I have to ask, why are you selling it?

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I recently got a job in the fishing industry and need to switch boat and motor brands. Otherwise, I'd be more-than-happy keeping her.

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WOW, not to be too nosy, but what boat did they "make" you buy? I'm not sure if thats the right wording on my part. confused.gif Did they atleast give you a good deal or assistance to switch brands?

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No, "make" isn't the right word. Sponsors pay the bills so I/we like to support them in turn - and the discount helps some.

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This looks like a great rig and a good buy. I'd have snapped it up a couple months ago if it had been available then.

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Thanks Scoot - and you're right it is a great boat and is a good deal. In fact, it just sold to an FMer this morning.

Boat is sold. Thank you for your interest.

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Thank you Shore Lunch! Looking forward to "free delivery" and many outings in this rig. grin.gifgrin.gif

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Story of my life---Day Late! frown.gif

Hemlock, you will enjoy the boat, I have logged a few/many hours in that rig and it has been an absolute joy to fish from.

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Great to hear! I've been watching the "Fisherman" for a few years, and I think it's the right boat for walleye fishing and managing a family/gear, etc. I also love Suzuki 4 strokes.

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Shorelunch,

Drop me an email or give me a call.... I can second Shorelunch's boat... He takes good care of his TOYS... You got a great buy!!!!

Beef

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I got it today, and I'm pleased so far. Shorelunch and I took it out for a cruise on the lake. Nice rig!

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Hemlock you got a great boat at a good price. That motor will do ya real well. From what I hear from guys who run them those Suzuki's are pretty much bulletproof.

So when do I get to come up and help break that baby in?

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This thread is like the Energizer bunny....I'll be sending out invitations soon, Northlander. crazy.gif

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It was a pleasure to meet you up at Kenora, Hemlock. The Fisherman has a good home on LOW. The Loomis must have been hiding on the top of the rod locker, eh? Too funny.

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Put a 110 miles on her yesterday. Windy as could be, and we had a great day. Love the boat! It was great to meet you too John. Let me know what you want to do with the fishing rod.

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