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****SOLD**** 2003 Lund Fisherman ITS $22,500/BO/Trade 4 Smaller

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I bought this boat new in July of 2004. It is exactly what I wanted, and more, but unfortunately, I just feel bad watching it just sit there with no time to take it out. I put in Hour meters for the engines at the beginning of last season, and racked up a whole 9 on the stern drive and 6 on the 15 HP Kicker.

Click 2003 Lund Fisherman ITS to see pictures

Most of the pictures will explain everything that I have on the boat, and I will try to explain in a short list most everything,

2003 Lund Fisherman ITS

2003 4.3L Mercruiser Stern Drive (Rated at I believe 190HP)

2003 15 HP Mercury with Elec Start, trim/tilt, 4-stroke

2 step Fiberglas swimming platform

2 12V access points (bow and cockpit)

Full Instramentation (hour meters installed beginning of 2006 season)

2004 Lowrance x125 with speed and Temp

2004 Lowrance (I believe x51) In the bow

2004 Minn Kota 65PD with built in transducer

2004 Minn Kota 24V on board charger w/2 deep cycle batteries

Removable Bow Cushions

4 flush mount, 2 Rail mounts for rod holders (4 actual rod holders

2 sets of Snap in Carpet

Tape player, detatchable face, 2 speakers

Bow Cover, cockpit wind break, trailer/mooring cover, Full stand up bimini

If you have any questions feel free to e-mail me. It's located in Burnsville, wintered inbetween Alex and Brainerd. There are some scuffs from docking, shoring, but in great shape. John@MyNewHome.org

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Nice Boat!

Jon

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Thanks. I know I'll hate to see it go, and so will my 3yr old. But it just doesn't get used enough.

I think I forgot to mention that the trailer is a 2005 Shorelander trailer, surge brakes, with electronic back-up release, spare tire and mount. I towed it with a Dakota pickup and never got nervious hauling it around.

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or check http://mynewhome.org/john_j_kneisl_065.htm first, whatever set works for you. I love the boat, but am willing to let it go. A reasonable offer, A Look (I will tow it to you within reasonable distance) a trade for a smaller flat bottom boat with decent side rails and some $$, This boat was meant for some real water, Mille lacs, Lake of the Woods, Winnie, Superior, I know,...I can't get to them like i thought I would, I hope u can, I can get there to sell it!

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that is a good looking boat.

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Thanks! Wanna buy it?? Make me an offer, come take a look! I moved it to do the lawn today, and there was a spider web with babies along the fenders. I have only moved it to take care of the lawn since starting the motors 3 weeks ago to make sure everything is in working condition. I did turn over the motors today for a buyer, and everything still turns over and works. He said "awefully clean", and that he plans to get back to me. I'd rather see it bought and used rather than sitting in storage untill (5yrs as I see it) I can take my children out fishing with a chance to fish myself.

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This Boat is now sold. I had a great time dealing with fellow FM'ers. I have now bought and sold through this site, and I cannot say enough nice things about everyone I dealt with through this process. I think all FM'ers are pretty straight forward and honest people, and would only look forward to meeting more.

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If you don't mind me asking, how do you raise the front seat mount to be flush with the sides (where you had those cushions)? confused.gif

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That's Lund's ProDeck feature. With a couple spring loaded pins you can either raise or lower the front deck/pedestal.

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The custions were snap-in. And very easily removable. Just like the previous comment, it was a couple of pins on each side that slid out, and then you could pull back on the base, lift it up, and push it in at the higher level, and re-install the pins. 10-15 seconds of effort. It did take a little muscle as everything was built very "tight" fitting.

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Thanks! Figured it out the other night after seeing your pics. The salesguy never went over that with us, so it just always seemed strange that the seat post would be so low... shocked.gifwink.gif

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