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bowhunter54

1994 Crestliner 175 Sport Fish SOLD

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bowhunter54

1994 Crestliner 175 Sport Fish 115 HP Volvo Penta I/O (EZ on gas) Hummingbird locator, Live well, Bimini top, 55# Minnkota trolling motor (5 years old) Spartan roller trailer with brakes and spare. $6795.....SOLD

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RosoRiverRat

very interested, could you email me some contact info such as a phone #, etc.

[email protected]

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Outfitter17

I am also interested in some contact info

[email protected]

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poorbiker

Very interested in your boat. Please send me your phone number to [email protected]

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Offalot

Is it still forsale?

Please send contact info to...

[email protected]

Thanks

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bowhunter54

I have responded to those of you requesting contact information, if you have not received this info let me know and will try again. This boat was serviced about three years ago at the dealership in Little Falls and has seen little use since that time thus the reason for the sale. The only problem I am aware of is the Trim indacator gauge works every other time the key is turned, haven't been able to figure that out and the batteries may need to be replaced.

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hiccup

What's the status of the boat? I'm interested in taking a look. Can you let me know how to get in touch with you?

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bowhunter54

I can be reached at [email protected] or give me your email and will send you my telephone #.

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    • eyeguy 54
    • rundrave
      Where are you seeing this reported?
    • eyeguy 54
      not snagged   https://www.inforum.com/sports/outdoors/1009136-McFeely-Lincoln-angler-breaks-N.D.-state-walleye-record-but-doesnt-think-itll-last-long
    • gimruis
      Supposedly this fish was snagged.  I am reading online at various sources that it may be prohibited from state record certification.
    • TSquared
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    • Spearing Machine
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    • delcecchi
      Fake chirp as marketing gimmick.    They need something to convince folks to buy their unit and dump their unit from two years ago.    I am reserving judgement on the new higher frequency units.  "mega" and equiv.   Side scan actually seems like it could be useful.  Lots of stuff is changing these days in electronics.       I think what would be cool is an underwater drone with several transducers that communicates back to the boat wirelessly with sonar and video.....    Fresh water doesn't block radio waves too much so probably could use radio communication at least for a limited distance.       Some sort of modulated acoustic waves would work too.       Can't you just see, sitting in the boat, driving the mini-sub around looking  for fish, with sonar to help?   I bet the open water musky guys would pay big bucks for one....😂
    • Kettle
      https://www.valleynewslive.com/content/news/Big-fish-likely-NDs-largest-walleye-ever-caught-508887291.html   16lbs 9 ounces, 32.5 inches, absolute hawg of an eye
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      Unbelievable! For a fish?
    • eyeguy 54
      no prob that you want to die fishing. but no sense in hurrying it up. lol