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**SOLD** 2001 Lund 17' Angler w/2001 50 hp Yamaha 4-Stroke Tiller

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2001 Lund 17' Angler

2001 50 hp Yamaha 4-Stroke Tiller

Lowrance X125

60 lb. Bow Mount Minnkota

Wave Wackers

Travel Cover

Spartan Roller Trailer

Excellent Condition

$8,500.00

Call Philly at 320-905-1132 and leave message

Will e-mail pictures upon request

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Musky_Madness
brainyb@hotmail.com Pics please...

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Ice Cold

pics please.

jdwilf@hotmail.com

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rollineyes

Pics Please

braack@acegroup.cc

Thanks

rollineyes

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highcountry

pics please

bobf@rea-alp.com

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Ice Cold

A couple questions. What is the max hp rating on the boat? What is the top speed on the boat with the 50 hp motor?

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sweept

Ice Cold, the boat is a max of 75 hp and it does 28-30 with the 50 hp. Quitest motor out and trolls like a dream. If you are looking for an excellent fishing boat jump on this one. I am listing this for a friend so if anyone has any questions try calling the # listed in the add. Thanks for your interest quys.

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sweept

pics sent

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icatcher

Pics please. jlahood1@msn.com

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bear05

Could i get some pics. somandj@yahoo.com

Thanks

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BIG DIESEL

pics please

mcoien@fedins.com

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Seabass77

pics please jsebesta@hotmail.com

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sweept

pics again sent

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walleyeking#8

Fished many times in philly's boat, it is a really nice boat, motor, and trailer package. Personally if i was able to afford it, it wouldn't be on this site. It is a great boat and i am not just saying that because hes a friend. Somebody jump on it before it is to late.

WK8

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MinnesotaMongo

Could you send pix to me as well? monte.meyer@gmail.com

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nofish

where abouts are you located? I am really interested in your boat. Is there anything else about the boat, any other extras:livewell, baitwell, storage?

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sweept

No fish, we are located 20 miles west of Willmar. Clara City is the name of our town. As far as the detailed info on the boat best if you would call the # listed on the add. I am not the owner and have just listed this for a friend.

Thanks.

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