Traded bass tracker

Discussion in 'Boating' started by gamedog357, Oct 7, 2008.

  1. gamedog357

    gamedog357 New Member

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    Well guys I traded my bass tracker for a 1989 lone star fiberglass center console (even trade). It is 18 ft with 90 hp chrystler motor in great shape. It is a very deep v-boat with high side. It sit very high in the water which is why I traded (felt safer with the kids). I am very happy with the trade looking to take it out next weekend first trip wish me luck. I will post pics soon. Boat has everything I could want lots of room, high sides, bimini top, solid running motor, new cooler seat, recessed rod holders, and can handle any type of water we may fish.
     
  2. brother hilljack

    brother hilljack New Member

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    Sounds like a great trade, congrats and let us know what you think of new boat, also we want pictures:)
     

  3. Brentkeele

    Brentkeele New Member

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    Looking forward to seeing the pics!!
     
  4. gamedog357

    gamedog357 New Member

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    here are some pics
     

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  5. gamedog357

    gamedog357 New Member

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    more pics
     

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  6. gamedog357

    gamedog357 New Member

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    even more pics
     

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  7. Mickey

    Mickey New Member Supporting Member

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    Jason thanks for sharing the pics of your boat. Looks good. Enjoy your new ride and good fishing.
     
  8. Big Sam

    Big Sam Well-Known Member

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    looks like ya did good so far....she'll handle rough water for sure!!:tounge_out: