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Discussion in 'LOCAL OKLAHOMA TALK' started by Katmandeux, Feb 4, 2009.
There's a Pro-Cat 240 up there, if any of you guys are interested.
I know one fellar who is real interested, that's my fishing partner's boat, he gets to pick it up next week when it's done doing boat show duty. Poor guy hasn't even seen it yet, just pictures.. :smile2:
I plan on getting up there in the next day or two and look forward to seeing that boat in person.
I'll be there Friday night around 6PM or so.
There's one really great booth...Downstream Casino...the um...staff...:wink:
Should I bring some shad with me to the boat show and leave him a suprise in the livewell. That would smell real good after a few days.:tounge_out::smile2: Sounds like you and your tourney partner will be fishing in style and comfort.
I don't think it would phase him too much, he is a pretty serious catman. Steve has been fishing the rivers out of a 200HP fiberglass ski boat for years, landing probably more big catfish out of it than anybody else around these parts. It's good to see him get a real cat boat, and I've got no complaints about having to ride along in it :wink:
I am going Saturday. What booth is the SeaArk in?
Well I got down there last night and seen the sea arks. Wow the 240 is quite a boat. My two daughters loved the breast cancer awareness pink camo boat. I really liked the 1872 jon. With 1/8 inch hulls and lifetime gaurantee these boats will last longer than those 50's and 60's models v-hulls. Those same jons in a tracker grizzly brand would run about 1500.00 less than a sea ark but the hull would be thinner. Value=tracker Qaulity=SeaArk
This is what they liked so much!
You're right...that 1872 is a hoss! I see possibilities...my recliner would fit nicely.:smile2:
I was there Saturday with one of my sons. Saw some really nice boats. I always go to the boat show and usually try to not hit it on the weekend, this year it was the only day that would work. I could not believe how few people were there and again I was there on Saturday. It was a sad but probably accurate view of our economy.