I have decided to sell my little treasure after owning it since new. I want to buy a flats boat with no hull slap and the ability to easily fish three adults... that is the only reason for selling. Boat has been garage kept since new. Motor flushed after every use. This is the most practical boat I have ever owned... Can do the bays, creeks, rivers, duck hunting etc.
The boat has been completely customized with anodized aluminum poling platform with recessed LED deck lights, epoxy coated marine grade plywood decks and walk around gunnels, rod tube for 10' fly rod on each gunnel, 6 guage wiring from the console via 50 amp breaker for 24V trolling motor system, all stainless hardware and piano hinges on deck, hatch storage in three places, small livewell in console, bilge pump... Not sure how many hours the motor has probably around 700. The engine is a 2001-2002 Mercury 50 which runs flawlessly and always has. It has always been run on full synthetic oil and 93 octane fuel. The boat runs around 33-34MPH wide open and is a very heavy, solid, good riding aluminum skiff. There is a 4 degree deadrise. The trailer is a aluminum I beam manufactured by Long in Tarboro, NC which was purchased new about 5 years ago. It is rated for 1800lbs. The trolling motor is a Minn Kota Rip Tide 24V which moves the boat at about 5MPH at max speed. Boat also includes a 21' carbon fiber push pole which cost me $900. The fish finder is kind of a P.O.S..... Garmin 100... shows the bottom, accurate temp, and lies about fish! LOL.
$4500 for a boat you can do anything inshore with!
Please PM me if interested. These pics are from last week.
2002 Alumacraft 1650 center console
2002 Mercury 50 HP which runs perfect
2006 aluminum I beam trailer
21' carbon fiber push pole
2008 Minn Kota 24V trolling motor
Custom made anodized aluminum poling platform (painted to conceal while duck hunting)
LED courtesy lights
Massive amounts of storage
portable 6 gallon gas tank