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Old 09-13-2019, 06:49 PM
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I assume in Florida you don’t have to make long runs to go ”offshore”. I will tell you the c-hawk doesn’t have a very large tank for the boat size. We have 200 plus mile days fishing up here.

I had just returned from an offshore tuna trip and ran into a guy at the ramp with a big c hawk he had just bought. My boats a 23’ Parker and has a 137 gallons. The c-hawk was a much larger boat and only had slightly more fuel and he had 2 250 hp motors. He was scared to go beyond about 38 miles out. Our day was spent 75 miles out. He was a little upset about his new boats limited range.