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Old 12-17-2010, 02:26 PM
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Here is mine. Got it last spring,,,cant wait till this spring Name:  IMAG0016_crop.jpg
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Old 12-17-2010, 02:34 PM
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Got it a week ago today.
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Old 12-17-2010, 04:25 PM
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Got it 2 years ago. 22' Skeeter ZX2200 bay.



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Old 12-18-2010, 12:39 PM
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Was only able to keep it a year then the wife wanted a lake boat.....
This was at Bay City Lodge in Apalachicola, Florida Fall 2009
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Old 12-18-2010, 01:43 PM
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Here's the 2004 SV2100cc I had when I joined the site and the basis for my handle. I kept it for 3 years, great boat/motor.
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Purchased new in 2004 Sea Fox 205 Bay with 115 Suzuki 4 stroke.
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Old 12-20-2010, 07:02 AM
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This is the 4th member of my family. Its 21.5 long and 6 wide on the bottom and it has a 200 optimax on the back.
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Old 12-20-2010, 07:48 AM
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This is the 4th member of my family. Its 21.5 long and 6 wide on the bottom and it has a 200 optimax on the back.

That is bad a$$.
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Originally Posted by fishaholic82 View Post
This is the 4th member of my family. Its 21.5 long and 6 wide on the bottom and it has a 200 optimax on the back.

Man, that is awesome...
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Originally Posted by fishaholic82 View Post
This is the 4th member of my family. Its 21.5 long and 6 wide on the bottom and it has a 200 optimax on the back.

What manufacturer?? Nice!!
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Originally Posted by Shiphascomein View Post
That is bad a$$.
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Man, that is awesome...
Thanks ya'll I've had it for almost a year now and I love it. Can't wait till spring to get here the oil spill screwed up our offshore speck fishing( I bought the boat 3 weeks before the spill) but I was able to out there twice and it performed great. We've have managed to get it slimy with a bunch of reds lately but there's just something about those summertime yellow mouths!
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What manufacturer?? Nice!!
There was actually 2 builders. The original owner had A-1 Custom Fab in Morgan City build the hull with a small front deck and a little console then couldn't afford his notes so his boss bought it and had Sportsman's Fab in Morgan City build a bigger front deck and console added a back deck and widden the gunnel rails. Then I bought from him cause he never had time to use it. It was 2 years old when I bought it. Sportsman's Fab did an awesome job all the batteries have trays to keep them in place and both battery chargers have custom mounting plates to secure them. There's so many little things that he did that makes it much nicer than a lot of the builders do.
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Originally Posted by fishaholic82 View Post
This is the 4th member of my family. Its 21.5 long and 6 wide on the bottom and it has a 200 optimax on the back.









All that I can say is WOW!!!

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Originally Posted by fishaholic82 View Post
There was actually 2 builders. The original owner had A-1 Custom Fab in Morgan City build the hull with a small front deck and a little console then couldn't afford his notes so his boss bought it and had Sportsman's Fab in Morgan City build a bigger front deck and console added a back deck and widden the gunnel rails. Then I bought from him cause he never had time to use it. It was 2 years old when I bought it. Sportsman's Fab did an awesome job all the batteries have trays to keep them in place and both battery chargers have custom mounting plates to secure them. There's so many little things that he did that makes it much nicer than a lot of the builders do.
Heavy boat? Must move out well with the 200 on it. Any more pics?
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Heavy boat? Must move out well with the 200 on it. Any more pics?
The hull is 3/16" and the decks console and double bottom is 1/8. Its heavy but still lighter than fiberglass. As far as speed I have it proped out with a 21 pitch double cup prop and my top speed is 59 mph but it jumps out the hole and gets on step like a rocket. I had a buddy's 25 pitch prop off his bass boat on it a while back and it hit 67 mph but it was a dog out the hole. I don't have anymore pics right now but if I get a chance I'll take some more.
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2010 Sea Hunt BX24 - got her this spring..... still fishing her now - not waiting till next spring






Some other good photos of Bay Boats over at the Bay Boat Forum...
http://bayboatforum.proboards.com/
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