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Old 03-18-2014, 05:53 AM
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I have had a recent new born obsession with sportfishes. Both new styles and classic styles. If you have a sportfishing boat post pictures of her to show her off! If you have seen one you just like, post it! It doesn't have to be yours! I wanna see them all!
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Old 03-18-2014, 06:05 AM
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One of the newer Merritt boats. They've been doing it right for a long time now.
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Old 03-18-2014, 06:09 AM
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^ sexy boat she is
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Old 03-18-2014, 06:13 AM
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Bayliss 84...maybe one day!
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Bayliss 84...maybe one day!
I heard its hard to back down.
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Old 03-18-2014, 06:21 AM
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Bayliss 84...maybe one day!
I am in love with Bayliss! Last summer I saw one cruising in the Bahamas and it was love at first sight.
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Originally Posted by rybovich18 View Post
One of the newer Merritt boats. They've been doing it right for a long time now.
Damn! That's one good looking boat!
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you have great taste !
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Old 03-18-2014, 05:03 PM
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Buy a copy of "Carolina Flare." It's worth every penny.
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Took this Saturday night from my friends deck. Stryker 44



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Also I passed the famous Viking Sunday



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Also I passed the famous Viking Sunday



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Good to know she's still floating
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Marlin Magazine,has LOTS of Pics.,an a ton of them for Sale.Fuel prices have the market flooded...
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X2 - Great book!
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Originally Posted by U561 View Post
Took this Saturday night from my friends deck. Stryker 44



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Also I passed the famous Viking Sunday



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The Striker was my grandparents first sportfishing boat. I have heard tons of stories about that little boat. They then went on to own two more Hatteras and now a Nordhavn. I've been trying extremely hard to get them back into a sportfish.

I can't wait to see that Viking once everything is finished. Sadly, that is a lloonngg way away though.
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Originally Posted by bigtuna View Post
Bayliss 84...maybe one day!
Oh my! I almost pinched myself!! That my friend is one mean machine!!!!!!!
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Bayliss 84...maybe one day!
Looks weird with the tower not complete. Looks like a second hard top up there. Must be a hell of a view from it when done.
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Looks weird with the tower not complete. Looks like a second hard top up there. Must be a hell of a view from it when done.
and no outriggers.
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This is my old girl. Still gets my heart pumping when I walk down the dock.
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