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Old 09-26-2017, 09:44 PM
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Default 2010 Hewes Redfisher 18 only 217 hrs

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Excellent condition
Yamaha 150 four stroke (200 hrs)
Minnkota Ipilot 24v 80lb thrust
Dual bait wells hold tons of bait
Garmin GPSMAP 741s gps/depth combo
3 bank Onboard charger
Lots of storage
Poling platform
Power pole XL
Trim tabs
$800 custom cover
Continental galvanized trailer
Meticulously maintained
Motor always flushed for with freshwater after EVERY use
Asking $29,500
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Sarasota FL
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Old 09-27-2017, 02:36 AM
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Very fair price on a well equipped boat. I still miss mine. GLWS
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Old 10-01-2017, 06:27 AM
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Still for sale?
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Old 10-01-2017, 07:01 AM
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Yes sir
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Old 10-01-2017, 07:31 AM
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What color is the hull ?
Could you post pics of trailer ?
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Old 10-01-2017, 08:08 AM
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That is nice!
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Old 10-01-2017, 12:43 PM
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It’s a cool shade of brown (IMO) sorry these are the only pics I have of trailer
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Sick ride! GLWS!
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Old 10-02-2017, 12:42 PM
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It's very hard to see , is there a jack plate ?
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No sir, no jack plate. I was surprised that it didn't have one when I bought it but after owning it and running the flats with it I realized that it would have been unnecessary and overkill. With the trim tabs down and motor trimmed up a little this boat will run anywhere I would want to.
With 10" draft and trim tabs down I "comfortably" run in 18 inches. I don't have the stones to try to run and shallower than that. Which explains why the skeg is in such great condition. haha
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What speeds/gph are you getting may I ask?
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Originally Posted by nuccifish View Post
What speeds/gph are you getting may I ask?
Although I rarely go there, WOT is somewhere in low 50s. Not sure what gph is there is no fuel flow sensor currently on Boat. I guesstimate 5 mpg when I’m planning my consumption
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Found performance data

bulletin_4stroke_hpv6_rel_hws-redfisher18-f150tlr.pdf
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nice boat GLWS
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Thank you sir, yeah gonna be a sad day when she leaves, caught thousands of snook
with her
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Nice boat.....story of my life. Was looking before Irma, found an 18 Redfisher on the East Coast that I bought. Wanted one with a 150, settled for a couple of years newer but with a 115. Yours would have been perfect for what I was looking for. Good Luck.
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Originally Posted by Beak Boater View Post
Nice boat.....story of my life. Was looking before Irma, found an 18 Redfisher on the East Coast that I bought. Wanted one with a 150, settled for a couple of years newer but with a 115. Yours would have been perfect for what I was looking for. Good Luck.
Thank you sir.
I'm sure yours is a fish catchin machine too, not sure how big of a difference 35hp makes to the fish
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Is the trailer up to a long distance trip? Lights work, bearings and tires Ok? Spare?
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Trailer is a Continental which is a top notch trailer. Bearings are good, tires are probably original but low miles. I store trailer on concrete so they stay dry. No spare because I never use trailer. Not sure about the lights but easy fix there if I need to.
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