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Old 05-15-2019, 04:34 AM
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I recently sold my Cayman 246 and I am looking for a smaller used bay boat for inshore and nearshore. I have been eyeing the Sea Pro SV2100, but was wondering any other suggestions for this area? I fish Southport to Little River. My budget is $15,000. And yes, I have used the search function! Most results are outdated or for areas not local to me.
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Old 05-15-2019, 06:31 AM
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I just bought a 2008 187 scout sportfish with a Yamaha 115. I bought it for inshore/nearshore fishing out of Wilmington. Definitely take a look at them! Quality boat. There's a few for sale.
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Old 05-15-2019, 06:37 AM
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Thank you for the feedback. I have seen a few and they look pretty nice. I will look more closely at them.
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Old 05-15-2019, 11:33 AM
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Originally Posted by sistm6 View Post
I recently sold my Cayman 246 and I am looking for a smaller used bay boat for inshore and nearshore. I have been eyeing the Sea Pro SV2100, but was wondering any other suggestions for this area? I fish Southport to Little River. My budget is $15,000. And yes, I have used the search function! Most results are outdated or for areas not local to me.
I have the boat you need but I canít sell it until after king tourney season in October.
I fish the same area as you. I have a fully rebuilt 21 mako deep v hull. New 4lb foam new 86 gallon gas tank new seastR very good t top with new canvas
when you buy a used boat it 99% about the motor. Mine has a f175 xa with 3 1/2 years warranty left. Motor is mint with a whopping 145 hrs on it. Boat runs VERY dry and can handle more than you can. Will run 40 mph.
If you want to fish some together and try it out let me know. I live near Charlotte but from north myrtle. My folks are there and Iím down offer.
Plan on asking 18 for it but if you can wit til late October Iíll let it go for 15. Iím saving up for a f300 to go on a 25 mako Iím rebuilding. Hate to have to sell it. Itís a steal at 15. Includes trailer
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I have the boat you need but I canít sell it until after king tourney season in October.
I fish the same area as you. I have a fully rebuilt 21 mako deep v hull. New 4lb foam new 86 gallon gas tank new seastR very good t top with new canvas
when you buy a used boat it 99% about the motor. Mine has a f175 xa with 3 1/2 years warranty left. Motor is mint with a whopping 145 hrs on it. Boat runs VERY dry and can handle more than you can. Will run 40 mph.
If you want to fish some together and try it out let me know. I live near Charlotte but from north myrtle. My folks are there and Iím down offer.
Plan on asking 18 for it but if you can wit til late October Iíll let it go for 15. Iím saving up for a f300 to go on a 25 mako Iím rebuilding. Hate to have to sell it. Itís a steal at 15. Includes trailer
Great deal!!!
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Old 05-15-2019, 11:44 AM
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Originally Posted by Tossedabout View Post

I have the boat you need but I canít sell it until after king tourney season in October.
I fish the same area as you. I have a fully rebuilt 21 mako deep v hull. New 4lb foam new 86 gallon gas tank new seastR very good t top with new canvas
when you buy a used boat it 99% about the motor. Mine has a f175 xa with 3 1/2 years warranty left. Motor is mint with a whopping 145 hrs on it. Boat runs VERY dry and can handle more than you can. Will run 40 mph.
If you want to fish some together and try it out let me know. I live near Charlotte but from north myrtle. My folks are there and Iím down offer.
Plan on asking 18 for it but if you can wit til late October Iíll let it go for 15. Iím saving up for a f300 to go on a 25 mako Iím rebuilding. Hate to have to sell it. Itís a steal at 15. Includes trailer
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Old 05-15-2019, 12:07 PM
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I have an SV 2100 and I think they are pretty hard to beat in this size range.

If you want to drive to Texas I could make you a proud new owner Time to scratch that different boat itch
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Originally Posted by HTJ View Post
I have an SV 2100 and I think they are pretty hard to beat in this size range.

If you want to drive to Texas I could make you a proud new owner Time to scratch that different boat itch
I appreciate it, but Texas is a bit far for me.
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what made you sell the 246? they seem to have a strong following
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Old 05-15-2019, 02:47 PM
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The Cayman was a very versatile and well built boat. We are wanting to build a house and I couldnít justify the cost of ownership with the amount of time I used it. So I am downsizing
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Originally Posted by sistm6 View Post
The Cayman was a very versatile and well built boat. We are wanting to build a house and I couldnít justify the cost of ownership with the amount of time I used it. So I am downsizing
roger that best of luck with your search
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