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Old 10-12-2017, 05:27 PM   #1
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Bought my fish salt water boat. It's a 2008 mako 234cc with a 300 verado 262 hours. Gonna get some curtains, outriggers, and some flush mount rod holders in the transom installed and she should be good to go.
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Congrats man. Too many white spots - She needs some blood on the deck
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Old 10-12-2017, 05:46 PM   #3
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Default Congratulations, nice boat!

Looks good, lightly used. Enjoy. Take Allfisher's advice, get some blood on it.
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Bad ride for your first!
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Thanks guys I appreciate it, I'm looking forward to picking her up this weekend and taking her out this weekend.
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Old 10-13-2017, 01:08 AM   #6
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Sweet looking ride. Enjoy her, and use her often.
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Old 10-13-2017, 04:29 AM   #7
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She's beautiful, check out the Mate Series rod holders. They are a drink and rod holder in one. You could replace your stern cup holders with a pair and saving some drilling and space back there. You could even turn the angles to the side giving you a better spread.

http://www.mateseries.com

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Very clean and great choice. She'll do well in the bay
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Great boat, many good times ahead! Congratulations!
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Congrats, very nice looking ride!
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Congrats. Nice ride for the first one, just in time for the best fishing now, Fall!
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Congratulations looks like a nice boat. Hopefully I’ll be in a new boat by the spring.
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Clean looking boat. It is a great size and boat for this area. Get some curtains and your al set for the fall/spring
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Thanks guys! I have already Got a quote on the curtains, and stopped by bass pro and picked up some of my safety gear today. Gonna take her out Tommorrow on the pocomoke river and get used to her that's as long as the weather gets better.
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Congratulations looks like a nice boat. Hopefully I’ll be in a new boat by the spring.
What kinda boat you plan on getting?
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Bought my fish salt water boat. It's a 2008 mako 234cc with a 300 verado 262 hours. Gonna get some curtains, outriggers, and some flush mount rod holders in the transom installed and she should be good to go.
Nice boat. Get out as often as you can and enjoy it!
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I’m not sure yet. I would love a new Whitewater 28 or 32 and really like the parker 2801 and composite 26 but a new boat is just not going to happen. I am working on a deal on a used boat and hope we can make it work. Op enjoy your boat
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