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Always wanted to be in a forum all by myself!

Views are piling up! Welcome to the LIT UP Sportfishing personal forum. Very soon, I will be open to questions.

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So, insurance........
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I hate to see all of this effort going to waste.

Thank you for the warm welcome.
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We here at Wake Zone Insurance appreciate you. We insure all wakes.....big wakes by inconsiderate skippers in big boats to small wakes from the youngsters in Jon boats. Today, there is no reason for a wake to go uninsured.
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No one wanted to be #2.
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We here at Wake Zone Insurance appreciate you. We insure all wakes.....big wakes by inconsiderate skippers in big boats to small wakes from the youngsters in Jon boats. Today, there is no reason for a wake to go uninsured.

Would you consider Insuring an Irish wake?
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Would you consider Insuring an Irish wake?

Since I am the only one here, I will insure anything!!
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We just went to Grand Cay last week and did well. I can "insure" you that the fish are there. OK, I know that sentence was a bit of a stretch to use the work insure but we are an insurance company so I had to.

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Coverage on a new build? I can PM the details, boats located in Homestead, FL
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Coverage on a new build? I can PM the details, boats located in Homestead, FL

I'm feeling generous. I propose that Wake Zone Insurance provide free coverage.
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Looking to change away from current insurance carrier. Please contact me. Thank you
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Currently building a new boat. looking to insure in the next month or so. send me a message, thanks
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We are Wake Zone, you must get in our wake and call us. Somos Malos!
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How did I ever miss this forum?

It is very underutilized.

I will keep you in mind if i ever decide to insure my wake
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I don't think anybody is a wake.
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Flash deal - if you can get Wake Zone to respond here - your insurance is free!
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Looking for a change in boat insurance. Email me at shotnbeer1@comcast.net. Thanks
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Looking for a change in boat insurance. Email me at shotnbeer1@comcast.net. Thanks

We don't really have a market for boat captain's who drink a shot and a beer. Sorry
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What's ballpark on insuring this size wake ?


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I know your company insures the zone where the wake is but do you insure the zone that comes before the wake, otherwise known as the boat zone?
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