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Thats right, I got a boat today. It is ready for the water except for a few small items that I need. But as far as being legal, I'm good to go. Here are a few pictures of the boat. It was dark so bare with me.










 
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This is the first boat that I have ever owned that had a motor, fish finder, trailer, and did not leak. LOL How sad is that. LOL
 
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TampaCountryBoy said:
Let us know when you Christen her. Good luck, remember those life jackets

I think the Life Jacket is the only thing I need, which is one of the most important equipment on a boat.
 

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All Right congratulations. A boat is a hole in the water that you throw money in. Remember that. By the Way those fenders go on the trailer.
 
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Congrats Bobby. Here is to God's blessing on that boat and many awesome :fishing01: memories
 

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Congratulations! That looks just like something I need. You are going to have so much fun in it.
I was just thinking about that a couple of days ago. I could afford a boat like that I think. I just wouldn't get to use it a whole lot with all of the hours I'm working.
Congrats again and thanks for sharing!
 

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Thats awesome Bobby! :clap: She looks seaworthy and bassin ready for sure! :D

:cheers:
 
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imonembad said:
By the Way those fenders go on the trailer.
LOL!! Yea I know. The guy that I bought the boat from made that trailer and said he didn't want the fenders on it but he thought that I might so he sent them with the boat.

Thanks for the compliments. I know it isn't the bestbass boat out their or the prettiest but I sure like it.
 

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Shoot I just wish I *had* a boat! I wouldn't care what it looked like as long as it doesn't sink while in the middle of the lake! Most of those darn bass boats cost more than a car!

David :thumbup01:
 

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Bobby, I'll give you some free advice, take it or leave it. I would find me a good 12 volt trolling motor and start learning how to use it. It will make your fishing a hell of a lot more productive. It will take some getting used to fishing from a boat but hang in there it will pay off for you. It really is a nice boat. congratulations!!
 

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Congratulations, TBP! Looks nice. I'd go with evrything Imonembad has said. Good luck and enjoy. My 14' jonboat is a neverending source of pleasure and pain. ;)
 
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imonembad said:
Bobby, I'll give you some free advice, take it or leave it. I would find me a good 12 volt trolling motor and start learning how to use it. It will make your fishing a hell of a lot more productive. It will take some getting used to fishing from a boat but hang in there it will pay off for you. It really is a nice boat. congratulations!!
I have a trolling motor that I used on my old john boat. I just haven't had time to put it on my new boat yet.
 
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