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2014 Ranger Z119C

Dual Console BlackPewter and White “Excellent Condition” 225HP Mercury PRO XS, Fuel Injection, Outboard Hydraulic Steering, Mercury 24P Prop Stainless Steel 3 Blade, Trim Indicator, […]

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How to Write A Good Used Bass Boat Classified Ad

When trying to sell your boat independently, advertising is critical.  Creating the perfect bass boat ad is the first step in getting it out there.  Some used bass boat buyers choose to purchase from a dealership because of a larger selection of boats and the feeling that they are getting a perfect boat. On the other hand, some buyers favor buying directly from other owners because these boats usually have lower price tags.  Writing a good complete used bass boat for sale classified ad is very important. Consider the following tips for writing a good used bass boat classified ad. Take pictures when it is sunny out.  Take plenty of pictures with some showing the whole boat and some showing close ups of different areas of the boat. Be descriptive.  Have too much description rather than too little.  The more you put in the ad the less the prospective buyer will have to ask you right away. Always describe items accurately and correctly. Be honest. Don't waste your time or…
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Tips on What to Look For When Buying a Used Bass Boat

It's time to start the big hunt for a bass boat.  Maybe it's your first boat, or maybe you have years of experience driving boats, but either way it's always good to be armed with knowledge of what to look for.  What follows can be used as a buying guide and checklist on what to look for when buying a used bass boat.  There are three parts to the used boat buying process: Phone or email conversation with owner, Onsite Inspection and Lake Test, and Marine Mechanic checkup.  This mechanic inspection is sometimes overlooked but it is the best and only real way to know what you are buying.  It will likely cost $100 or so but can save a lot of wasted dollars later on.  Boats aren't cheap, there's a reason that you will here that BOAT stands for "Break Out Another Thousand".  Don't skimp on this step unless you are very comfortable working around marine engines. The first contact with a boat owner will usually be via a phone call or email.  This will give you the first impression …
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The Definitive List of Tools and Supplies to Keep in Your Bass Boat

Whether you are a hard core tournament bass junkie or once a month fair weather fisherman, you are going to encounter issues on the water at some point.  What's the boy scout motto again?  Problems can happen to you, your partner, or your bass boat.  Spare parts, tools to fix things that break, and emergency supplies take up some room but they can be packed neatly and are worth it.  Required safety equipment to have in your boat varies across the country so that's not included here.  Suffice to say, the first thing to do would be to make sure you have all that included as well. This is a pretty extensive list and you may choose not to include some items. Saving some weight in your compartments is never a bad plan, but I'd rather leave that fifth bag of flukes home than the electrical tape. Battery Jumper Cables: With the livewells on and your three HDS12's pinging away, you can run down your batteries without even thinking about it. You probably have three or four batteries …
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