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    Drift Boat

    I want a used drift boat.

    Anybody have any leads?

    I will not close the deal until March of next year at earliest.

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    Re: Drift Boat

    I gave you two leads, but they will not take your pontoon in on trade and also want american dollars.

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    Re: Drift Boat

    Quote Originally Posted by WBDluver View Post
    I gave you two leads, but they will not take your pontoon in on trade and also want american dollars.
    Cabarle and Mac?

    I would buy Cabarle's for 2K and Mac's for 3K, if he lets me use it for a year first to see if its seaworthy.


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    Re: Drift Boat

    Quote Originally Posted by tkhour View Post
    How much you want to spend?
    Not enough

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    Re: Drift Boat

    Quote Originally Posted by tkhour View Post
    How much you want to spend?
    im not in the market yet.

    Just researching.


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    Re: Drift Boat

    Quote Originally Posted by golden beetle View Post
    Cabarle and Mac?

    I would buy Cabarle's for 2K and Mac's for 3K, if he lets me use it for a year first to see if its seaworthy.
    Cabarles is worth the 2k. My boat however is worth 5k. Stop buying so many bamboo rods and you can buy it in Marxh...of next year...after the thaw...of your wallet

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    Re: Drift Boat

    Quote Originally Posted by golden beetle View Post
    im not in the market yet. Just researching.
    I may look to sell mine. Let me know if you are interested.


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    Re: Drift Boat

    Quote Originally Posted by tkhour View Post
    I may look to sell mine. Let me know if you are interested.
    Do you accept small coffees as payment

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    Re: Drift Boat

    Quote Originally Posted by MACFLY View Post
    Cabarles is worth the 2k. My boat however is worth 5k. Stop buying so many bamboo rods and you can buy it in Marxh...of next year...after the thaw...of your wallet
    I sold my Riverwatch to pay for my jet pump. It was a no brainer since I fished that rod only a handful of times a year.

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    Re: Drift Boat

    Quote Originally Posted by golden beetle View Post
    Cabarle and Mac?

    I would buy Cabarle's for 2K and Mac's for 3K, if he lets me use it for a year first to see if its seaworthy.
    I'm selling mine for $4200 but for you it's $5200 because you know YOU can catch fish while inside of it. Instead of buying your next bamboo rod, you can have a great boat. Hmmm.. Tell yah what... If you can pull out of the Hale Eddy ramp with the boat, I'll knock 700 off the price.

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