SOLD/EXPIRED 2014 East Cape Fury Scooter full Kevlar with f70 Yamaha

Discussion in 'Sold/Expired Classifieds' started by cpmattson, Feb 4, 2015.

  1. cpmattson

    cpmattson I Love microskiff.com!

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    Full Kevlar pkg
    Full awl grip
    Yamaha F70 w/ 200 hrs, serviced
    Yamaha command link gages w/fuel burn
    Ramlin baked on paint trailer, aluminum rims, SS transom tie down
    Garmin Echo 70s with charts
    6 rod holders on console
    front casting platform
    2 person icon cooler (guide seat) with pad and back rest
    Flip forward lean post pad to allow use of lean post as platform
    Fold down Kick bar on lean post for lazy cruising/scouting
    V marine pushpole holders
    21 ft carbon marine pushpole
    Bubbler in live well
    Glove box double door with dual battery switch and plug
    Dual 12v batteries, wired for trolling motor or power pole micro
    24v battery charger
    East cape stake out system w/ 8'pole
    Sissy bar tubes on platform and casting platform
    Lockable rod storage for 4-6 spinning rods, 8' stakeout pole, plus four fly rods at the same time
    Edson steering wheel
    Console grab bar
    Trim tabs
    SS rub rail
    Sea dek on platforms
    V marine pushpole holder
    Led nav lights

    $31,900 obo
    Call or text Christopher 843 694 7422
    Or email cpmattson@hotmail.com
    Located in Beaufort, SC

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  2. Salty_South

    Salty_South Well-Known Member

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    Say it ain't sooo!  I have fished on this skiff and it is incredibly skinny and takes the waves (not to mention it is drop dead gorgeous).  The scooter top is awesome!

    Good luck Chris!
     

  3. Dallas311

    Dallas311 I Love microskiff.com!

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    Beautiful boat! Bet that thing is a fishing machine.
     
  4. cpmattson

    cpmattson I Love microskiff.com!

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    Re: 2014 East Cape Fury Scooter full Kevlar with f70 Yamaha

    Thanks ya'll she's a fish catching machine capable of getting through the nasty and getting stupid skinny when you need it.
     
    Last edited: Dec 19, 2015
  5. cpmattson

    cpmattson I Love microskiff.com!

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    Here's some more pictures with the console seat installed. If you guys need more pics just let me know
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  6. jonterr

    jonterr I Love microskiff.com!

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    Awesome looking skiff!
     
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  7. LWalker

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    Out of curiosity, do you know what color awlgrip the non-skid is?
     
  8. cpmattson

    cpmattson I Love microskiff.com!

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    Thank you, it's Oyster White and cleans up super easy.
     
  9. Rick D

    Rick D I Love microskiff.com!

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    I just ordered a kevlar Lostmen scooter and i'm debating the engine options. Are you happy with the 70 4 stroke or would you have gotten a lighter engine of you had it to do all over again? What is your average GPH?
     
  10. Ripit

    Ripit I Love microskiff.com!

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    I own a Lostman Scooter and if I had a half a mind I would snatch this one up too just because I Love the Scooters!!!
     
  11. cpmattson

    cpmattson I Love microskiff.com!

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    I love the 70 Yamaha, but as far as saving some money goes, the 60 Zuke is hard to beat. You're not loosing anything by having the small amount of added weight with the sponson hull, you could easily add a jack plate on the back too, though I don't think it needs it and it wouldn't change a thing draft wise. You won't believe how shallow the skiff is. So, money would be the only real determining factor on the Fury, with one of the biggest cost differences being the smart guages. You also could go with the 60 Yamaha. I went with the smart guages to know my fuel burned and gph, etc and really am glad I did. If I remember correctly my average fuel burn is 2.8 gph
     
  12. Rick D

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    Damn!!! 2.8 GPH is awesome!!! I guess I'm going with the Yammy 70. Thanks for the input!!!
     
  13. cpmattson

    cpmattson I Love microskiff.com!

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    Here's the fuel burn numbers for this skiff. 22-24 mph (3gph) at 28 is about 3.8/4 gph and goes up to 5/5.8 to 34.

    I still would recommend the 60 zuke from a cost and lower weight standpoint or Yamaha 60 from a cost standpoint as well as you won't be able to gain much more from going up to the 70 because you'll max most of your hull speed out anyways, my 2 cents but I do love the F70.
     
  14. Rick D

    Rick D I Love microskiff.com!

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    Thanks for the numbers. That's a huge help!!! I'm a die hard Yamaha guy. I've had nothing but Yammies my whole life and have never missed a day on the water. Well, at least not because of my motor. I may go 70 just to get that extra little bit of boost out of the hole. I don't really care about top end speed, I really just want to be able to jump out of the hose and get on top as fast as I can then be able to throttle back and cruise comfortably. I like to fish the glades and some of my trips require me to run up to 100 miles between fuel stops. Thanks for the feedback!!!
     
  15. Megalops

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    Awesome skiff! Look at that crazy rod storage. Good luck with sale, I love these scooters.
     
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  17. prinjm6

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    I have a Lostmen with a 50 Honda, holeshot are a non issue and as far as top speed I see 34.5mph and get 10mpg at 30mph. Fuel burn is irrelevant between any of the 50-70hp motors in my opinion, the difference between brand x vs brand y will be so close. The Zuke 60 is a awesome motor and is on my repower wish list and I'm very impressed with the new Mercury 60.
     
  18. Matts

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    Great looking boat! About how much water would you estimate is needed to get on plane without tearing up a sandy, hard bottom? No jack plate on yours, right?
    Thanks,
    Matt
     
  19. cpmattson

    cpmattson I Love microskiff.com!

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    I'm going to guess a foot and a half maybe slightly less with the four blade that's on it. Maybe someone on here has the actual numbers and could chime in. I've only really used it here in the Lowcountry and we typically just work off the flat a short distance to where the water gets deep but tabbed down and motor up it hops right up.
     
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