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2014 Hell's Bay 17.8 Professional
Location: Wilmington, NC
Price: $45,000
Hours on engine: 172

I purchased this skiff new in 2014 and picked it up at the Hells Bay factory. Since then, it's been used just a handful of times per year and meticulously maintained. In fact, more time has been spent rubbing it with a soft cloth than fishing it. It's currently in a garage where it's been stored since the day I brought it home. It's been a true pleasure to own and care for.

It's been serviced each winter (100 hour service) every year I've owned it at Sea Coast Marine in Wilmington NC. It was just serviced in Nov 2020 and got a new trim motor, which has been the only thing that's worn out it since it was purchased.

Shoot me a text if seriously interested. I would be happy to launch it with you and take it for a spin. For years I have been drooling over the cool skiffs on this site, but this is my first time posting one. If I have left anything out or you want to see more photos - let me know.


  • Yamaha F70 4 stroke
  • 21ft guide series Stiffy push pole
  • Ram-Lin custom trailer with Hells Bay logo
  • 2-tone custom color Guide Green/Cream White
  • Lenco trim tabs
  • Gas shocks on two rear and front hatch
  • Tab mounted tower w/ big foot step
  • Bolt on cushions
  • Blue hatch/locker lights
  • Blue cockpit lights
  • Live well/pump
  • Console grab handles
  • Rod Tubes (forward and aft)
  • 2 rod, rod holder
  • S/S Adjustable clamp on tower rod holder
  • Tibor push pole holder
  • Casting platform
  • Swing tongue on trailer
  • Hook pull on console


 

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Looks pristine. GLWS
 

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Thanks! I usually push it around chasing redfish so not very fast haha. I've definitely seen low 40's by myself with little fuel and gear etc.
 
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