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Well rigged, well kept aluminum skiff.
2003 Alumacraft MV 1542 NCS
2003 Yamaha 4 stroke F25MSHB


Very clean. Kept in garage EVERY night of it's life. All welded jon with lots of custom touches for the saltwater purist.


Floor is fiberglass over Divinycell core supported by aluminum caps that ride over the boat ribs. Lightweight. No rot. No flex.


16' Moonlighter pushpole w/ nice holders.


Built in rod holders w/ bungee.



MagicTrail (made by MagicTilt) trailer w/ removable tongue. Fits in less than 17' garage.


Center mount Igloo ice chest w/ cushion.


Front mounted 6 gal. tank & trolling motor battery. Even weight distribution. Poles like a dream. Don't hate me for the 5 gallon bucket & Keep Alive air system - we all get weak.


54# Great White bow-mounted troller.


25 HP 4 stroke Yamaha has stainless prop & tiller extension. Serviced by Family Boating Center in Tampa. Low hours. No tilt. Rope start.


Why sell? I'm off to get my midlife crisis skiff. A new 25 4X Yamaha will run you around $3,800. I'll let this complete rig go for $4,000. You can't go wrong.
 

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i'd like to see pics of the "midlife crisis" skiff :eek: ;D :cool:
 

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Maverick HPX Micro. Just trying to decide between a 2009 w/ carbed 40 Yamaha or a 2010 w/ fuel injection. Anyone have an opinion on either motor?
 

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Tiller extension is a piece of heavy PVC. Not fancy, but it works. Rod racks are aluminum. Had a shop in Clearwater fabricate them for me. I just finished them off with the carpet, bungee and sailboat gaskets (round red balls).
 

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Just sold entire rig on Saturday. I wanted to get checks into the bank before I deleted post.
 
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