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1998 Egret C/K 167
5,448 Posts
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Feb 22 2010

I bought my East Cape Caimen in 2008. The boat has only 105 hours on it the 1.5 years I’ve owned her. The 100 hour service was done at 80 hours. Out of all the skiffs I’ve been in through out the year the ECC Caimen is the best riding, driest skiff I have ever ridden in, in this price range. I use to fish like crazy a couple years a go but now I’m doing more shooting videos and photos than I actually fish. The Caimen is an awesome fishing machine but it lacks storage that I need. I got so much gear I carry with me now that a skiff is no longer practical to own. So today I am putting her up for sale. I wanted to put it on Saltyshores for a couple days first before I put it on other websites hoping she will go to someone that fishes her more than I.

I spoke to Kevin over ECC a couple weeks a go about selling her. I was glad to hear that ECC will extend the warranty to the new owners no problem. Go check out their forum, they have a great family of skiff owners there.

The boat has been garage kept the entire time. It has seen the waters of Tampa bay all the way to the Keys. It has gone deep in the everglades to places that’s not even on the charts. From redfish, snook, bonefish to 100lb Tarpon in Miami she has seen it. I hope the fishing Mojo go with her.

2008 East Cape Caimen (Upgrades Galore)

50 HP Honda Electronic Fuel injection.

Side Console

Full Hydrolic Steering.

Power Coated Black Ramblin Trailers

Lenco Trim Tabs

Boat is fully custom Seadek by Castaway Customs

Tibor Push Pole holder

Wang Anchor Bracket system

Blue under gunnel LED for night fishing

Cigarette lighter power

Stainless steel steering knob

Pivoting back rest for those long runs

Shark Eye lights

Minnkota removable trolling motor mounts

Recess push pole clips

Raised floor under the front deck

Upgraded 12 gallon gas tank


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