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My cousins husband is selling his Hewes Redfisher.
The hull is a '78, the outboard is a '91 Yamaha, and the trailer is not even a year old.
New Aluminum WEB ON trailer only dunked 5 times.
Motor runs great.
The hull has fresh paint.
There's two small cracks approximately 6" on the keel from a premature "dry launch".
A little bit of glass and it's ready to roll.
But the rest of the skiff is in great condition.


It's an 18' Redfisher with a 130hp yamaha.
Serviced every October.
Everything is in perfect working condition.







 

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Looks sweet for a classic...
Does the hull leak pass the cracks?
Dry launch meaning on the concret?
Does it have any other live wells besides the ones on transom?
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Looks sweet for a classic...
Does the hull leak pass the cracks?
Dry launch meaning on the concret?
Does it have any other live wells besides the ones on transom?
Thanks
To my understanding, it slipped off into the ramp during low tide, so it hit the ramp cause the water was too shallow.

To my understanding, there's no other livewell.
 

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$4500 will take it ;)

And in fact, the only livewells are the two on the stern.
 
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