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2011 17'2" Mosquito Bay skiff
2011 Yamaha f70la 170 hours
2017 Ameratrail aluminum trailer
42 max wot/high 20's low 30's at cruise
Lenco trim tabs
Boat eats chop with a little tab around 4k rpm
12 volt minnkota riptide
New batteries
19' stuffy hybrid push pole
6' power pole w/2 remotes (pump rebuilt by the guys at JL within the last 6 months)
7" lowrance hds
Upgraded fixed 13 gallon gas tank in the bow
20+ gallon livewell w/high speed pickup
Removable casting platform
Under gunnel rod storage for up to 9' fly rods
Under gunnel pads to protect reels
Boat has storage for up to 16 rods

Asking 18k
Boat is in Tampa, FL
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Dusty, how stable do you consider this skiff? Have you been on other brands to compare?
I bought this skiff because of its stability and huge livewell. It's up there for a poling skiff. I haven't been on a ton of poling skiffs (maverick mirage is the only other) so can't speak from experience, but love my choice. That mirage maybe poled a little straighter, but I'm no pro on the platform. Best comparisons I've heard are that it is like a East Cape lostmen with more dead rise for crossing bay's. Ppl also mistake it for a mitzi pretty often too. Very similar.
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