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I am considering selling my 2015 Saltmarsh. I Had the boat built and really love this skiff. It floats in a puddle and poles effortlessly. I am only selling because I am just looking for something a little bigger. This is a great boat that has been really well taken care of.

I have a 2015 Yamaha 20 hp I do not know hours but I would be very surprised if they were over 100.

Asking $8000.00 will send more pics to anyone interested.

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Was up at the plant looking at the Shadow Cast and the Salt Marsh 1444 today. What do you think about if you were to put a livewell on it. Would that ruin the skiff?
 

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Was up at the plant looking at the Shadow Cast and the Salt Marsh 1444 today. What do you think about if you were to put a livewell on it. Would that ruin the skiff?
No I don’t think it would, it all just depends what kind of fishing your trying to accomplish. A live well wont seem in the way if you were using it a lot to fish. But the hardcore fly fisherman may just want the boat as simple as possible. I think it’s just personal preference.
 
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