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Consignment sale for customer. The boat is currently garage kept in Friendswood, TX. For more information or to see the boat in person, please contact me at (28one) 85zero-824seven. Thanks for your interest.

2012 Maverick 17 HPX Micro [RARE]
* Maverick's shallowest drafting model produced
- Whisper Grey hull
- Off-White deck
- Off-White nonskid
- Deluxe short console with matching
cushion
- Yeti Tundra 45 with mounting
hardware and matching cushion
- Aft 1-piece snap-on matching cushion

2012 Model Year Yamaha F40LA/4 Stroke
- 20" shaft
- 1,200 hours
- PowerTech stainless steel prop
- Yamaha tachometer/trim/water pressure
and speed/fuel digital gauges
- Yamaha binnacle

Additional Options
- Custom poling platform
- Storm Grey/Black SeaDek
- Pushpole holder
- Custom removable casting platform
- Stainless steel turnbuckle kit
- Blue LED cockpit lights
- Stainless steel locking hatch hardware
- Carbon Marine LineTack bow rail
- Power-Pole holes pre-drilled and capped
with console remote
- Lenco trim tabs
- 21' Stiffy Graphite 1-piece pushpole

2012 Model Year Ameratrail Anodized Trailer
- Fold-away hinge kit
- Aluminum wheels
- Spare tire & wheel
- Dry-launch capable

Price reduced to $23,000 firm. Regularly maintained and everything works as it should. Serious inquiries only please.

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I have a 17v and would love to add this but its not in my cards yet. Nice skiff good luck with the sale
 

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I absolutely love mine. Keep saying I'm going to sell it one day , but can't bring myself to doing it. These little boats are amazing. I can't believe they stopped making them. GLWS
Would you recommend having a jack plate on it?? I’m worried about how shallow this boat would be able to get up without tearing up the flats.
 

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Would you recommend having a jack plate on it?? I’m worried about how shallow this boat would be able to get up without tearing up the flats.
For the vast majority of fisheries, a jackplate is typically not needed on many skiffs, and this one also performs really well without one. Having said that, a jackplate will no doubt help you get every last ounce of shallow water running performance out of the boat as long as you are ok with the additional weight and setback.
 

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That's a good deal! Somebody should jump on this.
 
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