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Thread: 2006 Crestliner Sportsman 14'7" Loaded

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    2006 Crestliner Sportsman 14'7" Loaded

    $7500.00

    Make: 2006 Crestliner, Deep-V with Flat Flooring, Black & Silver
    Model: 14’ Sportsman Series (14’7” Overall), All Welded Hull Construction
    Width: 73” Beam
    Weight: ~ 500# (Boat Only)
    Main Engine: 2011 Evinrude Etc, 30 HP, Tiller, w/Electric Start (Engine has 3 years remaining on the Evinrude Warranty)
    Trolling Motor: 2011 Minn Kota Terrova, 55# Thrust 12V, Bow Mount with I-Pilot, Minn Kota Quick Release Bracket
    Sonar: 2006 Lowrance X-135 w/ Speed & Temperature Sensors
    Batteries: 2011 Deep Cycle #29 (T.M.) Battery + 2nd. Marine Starting Battery Both have Battery Boxes
    Charger: Stay N’ Charges –Charges Batteries While Towing, also has portable charger with Anderson Connectors.
    Trailer: 2006 16’ Roller Model w/Electric Winch and LED Tail Lights – 2012 Brand New Tires
    Bob’s Machine Shop hydraulic Trim & Tilt Unit brand new 2012
    Yamaha Marine Fuel Water Separating Filter 10Microns
    Accessories:
    Two Padded Swivel & Sliding Seats
    Six Gallon Polypropylene Gas Tank Enclosed
    Two Enclosed Storage Areas under Center Seats
    Rhino-Type Lining Throughout Interior-No Carpeting
    Four Rocker Arm Accessory Switches and Full Fuse Box
    Night Time Running Lights; Fore & Aft
    Two Strap-Type Rod Storage Keepers
    All Required Safety Equipment
    Four R.A.M. Rod Holders
    25’ of 3/8” dia. Launching Rope
    Slip Ring Anchor with 100’ Spooled Rope
    Full, Custom Fitted, Canvas Trailering Covers for Boat & Motor
    Top End Speed:
    Single Occupant w/Gear: ~ 32 mph
    Two Occupants w/Gear: ~ 22-26 mph
    Extras
    Locking (Frame Mounted) Spare Tire w/Trailering Cover
    Locks on Winch & Trailer Tongue
    Condition
    Good to Excellent






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    I've got a friend of mine at work looking for something real close to this, I will pass this on to him...
    Questions, comments or concerns just let me know just CLICK HERE
    Please visit my blog page at http://www.usaoutdoors.org/blogs/heavy-duty/

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    Thanks Heavy Duty, appreciate it.

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    Why are you selling it Andy? That looks like a sweet little boat for the smaller lakes!
    Life is too short, Go fishing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FisherMan View Post
    Why are you selling it Andy? That looks like a sweet little boat for the smaller lakes!
    FisherMan,

    The boat is excellent. It's really a sweetheart deal. I want to join a Bass Club next season and fish there tourneys on the weekends. I think a good used Bass boat will fit my needs a little better. On the boat I have I was thinking of adding a casting deck and I would have to get a livewell. That also would cost some bucks. I honestly have zero complaints the Crestliner. It's a solid boat. I am not making any money selling it, Who ever buys it has a worry free boat. The Etc has three years left on the Warranty.

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    If I was in the market for a boat I would scoop it up. I seen a similar boat for more $$ this past month!
    If its brown its down.
    If it hops it drops.
    If it flies it dies.

    GUNS - It's better to have them and not need them rather then need them and not have them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swapy View Post
    If I was in the market for a boat I would scoop it up. I seen a similar boat for more $$ this past month!
    Swapy, I first had the boat at $8500.00 and thought that was on the high side. What do you think I should of asked for the boat. It's nice to have any opinions.

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    This is just my opinion... if it was my boat I would have a solid $8,000 on it min.

    With the Etec, Troller, etc its worth it. That would be a perfect setup for Canada trips!!!
    If its brown its down.
    If it hops it drops.
    If it flies it dies.

    GUNS - It's better to have them and not need them rather then need them and not have them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swapy View Post
    This is just my opinion... if it was my boat I would have a solid $8,000 on it min.

    With the Etec, Troller, etc its worth it. That would be a perfect setup for Canada trips!!!
    Thanks! Where else can I post my post? I have it on Craigslist and a few other fishing fourms?

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    I think you have your basis's covered. Google picks up on this site pretty good, so if someone searches for a boat like yours, it should come up.

    Craigslist is a good one, only if users know how to search it. Most of the time users set a city to search in and if your not set in that city it will not come up on the search results.

    SearchTempest Online Classifieds Search - All the Classifieds. One Search. is what I use. It's a search engine for all of craigslist. You enter your zip code, your search radius in miles, and what you want, and the results will start with the closest city to you and pan out from there.
    If its brown its down.
    If it hops it drops.
    If it flies it dies.

    GUNS - It's better to have them and not need them rather then need them and not have them!

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