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#11280185 - 12/13/15 06:09 PM ISO bass buster style or jon boat.
crappieking95 Offline
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looking to keep the price around 500. Must have title. Thanks in advance!
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#11280472 - 12/13/15 08:10 PM Re: ISO bass buster style or jon boat. [Re: crappieking95]
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#11280967 - 12/14/15 06:18 AM Re: ISO bass buster style or jon boat. [Re: crappieking95]
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Thanks! Just texted him, I work nights just got off. Hope its still available
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#11281711 - 12/14/15 01:01 PM Re: ISO bass buster style or jon boat. [Re: crappieking95]
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#11281844 - 12/14/15 02:25 PM Re: ISO bass buster style or jon boat. [Re: crappieking95]
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There is a Bass Hunter on Craigslist

Go to boats and search "hunter" it comes up.

Its a real Bass Hunter brand just like mine.

They are Superior to the others. Molded from one solid piece not two pieces glued like the others.
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#11282148 - 12/14/15 04:41 PM Re: ISO bass buster style or jon boat. [Re: crappieking95]
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X-Man how are going to get it around. A trailer or throw it in the back of a truck.

Reggie

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#11282455 - 12/14/15 06:48 PM Re: ISO bass buster style or jon boat. [Re: Grainraiser]
crappieking95 Offline
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Originally Posted By: Grainraiser
X-Man how are going to get it around. A trailer or throw it in the back of a truck.

Reggie
I can do both options
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#11282486 - 12/14/15 07:06 PM Re: ISO bass buster style or jon boat. [Re: Dan90210]
crappieking95 Offline
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Originally Posted By: Dan90210
There is a Bass Hunter on Craigslist

Go to boats and search "hunter" it comes up.

Its a real Bass Hunter brand just like mine.

They are Superior to the others. Molded from one solid piece not two pieces glued like the others.
thanks I'll check it out
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#11283959 - 12/15/15 01:00 PM Re: ISO bass buster style or jon boat. [Re: crappieking95]
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#11284323 - 12/15/15 03:39 PM Re: ISO bass buster style or jon boat. [Re: crappieking95]
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Originally Posted By: crappieking95
Originally Posted By: Grainraiser
X-Man how are going to get it around. A trailer or throw it in the back of a truck.

Reggie
I can do both options



The reason I ask is because there are pro's and cons for the buster type style boat and the bass hound/ Pelican predator type boats. The buster type boats are best if your only fishing small coves and creeks. They are lighter and you can throw them in the back of a truck and load/unload by yourself. The Bass hound/Pelican type boats will allow you to fish bigger water and you can put on a larger outboard. Two people can fish more comfortable and they are very stable. They will fit in the back of a truck but it is hard for one person to launch one. A trailer will make it much easier but two people can launch one with ease. I have a Pelican predator and I like it because I can fish bridge columns in open water which means I can use it year round. Just thought I would give you some pros/cons on each type. I will keep my eyes out for you.

Reggie

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#11284387 - 12/15/15 04:10 PM Re: ISO bass buster style or jon boat. [Re: Grainraiser]
crappieking95 Offline
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Originally Posted By: Grainraiser
Originally Posted By: crappieking95
Originally Posted By: Grainraiser
X-Man how are going to get it around. A trailer or throw it in the back of a truck.

Reggie
I can do both options



The reason I ask is because there are pro's and cons for the buster type style boat and the bass hound/ Pelican predator type boats. The buster type boats are best if your only fishing small coves and creeks. They are lighter and you can throw them in the back of a truck and load/unload by yourself. The Bass hound/Pelican type boats will allow you to fish bigger water and you can put on a larger outboard. Two people can fish more comfortable and they are very stable. They will fit in the back of a truck but it is hard for one person to launch one. A trailer will make it much easier but two people can launch one with ease. I have a Pelican predator and I like it because I can fish bridge columns in open water which means I can use it year round. Just thought I would give you some pros/cons on each type. I will keep my eyes out for you.

Reggie
thanks Reggie,I think I'm leaning more towards creek fishing than anything. Maybe fish some ponds here and there. Thanks for looking out!
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#11285940 - 12/16/15 12:16 PM Re: ISO bass buster style or jon boat. [Re: crappieking95]
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#11285964 - 12/16/15 12:32 PM Re: ISO bass buster style or jon boat. [Re: crappieking95]
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Edited by RudyDep (12/16/15 12:35 PM)
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#11285996 - 12/16/15 12:49 PM Re: ISO bass buster style or jon boat. [Re: crappieking95]
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I have one on a trailer, ready to fish but twice as much as you want to spend.
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#11286034 - 12/16/15 01:10 PM Re: ISO bass buster style or jon boat. [Re: crappieking95]
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I have this one I just listed for sale yesterday.

https://dallas.craigslist.org/ndf/boa/5361792738.html
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