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Two-man boat #13540388 04/30/20 03:26 PM
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I am currently looking to buy a two-man boat. I'd prefer a 10' one piece boat but will look at all options. If you have one for sale or know of someone that has one for sale please let me know. Thanks

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Man o man did you miss a deal by Dan90210 a couple weeks ago. Had a very nice Bass Hunter EX with trolling motor, Lowrance graph and battery for $500.

But, if you're looking for the one piece, I would highly suggest Bass Hunter boats. So much better made then the Pelican series.


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I have a 10' Pelican with title, trolling motor, trailer, hummingbird fish finder, and a Johnson 3 horse (I think) motor. I have seen the gas engine run, but it will need a carb cleaning and a new pull cord assembly to run again. Feel free to send me a message with your contact info, and i can send pics when i get home. Asking $1,200

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Originally Posted by Dave-0
Man o man did you miss a deal by Dan90210 a couple weeks ago. Had a very nice Bass Hunter EX with trolling motor, Lowrance graph and battery for $500.

But, if you're looking for the one piece, I would highly suggest Bass Hunter boats. So much better made then the Pelican series.

coolio I`m just curious. What makes the Bass Hunter EX so much better than the Pelican series? Is this an opinion or Factual based

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The material the Bass Hunters are made from are much stronger. They don't bend or flex or do anything in heat and they're extremely thick.

They are also roto molded... meaning they are one solid piece not two pieces that are put together, an upper and a lower, a lot of the other brand of boats are exactly that, two pieces. Being one solid piece makes it nearly impossible to ever get water inside of the hull.

I do like some of the options that other brands come with that you won't find on bass hunter boats, such as factory-installed pre rigging for trolling motor power and the front and the back, and I've seen some that had built in little livewells or storage areas. That's cool too.


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