I got a new ride finally, This one is going to get rode hard. It is a 1997 Starcraft Superfishmaster 17ft. This thing loaded , going to take a little while to figure it all out. but it's going to be fun.
Wow, that's one serious fishing machine! I'm a little bit envious. I have boats now, but when I retire in a couple of years I'm going to get something like that one. It looks real nice, already all set up and ready to go. You dog!
Many a problem will solve itself if you'll forget it and go fishing.
Hi Curt, no I haven't had it out yet but I'm hoping to get it out this week for sure. I need to get my FF installed and a few things like that during the week. My wife is having surgery on Tuesday so I am going to take the rest of the week off to finish it up. We should talk about the Salsa Boys maybe one day over a cup of coffee.
Hi submoa, I haven't had it in the water yet. I am re-arranging a few things and adding a few of my toys to make it more functional. There were some things in odd places. Hope to have it out this weekend.
What all did it come with Dan? I can see you have a bow mount electric and it looks like four seats, did it come with a kicker? Jason said it had a finder. Is it a four stroke main motor or oil injected two stroke. I need to start keeping my eye on KSL maybe I can get a deal too.
Hi Curt, here's the list LOL. Minn Kota Auto Pilot 55 lb thrust 54-inch shaft, 1998 8hp Evinrude long shaft 4-stroke kicker, 90 hp Merc/ Mariner oil injected 2-stroke main motor, 3 live wells, 4 seats, Full enclosure, Bow cover, 2 Electric Cannon Downriggers, Lowrance fishfinder I think an X-45 or something, 2 large rod lockers , new batteries, Alpine stereo system, walkthrough windshield. Some of this stuff I am changing or removing.
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