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Old 06-09-2010, 07:40 PM
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1997 Jones Bros. Lite Tackle for sale $17,000.00

yes it's true... I'm so busy shuttling my kids to swim practices and meets that I never get to use it. so I'm selling my 97 Jones Bros. this is the fly fishing rig. 20 ft center console all the cleats, and nav lights pop down out of the way, with casting platforms fore and aft; with everything included for $17000.00(there is a special price for forum members, email me) it includes a 150 Yamaha 2-stroke(still has low hours), Loadrite trailer(all new rollers), 2 garmin gps units; both model 2006 chart with fishfinder hookups...(one color one B+W) with all the cape chart cards in them ,digital radio, dual batteries, full safety gear Pfds,flare kit with gun, high quality 1st aid kit, spare prop 2 anchors, sea anchor, 4 bumpers, and many lines. + a ditch bag with epirb unit. this boat is in Sessuit Harbor racked.

I'm just hoping when they're older I can get one half as good as this

http://www.jonesbrothersmarinesales....rman1910LT.htm
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Old 06-10-2010, 06:29 AM
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Hey Tom
Is that the 20 or 23 footer?
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I'm guessing that's the 20? I don't think they made the 23 in 1997
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Old 06-10-2010, 03:14 PM
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20 fter

that's 20feet 7 inches to be precise.

contact me at tomdunlap@comcast.net for more info

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Tom -- sorry you have to give it up.

I've had the pleasure of riding in this boat -- verry, verrrry nice ride and great casting deck . If I had the cash and the vehicle to tow it I'd be all over this.

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thanks

thanks Quentin, I hate to sell it but I'm never there anymore


p.s. there are some other items that go with this, a tube with tow rope, and I have items I never put on the trailer, like rear guides for easier loading and a latch for the end roller, so you can drive onto the trailer and it automatically latches! woody wax etc...
I forgot ... I had planned on a special price for members here, if interested shoot me an email: tomdunlap@comcast.net
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Hey who wants to go in on a timeshare purchase of Tom's boat?

Start by expressing interest. Number of people vs. usage plan, sharing cost. Buy your share, must sell your share to get out. Anyone?
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That is a cool idea.
Where would you keep it (store it)...

Tom ...that's a great boat. I just sold my Grady last fall (kids college tuition).
But man....you are tempting me! If I were a little closer to the Cape, I'd be all over this timeshare idea!
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ok, I just checked, and found out the price was too high... check the new price out.
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here's the link to the ad

here is the official ad:
http://www.boattrader.com/listing/19...TION--97000259
it has a few errors... the gps units are model gpsmap 2006 units... one in color the other black and white which includes a gd20 sounder unit to give fish/depth finder capabilities to them.

also forum members get another $500.00 off
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