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    Re: 07 Crestliner Sportsman SS 14ft

    Quote Originally Posted by PapaGreg View Post
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    The price is $7k OBO.

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    Re: 07 Crestliner Sportsman SS 14ft

    Nice boat, good luck on the sale

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    Re: 07 Crestliner Sportsman SS 14ft

    https://sacramento.craigslist.org/bo...924757831.html

    Here you go.

    Just copy and paste the Craigslist site in your post then select preview and then submit in order for it to work.

    Mike
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    Re: 07 Crestliner Sportsman SS 14ft

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    07 Crestliner Sportsman SS 14ft

    I would post the craigslist ad and photo's, but I haven't posted enough so you're stuck with just the ad. Its in Sacramento's Craigslist and has lots of photos. I'm located in Roseville:

    Awesome fishing boat just in time for salmon season. This boat isnt your typical aluminum valco boat. Its much deeper, more stout, and more stable, and wider than similarly sized basic aluminum boats. It also falls just shy of the property tax requirement for boats which is 16. Its actually 147 long and the beam is wide at 73. Its a thick welded hull that has no leaks. The gunnels are extruded aluminum and thick. The decking is in great condition with marine vinyl throughout. Includes 2 depth finders. Lowrance X510c in the rear and Garmin Echo 100 on the bow attached to the trolling motor. Anchor and motor light poles are included, as well as a new condition bimini top purchased last year.


    25hp Mercury 4 stroke EFI motor F25ELH (only approximately 110 hours). Runs great at any altitude. Electric start and includes a battery. A nice thing about this motor is there is no need for a battery because you can also pull start if you want or need to in an emergency. New in 2018 is a CMC hydraulic trim that can lift engine completely out of the water to minimize draft ($450 new cost). Includes an engine support for trailering. Includes both a Black Max 3 blade prop and a new Spitfire 4 blade prop. With 2 adults this motor can bring the boat to about 24mph.

    Includes 2 Cannon Easi-Troll downriggers that function great. Snap lock mounts, 1 on each side.

    Bow mounted Minn Kota trolling motor with foot pedal. Works great.

    2 premium Crestliner swivel seats plus 1 camo swivel seat, 2 straight pedestal mounts and 1 S pedestal mount.

    EZ Loader trailer is galvanized and in excellent condition. The tires are heavier gauge tires and new in 2018 (all 3). Garage kept since then so very little wear on them. New in 2018, longer guide-ons to make loading a breeze in heavy current.

    5 Scotty rod holders for easy rod placement.

    Cargo nets in the front. Storage under the bow platform, anchor cubby in the front, and cubbys under each middle seat.

    2 batteries. 1 starter/accessory and 1 deep cell in the bow storage. Both were new in early 2018.

    Overall this is a GREAT boat. Relatively cheap, very little to go wrong, and easy to fish from. Ill be sad to see it go.






    Jason

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