|Date listed||1 week ago|
*I just put a 3 year sticker on the boat $55
*Removable Gas tank
*On Board Charger for multi batt
*Live-well with divider and agitator
*Terrova Tolling Motor
*US Wireless GPS Trolling system.
*Foot Pedal - can be used with remote and foot pedal at same time
*Wireless remote control - tested boat out 35 feet from remote and it retrieved the boat fine.
*6 tracks/route programmable
*6 anchors programmable
*full trolling speed pulls 3-mph -- great if you use the 2-mph method of walleye fishing
*40 horse Evinrude motor about 30 mph
*Fish finder Lowrance Elite 4 including map and Sonar but not Down Scan with Micro SD slot
*2 newer Fishing seats
*New Bluetooth Radio with USB, SD, and AUX ability
*Link your device to play music to Bluetooth
*New Heavy Duty wire for Trolling Motor with 60-amp breaker
*24-volt trolling motor battery setup
*12-volt engine starting battery
All workes great. I use tolling motor and the features to keep us on spot when we start to catch fish. The 6 routes is also a great tool where you can turn it on and trace a route as you fish or drive the lake and then save it, after save you can then go into the route at any point and go up or down the path you traced without touching the controls. This is a great tool and it works very well. The 6 anchors work good too as we fish and record anchors. After we fished the area and then left it for a while we just had to choose the anchor and the boat would put us directly on the same spot and in the wind kept us within 5' of the target. Keep in mind it does not recognize jetties, docs or other boats, it will take you in a direct path to the anchor. Both left me more time to fish instead of working the boat especially in the wind.
The motor did awesome as I took it on Carter Lake a couple of weeks ago for a full throttle ride and it planed very well.
Items that may need attention:
*Tires - it could use 2 new tires and maybe a new spare due to age
*Sump Pumps -- I bought 2 brand new pumps but the old ones still work well, I think I had a bad fuse when I bought them but they come with the boat
*Prop -- I typically only use the motor at very low speeds but if you plan to take it on big lakes I would replace the Prop as there is a chuck out of the current one. -- About $95
*Motor Assist -- this is like a shock absorber you may see on a window of a SUV but stronger to help lift the motor. I have not used this since I bought it in 2005 as it needs to be fixed - I could not put the motor down so I took it off the boat. I still have it.
*Driver Seat - The two rider seats are original material and could be refinished, I did replace the passenger side wood but I put the same cover back on as it says Tracker on the seat. The driver could use the same treatment.
*Tail Light cover - The lights work but the cover on one is cracked and broken and one of the side lights is also broken. This is about $40 for an entirely new trailer wiring kit from Harbor Freight. You wont need the wire but it is most likely cheaper than getting just one light for the back and another for the side.
We can take it for a ride, I am near a lake.
I WILL REMOVE THE POST WITHIN 1 HOUR OF BEING SOLD SO NO NEED TO ASK IF I STILL HAVE THE BOAT.