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  • Good Day Out of Huron
    by pimplepounder on July 6, 2020 at 2:44 am

    Hey gang! Latched on and headed North to Huron today I just love that water over there, fished it last Monday also.. Arrived at at around 2:00...

  • Ashtabula Walleye Small Boat 7-4-20
    by Doug Lewis on July 5, 2020 at 3:23 am

    *a lot of marks at 53 FOW* found this out coming in bait fish 20-30 feet down walleye will usually be under baitfish fished 60-70 FOW...

  • Huron 7/03/2020
    by Fishfever on July 4, 2020 at 11:24 pm

    Fished north of Huron. Got out at daylight and took until noon to get our 3 man limit. Not many walleyes in close, only sheepshead and white bass. ...

Boat Listings for Sale

1979 Starcraft 1685 Deep Vee 16'  | $4,000.00


STATUS: Available
YEAR: 1979
MAKE: Starcraft
MODEL: 1685 Deep Vee
LENGTH: 16' foot

Number of Engines: 1
Engine Hours: 100 hours
Fuel Type: Gasoline

Boat Location: Allison Park, PA 15101

I received this boat from a very good friend of mine. He purchased the boat in 1981, and I am the second owner. The boat has been meticulously taken care of. Deep Vee with very deep sides and over splash transom. Boat has been used in Lake Erie for early spring walleyes, two miles off shore many of times, weather permitting. Great state lake boat. Very comfortable layout with flat floor to get up and walk around on. The boat has had complete rehab in the last four years. New marine-grade plywood with three coats of Sherwin Williams dock paint applied top and bottom before installation. Three new high back pedestal seats - two with arm rests - installed. New: Bimini top, battery, switch control board for running, anchor, bilge, rear pole nightlight, Striker fish finder, bilge wired with float and switch. 18 horsepower Tohatsu and steering cable installed 2007. Boat and trailer repainted in 2017, along with new floor installation. Trailer has extra rollers and side padded bunks for drive-on ease. Trailer also had wheels, tires, bearings, lights installed 2019. Boat runs around 16 - 18 mph with two men and light gear; around 20 mph one person. Not much more to say, other than very comfortable, dependable fishing machine. Only reason it is leaving, we are upgrading to pontoon for grandchildren. Must see in person to appreciate! Thanks for looking.

Name: Joseph Kriebel
Phone: (412) 302-1782

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