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Monday, January 7, 2008

Boat for sale?

I'm working on a deal for a new boat for this season. If it goes through, I'll be looking to sell my beloved starcraft that has been a great little boat.

Its a Starcraft 1757 Starcaster with a 60 Horsepower Mariner Engine on an easyloader trailer. I'll include everything. A 743 motorguide trolling motor, starting and optima trolling motor batteries, two eagle classic fishfinders, two extra seats, 3 anchors, rod holders, lifejackets and other safety equipment. Its everything for the boat. It has a working livewell and additional wetstorage.

If you've been in the boat, you know how roomy it is for fishing. The front and back decks have plenty of room for casting. It loads and unloads very easily, and doesn't weigh very much, even when fully fueled.

If you're interested, contact me. If we make a deal before the Journal Sports Show, I'll throw in two rod/reel combos and I'll build you a tackle box for fishing our local lakes for free.


Sunday, January 6, 2008

Booking for 2008

Some shameless self promotion.

I'm already booking dates for 2008's open water season. If you want to secure a date, now is a good time to do so.

Depending on the weather, I'll follow a schedule that looks something like this.

Early March-Early April: Walleye and Whitebass on the Rock and Crawfish Rivers.

April-Early May: Panfish and open season bass fishing.

Opening day in May-June 15th: Pre/Post spawn bass, weed walleyes or stocked trout.

June15-July 1st: All smallmouth, all the time.

July 2nd-July 31st: Mixed species trips on various lakes.

August-September: Summer Bass and Pike Fishing

Mid-September-Mid October: Walleye, Smallmouth and Largemouth.

If any of these trips or scenarios interest you, give me a call or email me and let's go fishing.