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Duncan7709

2002 Lund Pro V

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I am in the market for my first boat and saw a boat that looked very nice for what I thought was a reasonable price. It is a 2002 Lund Pro V with a 2002 50 HP Evenrude and 2002 trailer. Also with a bow mount trolling motor. My question about how much is this boat worth? Thanks

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As much as you're willing to pay.:)

What is the condition of said boat? length? any extras?

I would first look online at some of the boat buying sites and NADA and see what similar boats are gong for.

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You didn't see that boat in Northern WI did you? There's an identical one near me for sale but if I'm not mistaken, I think it's rated for a 75hp which is why I went in a different direction. Could be enough HP but I had 2 boats that were under powered and I wasn't happy with either.

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No it was in western MN.

The boat is in good condition and has two depth finders and a duck blind that comes with it. It is 18 or 17 feet.

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The smallest Pro-V in 2002 was a 1775 and those were rated for a max hp of 80. The 50 may be a bit small. If it is bigger than a 1775 (like an 1800 rated for 90 hp) the 50 may be too small.

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It probably depends on how big a lakes you will be fishing with. A friend of mine has a 1775 tiller with a 70 and is very happy. A 50 might be a little slow but if you mostly fish smaller lakes it should be fine, unless you have really fat friends.

If the lake is only a couple miles across, it doesn't make too much difference if the top speed is 30 or 35 or even 25. It still only takes about 5 minutes. Mille lacs or Leech is a different story.

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The 50 is very likely on the small side if it's an 1800. If it's between 17 & 18 feet though it is likely a 1775. The 50 will work, but it'll tend to be toward the slow side. Maybe 30 mph?

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