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Dennis Steele

RiverPro Jet Boat **SOLD**

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2004 RiverPro HiProXT 175hp SportJet

This is a boat designed for running very skinny water. Ideal for shallow rocky or woody rivers.

Runs very good and has a new impellar.

Boat has a few bumps and bruises.

Specs are the same as this boat, except for the 175hp sport jet.

http://www.riverpro-boats.com/pages/HiProXT_Specs.shtml

Extras include:

Courtesy Lights

Timed Livewell Recirculation

6 Scotty Rod Holders

Upright Rod holders

Windshield

Bow Seat

Storage webbings

$11,900

Dennis

dennysteele1@yahoo.com

612-708-2339

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I wish you would have had this for sale this past spring!!! I bought a 2002 Fishhawk 1750, but this would have been right up my ally and in my price range...grrrr. Oh well, it'll make a great boat for some other river fisherman I guess.

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Sad to see her go.

I have had some great times in that boat......

Sure have gotten THROUGH some skinny $#$# with that thing....and OVER stuff as well!!

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just another boat I have to let by me. good luck on the sale.

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Saying goodbye to the RiverPro huh bud. I remember a few fond memories in that boat with you. Can't forget the looks on those people's faces when we took the shallow side of the island on the ol' Mississippi smile

Hope all is well with you. Give me a ring sometime.

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Ya, Its sad to see her go, and I will miss that boat.

If I didn't need the money you can bet I'd keep it.

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Dennis:

NNNNNNOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I too will remember many fine trips in the ol' riverpro.

Joel

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Fun times at the LOW also sturgeon fishing. Looks like the pictures are from the Chaska landing.

Good luck on the sale Dennis.

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Wish I could help you out and keep the boat local Dennis, its just not in the cards at this point in life.

Good Luck to ya!

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Well she sold!

She will still run her favorite waters, The MN River, I just won't be going with her.

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If you ever need a night out on the river Dennis, you know the number.

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Glad to see she found a new home. Maybe I will get to ride in her again someday soon!!!!!!!!

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Glad to see she found a new home. Maybe I will get to ride in her again someday soon!!!!!!!!

Who bought it? Someone from FM?

It was a great price! Wish I would have seen this earlier frown.

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Congrats on the sale Dennis. If I were in the market, a RP would be high on my list.

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Maybe next year when I sub in the BP cat leaque, the new owner will take me out for a night of fishing in that RP.

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Thank you dennis for getting me in to my dream boat. You are welcome any time, and hopefully soon.

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Thanks Andy!

I'm glad that you bought it. I'd much rather see a guy from the "neighborhood" get it, and one who will take (probably better) care of it than I did.

Don't let wastewater borrow it! :-D

If you should have any questions. you have my number.

Always willing to help.

And thanks to those who are offering to get me out, now that my boat is gone.

I'll mostlikely take you up on it from time to time.

I am looking forward to fishing the shore with a good friend, and the best shore angler I know, Dark 30.

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