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Dave

2008 LUND 2010 Predator (Big Tiller)

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2008 Lund 2010 Predator

175 Mercury Pro XS / Big tiller

Shorland'r Roller Trailer

Minnkota 80 Vector

Minnkota 80 Terrova A/P

Vexilar Edge 3C

Humminbird 787c2

Wave Whackers and many extras.

Like New!

5 year extended warranty on motor

$31,500.00 no tax .. Delivery possible

Gary 612-685-4220 (cell) 763-753-2753 (home)

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Dave, I have been looking at this boat for a while now on Walleyes Inc. I really want to pull the trigger, but I can't quite convince the boss!

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How's that go.....easier to ask for forgiveness than for permission wink

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Apparently you haven't met her. I think that it would get pretty cold having to sleep in it during the winter! What does the new 2009 look like? Did Gary get Predator again or Pro Guide?

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Wouldn't be too bad with a cover and heater, LD grin He hasn't decided what's next.

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I really like the Team Lund graphics. I actually priced a new one out at a dealer this week, but it was the 2010 Pro Guide. It was about $5000 more than this boat, but it had a Vantage on the back and the electronics I want. I'm not a big fan of the Humminbirds. I had it priced out with a 520c on the bow and a HDS10 in the back. If I wasn't in the process of looking at a new house, I would definitely be all over this one. I may just have to wait until next year and stick with my 18 foot Alumacraft for now. I haven't driven a tiller that big before either. I would definitely like to take it for a test drive before taking the plunge.

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How do I show drool all over the screen and key board???WOW Who ever ends up with this boat is one LUCKY guy/gal.Please tell me Dave you have another boat in mind?? if you sell this baby you have to have a replacement...

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It's my brother's boat...and, yes, he gets a new one each year.

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Dave, I think we should definitly take this boat of your Brother's out for a test drive, and maybe a day of fishing?

I hope you've had a decent winter, I'm REALLY ready for Spring & open water for a while. Take care.

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Wolfman, was just doing that today! Was nice to get back out in a boat.....and what a nice boat to go out in. Someone's gonna get a heckuva deal.

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Was that you in Park Rapids Sat? Saw a rig nearly identical if it wasn't you.

Beautiful rig - definately what I want, but am still a year away from being able to make it happen.

I'll watch for your boat again next year if you're going with a tiller again!

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Nope...wasn't this boat that was in Park Rapids yesterday.

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dude, this s a awesome flippen rig. No reason for it to not be in someones hands.

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Was that you on the Rainy?Saw one just like it.

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Was that you on the Rainy?Saw one just like it.

Nope

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TTT

Was a tight economic year to sell a decked out rig, even at a steal of a price. Still time to get a great deal this year though in preparation for next season.

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I wish i could afford that! no one will hire a 15 year old now... =[

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Dave, would Gary consider selling without electronics? If so, how much?

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LakeDocktor,

I just spoke with Gary. He'll remove any extras as you wish and discount accordingly. You'll have to call him and discuss price though since I wasn't sure what "electronics" you're talking about.

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