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  • Birthday 11/01/1979

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  1. 2005 Lund Explorer Fisherman Adventure 1600 side console boat (16’6”). Excellent condition both inside and outside. 86” wide beam and roomy with lots of storage including 7’ lockable rod locker with 5 rod sleeves and tons of base storage within this compartment. Covered bow storage with leather snap on cover. Floor anchor storage compartment, and plenty of other storage in the bow, starboard locker, and transom. A large lighted divided livewell in front of the console and a baitwell in the rear of the boat. Both livewell and baitwell aerated are on automatic timers and either can be independently be shut off. 12volt cigarette outlet at the bow(for spot light or cell phone charger). 2 Fish-On mounted rod holder bases at the bow and 3 Fish-On additional, movable rod holders along the Lund Sport Trac system (allowing the rod holders to be moved anywhere along the gunwale). 3 batteries with a 2 bank battery charger/tender on the 2 trolling motor batteries. Interstate starting battery new is 3-4 years old. The trolling motor batters are the largest size (size 31) deep cycle batteries new in 2012 (still hold charge and deliver power like they are brand new). Factory issued Lund boat cover included(never been used in the last 5 years). Comes with 3 premium, matching Lund leather seats that can be moved to 6 seat bases. 6 cup holders. Raised front and rear casting decks. The floor is in great shape. No soft spots at all. Absolutely no Leaks and clean bottom of hull. Some minor wear on the carpet. The boat is licensed in MN thru 2019. I will include a matching throw cushion (red). Bow nets along both sides for additional storage of items. 3 interior lights are installed on this boat. There is a Sony AM/FM/CD stereo with antenna included at the console. The Sony has a detachable face with carry case included. 2 waterproof marine speakers provide plenty of quality sound. New bilge pump last year (2016). Speed, tach, and fuel gauges at dash. 72” floor ruler and 36” aluminum rulers included with “bump board” feature. There is a lockable glove box in the console. Front and Rear navigation lights included. Gas tank is over ¾ full of new fuel (BONUS). See full specs and floor plan from Lund at page #27 and #34 from the link below: http://www.lundboats.com/wp-content/uploads/catalogs/2005.pdf 2004 Mercury 60 HP EFI motor. 2 tilt and trim switches, at the throttle, and motor. No dings or nicks in the flawless stainless prop and a brand new aluminum spare prop included (never touched water). The skag has a dime sized notch missing, but has been filed down and has no impact to the performance of this motor. The motor is in excellent condition and runs perfectly. Starts easy even in extremely cold weather. Pushes the boat 33MPH with one person. The motor has a Sting Ray Hydro Foil fin on it as well. Squeeze/pump ball included, but never need to squeeze. 2006 Karavan galvanized roller trailer with matching galvanized rims. Spare tire included that is in great shape. Recently, completely rewired with heavy gauge protected wire and LED lights. It has the rear 3-light bar too. Brand new tires last fall(2016) with new tire marks still visible. Less than 500 miles on these new tires. Bearing buddies and transom saver included. 2” ball and flat 4 trailer wire hookup. The trailer has a lifetime license in MN. Swing tongue saves over 2’ of storage and this boat can be stored in 20’ deep garage (motor down and swing tongue). 2 quick tie-down straps included on transom. One man can roll this boat easily into and out of a garage. 2013 Minnkota Terrova 80lb 24v trolling motor with iPilot and iPilot Link (linked to Humminbird 898 graph). This trolling motor include a brand new (never used except for one quick test) Terrova foot pedal. 65” shaft and universal2 transducer built in the trolling motor head. Battery charge indicators. The iPilot Link was added to the Terrova in new in 2015. The iPilot Link comes with a color LCD remote that is on a lanyard and was replaced brand new under warranty last year. 2 Humminbird graphs included. Permanently at the bow is a Humminbird 898HD SI GPS/Sonar/DI combo graph(4 years old). Humminbird 899HD is 2 years old and can be linked to iPilot Link Minnkota from the bow or the console. I put the graph in the bow for most of my fishing, but if I’m trolling, I can move it back to the console. At the bow it reads off the Terrova trolling motor US2 transducer and at the console it reads off the factory issued transducer at the stern. The 899 is mounted on a HD RAM mount and the 898 is mounted on a Johnny Ray swivel mount at the console. The 898 reads side imaging and down imaging very well. Both graphs and the iPilot Link have the latest software upgrades installed. I have the newest LakeMaster chips for upper Midwest waters in both graphs. 2 owners. I’m selling only because I’m planning to by a slightly larger Lund boat. I’ve owned this boat since 2012. Always stored in a garage (heated for most of its life) and never left on a dock overnight. Boat and motor were purchased new in 2005 by previous owner (motor was a carry over). The previous owner then put a new trailer under this boat in 2006. I’ve got all the original motor manuals for basically everything on this boat. This boat if fully loaded and ready to fish or recreation. I would be happy to accompany a serious buyer to the water for a test drive, or hookup the ear muffs in my driveway. You won’t be disappointed with how well this motor starts and runs and purrs. It’s extremely efficient on gas and uses no oil from season to season. The oil, oil filter, and lower unit grease is changed fresh every season. Serious inquires only. This is a MUST SEE boat to appreciate its appearance all it has to offer. In-fact, I’d say you have to drive this boat and have it on the water to fully leverage the electronics, motor, trolling motor, and fish catching attitude. If price is a concern, I’m willing to negotiate by removing/keeping the Terrova trolling motor, the Humminbird graphs, the LakeMaster mapping chips to put towards my new boat. I also have 2 butt/casting seats that I will throw in if it’s a full price, easy transaction. Cash or Bank Check. No tax. I will have a Bill of Sale. The title is free and clear and in my possession. Asking $14,250 Cross posted on several sites. I live downtown Rochester, MN I’m no photographer, but I took pictures from almost every angle (it was raining out) and the boat was I just pressure washed the floors so that’s why they look wet. https://goo.gl/photos/KZz4jKhWwcVGAsKm6 Cell: (605) 216-2581 call/text Email: [email protected] Thank You for looking
  2. I have a group of ~30 coming up for the 8th or 9th year in a row. My boat will be there 4/23-4/29 and staying at WigWam. Tis my most anticipated trip every single year. Hope the melt and weather play nicely with our schedule this year. I've been missing the "perfect" week to be there for the past several years.
  3. Tyler Holm

    Anyone own a Lx7 and Flx 28?

    I also own an LX5 and FL18 and the 18 shows high flyers much better than the LX5. I also got the LX9, but haven't seen yet how it reads high flyers. I like the LX-9 a lot. Lots of power and features there. I'm currently having an issue with my charger thou. I'm pretty sure it fried my battery so I sent in the charger in hopes Marcum replaces it.
  4. Tyler Holm

    Anyone own a Lx7 and Flx 28?

    I'm interested in this same information. Would you mind sending me the same PM. Thank You
  5. Out entire group of 30 will be there. Prob do all our fishing from Baudette to Birchdale
  6. I'll be up there April 17-23rd. It's nice to be up there after walleyes season ends, and before the catch and keep starts. This year it works out perfectly for my schedule! PS Borderview lodge is currently booked during those dates.
  7. Tyler Holm

    2012 Sturgeon Excursion

    Absolutely. Every year just keeps getting better and better. I wasn't sure if we would top for 2011 trip last year but we crushed it with 38 fish over 50" and 6 over 60"
  8. Tyler Holm

    2012 Sturgeon Excursion

    Totally cannot wait for the '12 SE. This year is going to be EPIC. Been going up the weekend after tax day every year for the past 5yrs. If it ain't broke, ... Last year 42 of us came up in our group. It's not really a traveling trophy but it's a take home plaque. I got them made in Rochester for $22 for each 5x7 (pictured), and $17 for each 4x6. Last year plaques were given to the top 6 fish (all were over 60"). I think there were 25-30 guys that wanted in on these plaques and I charged them $5 each. Gold, Silver, Bronze
  9. Tyler Holm

    Sturgeon tips and webpages

    Tim, outstanding info. I've seen you on the river 2 and 3 years ago on several occasions. I'll catch you one of these times and say hi.
  10. rod tip lights. Either battery operated or glow sticks.
  11. Got a group of 43 guys coming. Staying and Borderview Lodge (walking distance when gettin jiggy at the wiggy). Boiling over with excitement. I'll be there the 14-22. Night fishing rocks, even if others say its slow. Yes, some nights are slow and the fish seem to turn on and off (or come in waves much like day fishin). My experience over the past 5 years of fairly aggressive sturgeon fishing I'd guess yields 10-20% better fishing at night. Maybe its the fact that the wind usually lets up aiding in bite detection. Maybe it's easier to see the rod tip light bounce... I don't know. But don't rule out trying it.
  12. It's really hard to put into words the definition of this trip. The word slow comes to mind for sure...but??? Is that just because we've been spoiled with #'s in the past? By far, this year's average size surpassed all the previous years although we never put in any over 64" like we did the past 2 years. Generally speaking, we're not looking for numbers anyways. Giants is the goal. As far as I'm concerned, goal attained. I made sure to level set the expectations for this trip. I spent hours researching and following the reports from others. It was obvious Mother Nature gave us an early spring which forced us to fish up river from our normal spot (4-mile bay on LOTW). IMO, the River was the place to be, and it paid off. In the order they were caught.... 1st fish of the trip. 56" 42lb caught out of ClementsonAccessOnRainyRiver. 2nd fish 51.5" caught in the Gap 4th fish 50.5" 34.5" Saturday was awesome for us. We decided to pioneer a trip clear up to the Little Fork (which is the trib where most of the Rainy River sturgeon spawn). We fished right near mile marker 8, meaning we were 8 miles downstream of International Falls. We caught all 5 fish in a 3 hour time frame. Considering each fish is ~30min fight, we rarely had our lines in the water. 45" 59.25" x 23.75" 53.75" 56" 50.5" On Sunday we tried the same spot near the Little Fork. Not near as much luck. Another boat was in our spot and they pulled 5 nice fish while we could only watch. Andy did get a nice one thou. 52" Ended the trip with 19 sturgeon in my boat (2 guys for 5 days), but we had 8 fish over 50". We never had a goose egg day, but some boats certainly did. Most fish caught in one day was 5 for us. I personally had an outstanding year. 6 fish over the trophy mark with a personal best of 59.25" (although it was snagged near the tail which made for a hell of a fight)
  13. Yep, that's been awesome. I'll be up there 4/20-4/25. How do you guys think this early melt will affect the fishing?
  14. Tyler Holm

    Maybe the fall bite has finally started!

    Nice fall fish fellas!
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