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Hi there.

Selling my '04 Tournamanet Pro Tiller, boat is in great shape, a couple MINOR scratches and some carpet wear where tiller handle rubs on rear deck when transported. Always stored indoors, summer and winter.

90 HP Suzuki 4 Stroke

Transom saver

Stainless prop

LCX104C w/gps rear

LCX17 w/gps bow

80lb Minkota Vantage on rear

74 lb Minkota Maxxum w/ universal sonar on bow


3 Alumacraft seats

1 bicycle seat

two lighted livewells

awesome rod storage (I think I can get approx. 12-14 rods)

Karavan roller trailer w/ swing tounge

Spare tire


Asking $17,750

Ask any questions you wish.

This is the perfect tiller!


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I've personally fished in this boat, and it's a sweet ride. The electronics setup is mint, and there are many extras here that Stratos is being modest about! Handles big water nicely with wide stance and broad sides, but is small enough to launch on poorer ramps. It's a walleye fisherman's dream, but with the way it's rigged is a perfect multi-species boat.

And it catches fish smile


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