FS 18' Tiderunner

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High Flyin

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This is a perfect fishing boat for the Puget Sound, Sekiu or Hood Canal. It allows plenty of room for playing fish and multiple areas to place you rods. The size of the boat is perfect for this area and allows it for many different uses. I just use it for fishing and cruising with the family. The high sides allow safety for children to go with. For flyfishing this is great. You can run out to the rips and fish those areas you're unable to access with out the boat. Also, you can cover so much more water than if you are stuck on the beach.

Just in time for salmon season. The boat is in fantastic shape and easy to drive. The only flaw is the seats need replacing. 1979 18' Tiderunner. The engine was rebuilt within the last couple years. Just added two Scotty manual downriggers on swivel bases. Easy to put on or take off. Used once. The boat has 4 positions for rod holders. Fishes 3 or 4 comfortably.

The 85 horsepower Johnson 2 stroke runs perfect and starts up immediately, extremely reliable, trolls the perfect speed but has room for a kicker motor on the left side of the boat, if desired. The galvanized trailer is in perfect shape and easy to drive. The rollers work great. The boat and trailer can be hauled by any SUV/truck. Has large storage area in the nose of the boat. Also, has storage on each side of the boat. Fish box is under the floor. The hull is in great shape and is a deep V and can handle poor weather. Almost always stored inside and covered.

Has a 25 gallon fuel tank that is bolted to the floor in the back. Has a fish finder and I have large GPS for it but it is not installed on the boat. Comes with 4 downrigger clips and two 10lbs downrigger balls. I just added bungees for the downrigger balls. Also, comes with other boat safety stuff.

Don’t miss this opportunity on the perfect boat. July starts the opening of salmon season that will last until December and for some year round!!! $6500 obo Please respond and I will send more pictures. Hikingthewest@gmail.com


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