FS Pram Style Mini Driftboat...$850

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  1. Baseball_Junkie

    Baseball_Junkie Fish Witcher

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    I have enjoyed owning this little rig.It's an '89 12' Santiam Drifter, made in Gresham OR. Its perfect for two guys and a decent sized cooler. It comes with two 10' wooden oars and a custom trailer. I have an anchor system on each end for lake fishin and it floasts the Yakima like a dream. I have floated it on the Methow and the Wenatchee with much success and its easy to row. I have anchor line for both ends and I'll throw in a 30# anchor. It has a casting brace at one end. I have a clean title for the vessel and a bonded title for the Trailer

    BJ

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    Man, that's pretty! What's the hull weigh with the minimum gear aboard?
     
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    Baseball_Junkie Fish Witcher

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    Wow, I am embarrassed to say I don't know. I know when I had to weigh the trailer for WSP vehicle inspection my wife and I had to "beach" her at the truck stop for the scaling and she and I were able to muscle it off and back on with some effort so maybe 300ish bare bones empty, best guess. Me and one other guy lift-dragged her from lake to stop posts at Teal...:)

    BJ
     
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    Bump...Willing to let it go for $800. Its a great boat with lots of good fish karma.

    BJ
     
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    I'm interested. Where are you located?

    Thanks,

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    How is this not sold yet? Seems like a great boat for a great price!!!!
     
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    Do you come up toward Seattle much?
     
  8. Bump for a great deal!
     
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    Baseball_Junkie Fish Witcher

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    Thanks Paul for the nod. It IS a great boat for a great price. Fisheral...sent you a PM?? Can anybody tell if the new format has chamnged from PM to "Start a conversation?" Tried my damnedest to send Al a PM but couldn't figure out how to since the improvements to the site.

    BJ
     
  10. Yes, PM = Start a Conversation
     
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    Baseball_Junkie Fish Witcher

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    The "Frequent Flyer" has sold. Thx everyone. I might actually tear up a little when I deliver her on Saturday...sniff.

    Aaron
     
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    Whoever got it should love it! Someone got a sweet deal!
     
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    Jim Wallace Smells like low tide

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    That was a good deal. i just saw a sweet looking mini-drifter with oars, trailer and electric motor going for asking price of $1500 in Hoquiam.
     
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