2007 Koffler 12' wideback whitewater, stillwater, saltwater, backwater, PRAM!

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yellowlab

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Time to let her go, fully loaded with the top of the line Koffler trailer (2007), have titles in hand for both.

160 lbs, great for upper Yakima, stillwater, EZ to trailer and lift with two guys.
.080 sides, 6061-T6 aluminum alloy sides and bottom
Extrusion joining sides and bottom
Rope oarsman seat with side tackle trays
Adjustable footbrace
Adjustable seats, both fore and after to help balance weight/load
Antislip elevated floor, keeps your feet dry
6 position oarlock bases with UHMW bushings and brass oarlocks
Zolatone interior paint finished in Hamlett grey speckle
Glovit bottom coating, square chine, excellent shape for a three year old boat.

Trailer is currently tabbed til May 2011, all lights work, just repacked oil bath hubs, great tires, spare tire on board, elevated "Cat Walk" deck, don't have to worry about getting wet to launch and or retrieve the pram. Two side mounted pockets for anchors.

Comes with Dierks anchor lock, anchor, Cataract carbon fiber 8' oars, blue with Magnum blades.

This is the most widest and most stable casting rowing platform that I've fished from and displaces very little water. You can float the upper Yak, Klick, or other skinny raft water with this pram with no issues.

Compare at over $7000 for this exact same package built from Koffler.
http://www.kofflerboats.com/white_water_prams.html

$3000
 

BDD

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Very nice package...about the best deal on a used outfit that I have seen in a long time.

I only wished I needed something like that so I could justify getting it.

Good luck.
 
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Are you serious? I love this boat. I have same model from about 1977. Shall we renew the trade discussions regarding the Loop Multi?:rofl:
 

yellowlab

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Are you serious? I love this boat. I have same model from about 1977. Shall we renew the trade discussions regarding the Loop Multi?:rofl:
I'd need a few more Multi's to seal the deal... The wideback option just came out within the last few years and really adds to the stability of this boat. My fishing buddy is 6'7" and close to 300 lbs and he can lean over in his 10' wideback with no stability issues whatsoever.

$3000 is what I have into it and it does represent a great deal. Anyone who knows Koffler and or ther price of aluminum and inflation will know that this boat will hold its value. I just added up all the pros and cons for me at this time and its just taking up more parking space for me.
 
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I'd need a few more Multi's to seal the deal... The wideback option just came out within the last few years and really adds to the stability of this boat. My fishing buddy is 6'7" and close to 300 lbs and he can lean over in his 10' wideback with no stability issues whatsoever.

$3000 is what I have into it and it does represent a great deal. Anyone who knows Koffler and or ther price of aluminum and inflation will know that this boat will hold its value. I just added up all the pros and cons for me at this time and its just taking up more parking space for me. If this was three years in the future, I'd probably buy the boat back from the future buyer... oh well...

I agree, obviously I don't have the wide-back version, but I have heard nothing but great reports and I think it is a terrific improvement. I also agree, Koffler is a great company and you are getting rid of a sweet boat. Mine is literally 30 years old and it is as solid as the day it came out of the shop. Good luck, someone is going to get an incredibly versatile little boat at a good price.
 

yellowlab

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Id also be open to tradin' for a 10' Wideback of similar year and features... I too can't believe its still here, have it on the boards in CA and in BC, alot of 'wishers' but no buyers... ah well. Guess I'll just keep her, maybe the good Lord wants me to hold onto her for a bit longer.
 
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