So my wife has given me the ok to shop for a saltwater boat, under the condition that I clean up around the property, and liquidate stuff. I have an abundance of stuff, and am generally quite lazy, but I really want that boat so I've been busy busy busy. Already sold my old Maxima that's been a lawn ornament for the past year, and am working on getting my wife's Ranger up for sale as well. Now I just need to work on fishing stuff, and I'm starting with these two things.... First off, I absolutely hate to do it because I just picked this beauty up and it's so sweet to fish out of, but I need to sell the 8' home made wood pram I purchased off a fellow forum member just a couple weeks ago. It's an awesome, awesome little boat, and I'd truly love to hang on to it, but having my bigger pram makes this one more of a luxury toy than anything and it would add some money to the boat fund, so I need to see it leave. It's a gorgeous hand made boat, built on what I'm told is a design by the Port Ludlow Fly Club, which seems to be a very desireable design. It's very solidly built. Has a bad ass pedestal seat that spins for 360 degree fishing access when that big kamloops rainbow takes you for a ride, and has sweet beach wheels on the stern that are spring loaded to pop up out of the way for transporting into those harder to reach places. I'll post a couple pics but you really have to lay eyes on this thing to see its true beauty. I paid 350 for it two weeks ago, and I know that was a screaming deal. I'll pass this along to the first guy who says I'll take it for 350. Next up is a Bucks Bags South Fork pontoon. My step dad purchased two of these about a dozen years ago or so when we were big into steelhead fishing, and we used them maybe a dozen times in moving waters. Then he stored them away in his garage, where they remained until I claimed one about 4 years ago. I have since used the hell out of this boat, strictly on stillwaters. This thing has been rode hard and put away wet, but it has taken all the abuse I could dish out and hasn't blinked. The frame is not pretty, but it's ultra solid. I'm 6'1 and have fluxated between 250-350 over the years, and this thing has no problem hauling my ass around. The tubes have never had a leak, or been repaired. No tears or any major damage. Just wear from hard use. I don't have the stripping apron, and am missing one of the cargo bags. I have the oars that came with it, and a pump and fins as well. Personally I would take this thing down the Yak tomorrow without thinking twice, but I imagine more than anything it would make someone a fine stillwater platform. Scotty rod holder mounted on frame. I have no idea what this thing is worth... I know it's solid as all hell, just not pretty. Maybe 150 bucks if you come get it, or meet me in the greater Kitsap area where it isn't too inconvenient?