FS 2006 Lund Alaskan 20'

#1
Versatile boat for lakes or Puget Sound. My dad bought it new from Master Marine. It has been allover the state, from Banks Lake to Neah Bay. I have used it for bass, trout, salmon and crab. It's a good fly fishing boat with minimal things to snag your line on. Has 670 hours on a Yamaha 90hp four-stroke. I'll be sad to see it go but I bought a new boat. $9,500obo
-27gal fuel tank
-King galvanized trailer
-1000gph factory bilge and 1100gph aftermarket auto bilge
-Rigid Industries interior lights
-Igloo cooler with stainless tie-dows
-Livewell
-4 Fish-On rod holders with adjustable Lund bases
-2 cup holders with adjustable Lund bases.
-2 spare Lund adjustable bases
-Garmin GPSmap 162 with Puget Sound map loaded.
-Lowrance LCX-15mt
-Handheld WestMarine VHF
-Leelock anchor line lock
-Canvas cover
-Transom Saver (not installed)
-3 seats
-Fire extinguisher, horn, flairs
-Fuel line for kicker & wired for bow mount trolling motor
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Active Member
#5
Scudley was nice enough to post about an open spot in this boat last year, and I snagged it. The boat looked and fished great. If I were in a different place in life and knew how to handle myself in a boat, I'd be all over this.

Congrats on the new boat, Scudley!
 
#11
Richard, it has been a great do all boat for us. If my health hadn't gotten in the way that motor would have a lot more hours on it! The thing has always tuned heads, and it does attract gawkers at the boat ramp. Did I mention the chicks dig it ;)
 

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