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    Default Nice boat

    Just saw this on Craigslist:

    http://anchorage.craigslist.org/boa/3673500556.html

    I don't know the current owner, but have run with it in the past. It is a fast stable boat that is well set up for fishing.
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    Very nice boat. It's always sitting at McKinley fence in town during the winter. I suspect the owner of McKinley is the captain, which also explains the name!
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    Yes, it used to be their boat. I agree clever name too. They sold it a couple of years ago and the new owners have not used it much. At 30kts in 2-3ft chop it looks like it is sitting on the trailer.
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    Saw the listing too last night and thought that it used to belong to FISHFACE/family. Very nice craft for sure.


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    oooooh that is sweet. Fished on one similar to this. Great riding boat. But man-o-man that gotta be a thirsty girl. But seriously, If I'm selling a $200,000 boat, I'd pick a picture without my bare feet sticking up the background.
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    I remember that boat, nice ride.

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    Nice looking boat for sure, but with 600hp hung off the stern I wonder what the range is. The cabin seems a bit narrow to accommodate a generous walk around configuration. You would definitely need paying customers to feed the beast.
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    Cabin is 8' wide and burns right on par with what Dman and spoiledone do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by breausaw View Post
    Nice looking boat for sure, but with 600hp hung off the stern I wonder what the range is.
    As I recall his fuel burn was right around double of mine, but with 360 gallows of fuel and around 1.5mpg, the range is better than most.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jrogers View Post
    As I recall his fuel burn was right around double of mine, but with 360 gallows of fuel and around 1.5mpg, the range is better than most.
    You do have a nice burn rate!
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    Anybody else see the irony of the fact the cover shot on CL is at the fuel dock? 360 gallons times $? a gallon = OUCH!

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