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    Default 20' North River Seahawk

    100_0325.jpgI just got this! Anyone else have one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by piscoya View Post
    100_0325.jpgI just got this! Anyone else have one?
    Very Nice, what size is the ZUK hanging on the back....?
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    I just sold my 21 footer. I loved that boat. You will love it. They handle very well in rough conditions.

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    150 hp and a 9.9 hp. Both 4 strokes

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    Quote Originally Posted by piscoya View Post
    100_0325.jpgI just got this! Anyone else have one?
    I have a 22' Seahawk with a Yam 225. Been very happy with it... very solid boat and as mentioned handles the rough stuff very well.

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    Here's the one I had a few years back. I built the hard top for it.

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    Here it is..Northriver.jpg

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    I've got one that I love. It is powered by a 115 Mercury Optimax and it gets up and goes with four on board without any hesitation. The 9.9 Mercury 4 stroke is great for trolling. Last year I put 903 gallons through them and 300 hours on the main engine. I let that engine idle when I am pulling my shrimp pots with the puller and while pulling the crab pots by hand so there is a mix of running and idling. The kicker is in there too, but it drinks so little it isn't worth talking about. I am about to move up to a 24' North River because of all the company I get, but I have been more than happy with the 20'. It's for sale!

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