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    Default 2010 - 29' Wooldridge Pilot house for sale on Craigslist

    Cruising the boats for sale and found this one listed......
    http://anchorage.craigslist.org/boa/4334227122.html

    I have seen the boat a few times on the south end of PWS running in some crappy weather with a pile of people in her. Don't know them or anything else about it but I do know its a fine fishing machine if its made by Wooldridge.
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    Wow, that's a nice boat. Anybody have $140k they want to loan me without my wife finding out about it? I'm sure I could hide the boat somewhere

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    140K ?? shakes his head in disbelief !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by potbuilder View Post
    140K ?? shakes his head in disbelief !!
    Shaking head cause that is too much or not enough. Pm me if you want .

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    I'm no boat appraiser but I would have wanted that on a triple axle trailer and quite a bit more power, very nice boat though! I would be happy to store it for whoever buys it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by limon32 View Post
    I'm no boat appraiser but I would have wanted that on a triple axle trailer and quite a bit more power, very nice boat though! I would be happy to store it for whoever buys it...
    They are light for size. I would be surprised if the entire package was 10K pounds on the trailer and full fuel. Wooldridge says it will plane on one motor.
    Spending my kids' inheritance with them, one adventure at a time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spoiled one View Post
    They are light for size. I would be surprised if the entire package was 10K pounds on the trailer and full fuel. Wooldridge says it will plane on one motor.
    Interesting, thanks for the info, I hope it's still available in about 10 years when I've saved a little more!


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    Quote Originally Posted by 1S1K View Post
    Shaking head cause that is too much or not enough. Pm me if you want .
    Is it yours or you interested in it ?? just a lot of money for a tin boat in my opinion, not my style boat at all. I do realize they are well built boats.

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    No not personally interested. I'm working with Bayweld. I was just curious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by potbuilder View Post
    Is it yours or you interested in it ?? just a lot of money for a tin boat in my opinion, not my style boat at all. I do realize they are well built boats.
    I'm in the same "boat" potbuilder. haha I can't believe what an aluminum 29' boat goes for these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by limon32 View Post
    I'm no boat appraiser but I would have wanted that on a triple axle trailer and quite a bit more power, very nice boat though! I would be happy to store it for whoever buys it...
    Not necessary, they are built smart so your not carrying around all that extra baggage. That why they plane out on one motor if need be, easy to pull, efficient fishing machines is what they are.

    It's spendy but you get what you pay for, in my opinion. Quality ain't cheap these days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bkmail View Post

    It's spendy but you get what you pay for, in my opinion. Quality ain't cheap these days.
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    I have no doubt about that, I coveted their river boats when I was back home!



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    Weight wise they seem to be in the same class as Hewescraft and Duckworth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1S1K View Post
    No not personally interested. I'm working with Bayweld. I was just curious.
    In my opinion there is no comparison between a 29 Bayweld vs a 29 Wooley. Its apples to oranges. Are you having them build you a boat ?? I posted the wooley ad on another site i hang out on and here's some of the comments
    That thing looks like an RV with outboards. All I see is peeling paint or powder coat in a couple years
    the interior reminds me of a sub-way car!
    my 140k would go elsewhere for sure!

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    If everything goes as planned my build will start this fall in the process of spec'ing out the build with BW. Actually got my final quote this morning. Eric sent it at 12:40am. Haven't put a dime down yet and Eric's commitment and patience with me is amazing. Sounds like Glenn and his crew are pretty cool too.

    Im interested in all aluminum builds. When your buying fruit you might want apples you might want oranges. I'm definitely going with BW but I look at all aluminum builders for ideas and comparisons.

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    Guess thats why there are a pile of boat builders out there.
    I can't stand a glass boat, hate inboards, been there done that. Some folks like Bayliners, others love Glaciercrafts, some like lobstah boats.
    I love my Wooly!
    All I see is a well built, efficient fishing machine, backed by one of the best boat companies in the NW.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bkmail View Post
    Guess thats why there are a pile of boat builders out there.
    I can't stand a glass boat, hate inboards, been there done that. Some folks like Bayliners, others love Glaciercrafts, some like lobstah boats.
    I love my Wooly!
    All I see is a well built, efficient fishing machine, backed by one of the best boat companies in the NW.
    BK
    bk- that's all that matters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bkmail View Post
    Guess thats why there are a pile of boat builders out there.
    I can't stand a glass boat, hate inboards, been there done that. Some folks like Bayliners, others love Glaciercrafts, some like lobstah boats.
    I love my Wooly!
    All I see is a well built, efficient fishing machine, backed by one of the best boat companies in the NW.
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    ya need a blood pressure cuff on ya buddy !!!

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    With the cost of aluminum and labor, overhead and profit, that's what makes aluminum boats cost more....miss the old days of cheaper material prices!!
    It's better to burn out than fade away.....

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