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  • tinboat
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    The maiden voyage is next weekend in Homer. Maybe i can find a halibut out there to.

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  • spoiled one
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    Nice looking ride. Now post some pictures with some fur or fish!:topjob:

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  • patrickL
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    Great looking boat and congrats on the purchase. Hope to see you out on the water.

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  • tinboat
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    Here is a link to a tutorial on posting pictures. It is so easy a cave man can do it.


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    The Cave men you know must be pretty smart. Thanks for the link.

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  • spoiled one
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    Originally posted by tinboat View Post
    I will get the pictures and try and figure out how to post them. She is set up with Twin 150hp yamaha's and i think it will carry 126 gals of gas. Inside on the port it has a dinnete and a head. On the starboard side is the helm, sink, and wallas cooktop.
    Good deal. Sounds like an outstanding fishing platform! Here is a link to a tutorial on posting pictures. It is so easy a cave man can do it.

    http://forums.outdoorsdirectory.com/...sting-Pictures

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  • tinboat
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    I will get the pictures and try and figure out how to post them. She is set up with Twin 150hp yamaha's and i think it will carry 126 gals of gas. Inside on the port it has a dinnete and a head. On the starboard side is the helm, sink, and wallas cooktop.

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  • skydiver
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    Originally posted by tinboat View Post
    Hi all this is my first post. I have been enjoying the good info on this site for a couple of years now. I have been going through the process of trying to find the right boat ( in my price range) for my needs. (Aluminum, easely trailerable, V-berth, Heat, and stand up head) This winter I found a 2008 26' North River OS in Washington. I bought it and it just arrived in Soldotna. I am looking forward to seeing you all out in Whitter, Seward and Homer this summer
    My fishing buddy has the same boat. Nothing about it that I don't like.

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  • patrickL
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    Originally posted by pta View Post
    That's a nice boat :topjob:
    I have a '07 that I love, best riding production aluminum hull in my opinion.
    How's yours set up??
    Wait, what? I don't think I heard you correctly

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  • pta
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    That's a nice boat :topjob:
    I have a '07 that I love, best riding production aluminum hull in my opinion.
    How's yours set up??

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  • LuJon
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    ^^^^ What he said^^^^^

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  • spoiled one
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    Welcome to the forum, but this post is worthless without pictures! Sounds like a nice setup. What type of power, fuel capacity, and other goodies did she come with?

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  • patrickL
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    Congrats on the new rig and welcome to the forum. Be sure to post up some pics of your new baby. Hope to see you out this season.

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  • tinboat
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    26' North River OS

    Hi all this is my first post. I have been enjoying the good info on this site for a couple of years now. I have been going through the process of trying to find the right boat ( in my price range) for my needs. (Aluminum, easely trailerable, V-berth, Heat, and stand up head) This winter I found a 2008 26' North River OS in Washington. I bought it and it just arrived in Soldotna. I am looking forward to seeing you all out in Whitter, Seward and Homer this summer

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