This is obviously not your typical THT fiberglass boat, but it's a perfect river/shallow water boat!
I love this boat, but we don't have the time to use it. Having it just sit beside the house doesn't make sense. It needs to go to someone that will use and enjoy it as much as I have.
This is our 'catfish' rig that we've used to run the Savannah river and local lakes/reservoirs. I've run it (on plane) in 6" of water. It sips gas with a top end around 35mph fully loaded with two adults.
Boat is located about 50 miles west of Savannah Georgia.
Hull - 2004 all welded 1756 with VBW and raised transom tunnel package
LOA - 16' 10"
Beam - 77"
Motor - 2004 Yamaha 60hp two-stroke (60TLRNC), power tilt/trim on binnacle and motor side
Trailer - galvanized single axle, carpeted bunks, bearing buddies, new tires
- Three blade stainless prop
- Two 6.6 gallon portable gas tanks with new gauge caps
- Trolling motor - 2006 Motorguide 46lb foot controlled (46FW-FB)
- "Windlass" - Powerwinch Deck Mate 25 with 15lb river anchor (console controlled power up/free-fall down - integrated light)
- Garmin GPSMap 498 Color with external antenna and US Southeast inland lakes card
- Fully adjustable RAM mount for Garmin
- Flip back cooler seat on sliding mount
- Two removable pedestal seats
- Brand new sunbrella upholstery on all seats/cushions
- Sunbrella Bimini top
- 12 gallon aerated livewell under front console seat
- Dual batteries - one crank, one deep-cycle
- Yandina 100 battery combiner
- Dual 800gph Rule bilge pumps (independently switched, one on each side of tunnel)
- 48" Incandescent anchor/stern light
- Adjustable 40"-72" LED anchor/stern light
- Rod holders:6 - integrated in console sides
2 - forward of console before step-up front deck
7 - Vertical storage rack behind seat
4 - Removable galvanized deck mounted rack with 45 degree Driftmaster holders- Extra heavy duty tarp/cover
- Dual trailer tongue locks
I think I've taken pictures of everything y'all might be interested in seeing. If anyone wants more details/pictures, please don't hesitate to ask.
Pictures with Bimini down and up - also "tarp" cover:
Raised transom and motor/tunnel details:
Sliding bench seat - slid rearward for driving, forward for fishing off stern
Also shows 7 rod holder rack behind seat:
Rear raised rod holder rack and console rod holders:
Garmin and RAM mount:
Under rear hatch, auxiliary gas tank in place:
Trolling motor, anchor winch, and aerated livewell:
And finally, showing wife's striper - shallow draft, and my wife's "accidental carp" - rear rod holders in use:
Thanks for looking...