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Old 05-02-2013, 03:43 PM   #1
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Yes, I would love to have a Majek, Transport, SCB, Shoalwater, or any of the other low sided skinny water/flats boats BUT...... I have 2 small kids that love to fish with me and I don't want to have to worry about them falling out of the boat. SO, with that in mind, I live on Cow Bayou just minutes from Sabine Lake and I am researching Bay Boats so that I can take my family fishing. Trying to stay as close to 22' without going over and will more than likely end up with a used boat instead of brand new.

So, which boat would you pick & how old is too old?
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Old 05-02-2013, 03:49 PM   #2
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just go ahead and get a 26' Velocity they are the new kings of bayboats... the kids are supposed to have life jackets on at all times no matter what so don't worry about em falling out without floating,,, my fishing partner is almost 4 and has been in my bass boat with me for 3 years now and I have never had him fall out or jump in without me telling him to ( swimming) I used to worry about it until he assured me one day that he didn't want to fall in even with the lifejacket on because he would scare the fish he was tring to catch... lol good luck in your search
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I went through a similar choice back in 2005. I wanted something that I could fish bays with the kids. Near-shore to 25miles out with the guys. I ended up with a Nautic Star Pro 22'. 4 stroke Yam with a jack plate. High sides so the ride is dry with the kids and they couldn't just drop over the side accidently. I wasn't so worried about when I was stopped but underway you never know what kids will do trying to put their hands in the water that splashes up. This one has two jump seats in the back so the ride is smooth for them.

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Old 05-02-2013, 04:02 PM   #4
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El Pescador 24'
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Old 05-02-2013, 04:13 PM   #6
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Checkout - Tidewater, Bluewave, Seahunt, Triton...

All are moderately priced and solid boats.
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Old 05-02-2013, 04:17 PM   #7
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Love the Carolina skiff.
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Old 05-02-2013, 04:20 PM   #8
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Haynie. Nuff Said. Smoothest driest riding boat I have ever been in. Thats what I would own if I was not addicted to fishing so skinny. The 24' High Output. Poco Bueno on here used to have one with a Mercury 250 55 Mph was do able. He even took out to the rigs and fish for Kings and snapper.

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Old 05-02-2013, 04:23 PM   #9
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Pathfinder, bluwave, nautic star, blazer bay...Haynies have high sides models and so does trans...drive me all and find the one that fits ya, no different than buying a new bow.....my buddy picked up a new sea fox and they have really stepped their game up the last couple years too
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Pathfinder, bluwave, nautic star, blazer bay...Haynies have high sides models and so does trans...drive me all and find the one that fits ya, no different than buying a new bow.....my buddy picked up a new sea fox and they have really stepped their game up the last couple years too
Yea, I have to guys at work with fairly new Sea Fox. Appears to be a good boat.

I agree Poco's boat was really nice. I'll have to look in to those as well.
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Old 05-02-2013, 04:28 PM   #11
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just go ahead and get a 26' Velocity
Good night a living. I had never even heard of Velocity. Sharp boat. I assume the cost is in line with Yellowfin?
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Good night a living. I had never even heard of Velocity. Sharp boat. I assume the cost is in line with Yellowfin?
MSRP $83,500.00 - Special sale price $53,500.00
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Old 05-02-2013, 04:50 PM   #13
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You dont really need a real skinny running boat on sabine. Just go with a kenner or something similar.
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Love the Carolina skiff.
Mw too they are just too rough and wet riding for my taste.
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Old 05-02-2013, 04:53 PM   #15
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My buddy has a 22' Blazer Bay, nice dry boat. Does great when Sabine Lake, Rayburn, and Toledo get rough.
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You dont really need a real skinny running boat on sabine. Just go with a kenner or something similar.
Yea, I know I don't need one I just like them. I love fishing the marsh but my Southfork and Tohatsu are just fine for that. I will end up with a Kenner or the like just trying to figure out which one I want. I like the Pathfinders, Tritons, Blackjacks, Sea Fox, etc.... Just curious of some personal experiences with any of them.

You fish a lot. What boat are you running?
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Old 05-02-2013, 04:57 PM   #17
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You can fish the whole town out of a Carolina Skiff but you will beat them to death getting there. Kenners are good boats, and so are Blue Waves. I personally would own a Pathfinder if I got the hankering again. No wood to rot and smooth and dry running. I slept on the front deck of one doing 35mph is 3' chop and never got wet. Not the shallowest running boat I have ever been in, but the smoothest no doubt.
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Some of the new Blue waves are good looking boats. But that Majek Exteme is nice.
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Old 05-02-2013, 05:11 PM   #19
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Some of the new Blue waves are good looking boats. But that Majek Exteme is nice.
I agree. Dream boat for me would probably be the Majek. I did briefly check out the new Blue Wave Pure Bay and it is a sweet looking boat.
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Old 05-02-2013, 05:13 PM   #20
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Old 05-02-2013, 05:15 PM   #21
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I don't know what your price range is but I have been kicking around the idea of selling my bay boat. Its a 2005 blazer bay 2420 with a 250 Yamaha hpdi 2 stroke 36 volt trolling motor, CD player, ship to shore radio, bobs 10" jack plate, lenco trim tabs, raw water wash down lowrance GPS depth combo. Last time I used it was last summer took it to Rayburn a few times. I love the boat but I'm building a house and hate to pay notes on it and not use it. 27,500 is what I would ask (about what I owe). A new one rigged out like it today would be around 50k plus.
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I don't know what your price range is but I have been kicking around the idea of selling my bay boat. Its a 2005 blazer bay 2420 with a 250 Yamaha hpdi 2 stroke 36 volt trolling motor, CD player, ship to shore radio, bobs 10" jack plate, lenco trim tabs, raw water wash down lowrance GPS depth combo. Last time I used it was last summer took it to Rayburn a few times. I love the boat but I'm building a house and hate to pay notes on it and not use it. 27,500 is what I would ask (about what I owe). A new one rigged out like it today would be around 50k plus.
Sounds like a decent deal but I think I may look for something a little newer. I think 8 years is about as old as I would want to go with a used boat, which yours is in that range, but I just started looking. Am I wrong for thinking that? What's the oldest you would buy in a used boat?

Also, I'd like to stick with 22'. I don't think I want anything 24'.
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Old 05-02-2013, 05:21 PM   #23
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I'd go old boston whaler hull with a late model motor. They are built like a tank and the hulls last forever. Dry ride too.
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Old 05-02-2013, 05:32 PM   #24
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This thread is useless without pictures to drool over!!!! someone had to say it
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Old 05-02-2013, 05:33 PM   #25
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Can you mount a trolling motor on that?
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Old 05-02-2013, 05:33 PM   #26
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I bought it new in 2006, I put it in the shop last year for a service and had all the fuel filters changed out and water pump replaced. I think the printout said it had 150 hours on the motor. As far as buying an older boat it would just depend on the boat in my opinion some of the older boats are hard to beat. I bought it expecting to use it a lot more than I do. Out of those 150 hours probably 50 were at Rayburn. If my dad didn't have a skeeter zx22 bay sitting beside it I would not even consider selling it. Some of the 80 model Boston whalers and makos and champion bass boats I would have no problem buying and repowering them. I think those boats were better quality before they just started mass producing them like they do now.
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Old 05-02-2013, 05:34 PM   #27
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There is a 22ft Century forsale at tropical Marine in Marble Falls. Century makes one awesome boat!!!
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I love my Kenner. My next boat will be a shallow sport. Made in Texas.
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I think the hull is so close to a pathfinder that pathfinder actually tried to sue them but lost do to the pathfinder patent running out.
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Had a trolling motor on my Pescador but never used it so got rid of it.
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Old 05-02-2013, 05:45 PM   #32
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If you are going to be fishing Sabine I wouldn't worry about anything to get skinny. I would worry more about handling rougher water and how dry the ride is. My buddies have ran a Seafox, Triton lts, and a Seachaser. They are all good boats that handle that type of water very well and can still get you shallow. My favorite is the Triton LTs. That boat is one of the smoothest dry riding boats I have been in, and handles rough water very well. We fish that boat from the bayous all the way out to the short rigs.
I love how people immediately start throwing at the baddest most expensive items when questions like this are presented. For practicality I would look at boats similar to those three.
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Yea, I know I don't need one I just like them. I love fishing the marsh but my Southfork and Tohatsu are just fine for that. I will end up with a Kenner or the like just trying to figure out which one I want. I like the Pathfinders, Tritons, Blackjacks, Sea Fox, etc.... Just curious of some personal experiences with any of them.

You fish a lot. What boat are you running?
I have sold ALL my boats but have had a blue wave, kenner, carolina skiff and a key west. I liked the key west best of all. Smooth dry ride and was very nice for the price. I would personally look into a Dargel and see if one fits your needs. Ive been mulling over the idea of another boat but honestly cant justify the cost of owning one.
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I currently own a Kenner and have since 2005. I love it. Been a great family boat. Been thinking of putting it on the market cause I have the itch for a different boat. My next boat will either be a Shallow Sport modified V or the 25 foot Majek. I have test drive ALOT of boats lately and those are my two finalist. Haynie is a nice boat also and it is smooth and dry like everyone is saying. The reason for that though is because its narrower so it cuts the water better. The down fall is if u anchor in the slightest of chop to fish four people off the side it rolls way to much for my liking because of its narrowness. There are a million options out there and my only real suggestion is drive before u buy cause everyone has a different liking on how a boat handles.
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Shallow Sport Modified V problem solved.
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Don't do it bob... my buddy owns a glass shop and I see ss in there all the time. A lot of flex in their decks.
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Haynie....
Pathfinder, majek and the pure bay is a great boat. All depends on what you want to spend.
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That boat will do both.surprised me how skinny they Will run but still not a fan of the boats.
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Man that's all you see down there. Shallowsports.
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Old 05-02-2013, 06:24 PM   #45
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Oh there are plenty around but just letting you know what I see in his shop. Next time you get on one keep sn eye on the deck when you walk around. Almost all the ones I have been on have some flex to it which will lead to some glass work down the road. If you want a skinny boat check out the haynie cats, ultra cat ( I heard that majek bought the mold and is fixn to start poppin them out) mejak redfish line but they will beat your teeth out.shoalwater makes a hell of a cat as well.
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Old 05-02-2013, 06:24 PM   #46
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I don't know if you would be interested in a gulf coast.its a 22 ft vari side. Has like 25 hrs on it. Pretty much new. They bought a house on a creek so he is looking to sell it. He is asking what he owes on it. But my uncle has one fully rigged out. Minkota power pole and trolling motor GDP/fish finder cd extra big console top not t. 225 jack plate. If your interested pm me I can get you all the details.
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Old 05-02-2013, 06:25 PM   #47
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Had a tunnel Kenner for years. Ran all over east and mostly west maddy. Loved the boat.
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Old 05-02-2013, 06:38 PM   #48
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Have to throw Ranger out there. They build some great boats.
Was sponsored by them for many years and helped with the design of some of their inshore boats.
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Old 05-02-2013, 06:44 PM   #49
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that century has been for sale in marble falls for 6 + mths now

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Yeah they are asking a little to much IMO.
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