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Old 02-22-2021, 10:14 PM   #1
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Anyone else have the new boat fever. Getting my Nitro 591 on the market. Going back to a CC for a more family friendly rig. Looking at a Xpress H20 and a G3 20 Bay DLX.


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pics, please................
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My new boat should be going into rigging any day now. It's been a long wait to get this one. I ordered it on Aug 7.
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Old 02-23-2021, 09:48 AM   #4
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My new boat should be going into rigging any day now. It's been a long wait to get this one. I ordered it on Aug 7.
What colors did you go with Glenn?
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Old 02-23-2021, 09:54 AM   #6
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I have it for sure but building a house this summer/fall. New boat next spring.
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No fish in the saltwater. I think you should wait 3 or 12 years
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Old 02-23-2021, 10:10 AM   #8
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I do have the itch for a Sabine Skiff, trying real hard to ignore but I know I'm not real strong...
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Old 02-23-2021, 10:10 AM   #9
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I had new Majek Redfish fever a couple months or so ago..... I went over to my sisters and replaced the water jacket and rebuilt the carb on my brother in law’s boat for him




I got over “the wants” pretty ****in quick
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Old 02-23-2021, 10:25 AM   #10
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Here is my foreseen pros/cons of the two boats I am looking at:

Xpress H20B
Pro: slightly lower price, sea deck option, better overall appearance IMO
Cons: hard to find a tandem axle trailer for the H20, hard to find anything larger than a 115HP outboard

G3
Pros: Found a 150HP on a tandem axle trailer with sea deck option
Cons: Priced higher, still a good looking boat just not as visually appealing as the Xpress IMO

Regardless this is the plan for rigging. Garmin units front and back, Minnkota 24v Terrova TM, would love an Atlas jack plate with either single or dual Talons if its in the budget.
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Old 02-23-2021, 10:52 AM   #11
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You an upgrade to a 150 on h20b. I went with the 22’ Xpress 175 motor and tandem trailer. We live ours.good luck.
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Old 02-23-2021, 10:56 AM   #12
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I want a new boat in a bad way, but I may just put a new motor and recondition my old stratos 201 as it does almost everything a new bass boat would do. only thing I dislike is the narrow rod locker. I could repower with a 4 stroke, put a garmin trollling motor and add livescope to the garmin units I already have and maybe a second unit on console and have all I really need
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Old 02-23-2021, 10:57 AM   #13
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Here is my foreseen pros/cons of the two boats I am looking at:

Xpress H20B
Pro: slightly lower price, sea deck option, better overall appearance IMO
Cons: hard to find a tandem axle trailer for the H20, hard to find anything larger than a 115HP outboard

G3
Pros: Found a 150HP on a tandem axle trailer with sea deck option
Cons: Priced higher, still a good looking boat just not as visually appealing as the Xpress IMO

Regardless this is the plan for rigging. Garmin units front and back, Minnkota 24v Terrova TM, would love an Atlas jack plate with either single or dual Talons if its in the budget.
Have you looked at the new Simrad/Lowrance?
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Old 02-23-2021, 11:04 AM   #14
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My son joined his high school bass team. His boat buddy may be making a change to a new partner next year. Dang girlfriend.... LOL

So I am looking for a boat, thus the fever has set in.
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Old 02-23-2021, 11:06 AM   #15
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Got the itch big time this year. Too many irons in the fire to pull the trigger right now but it's tough. Wouldn't surprise me to have a new to me center console in the driveway come April or May. Love the Xpress and G3 models. I have also seen a couple used Haynie's that grabbed my interest.
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Old 02-23-2021, 11:07 AM   #16
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Have you looked at the new Simrad/Lowrance?

I already have a new garmin that I took off my old boat so Iím going to stick with that system. Plus livescope is frickin awesome


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Old 02-23-2021, 11:13 AM   #17
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Gotcha, I'm in the Garmin club on my big boat but am thinking to give the simrad a try when I buy my next skiff.
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I do have the itch for a Sabine Skiff, trying real hard to ignore but I know I'm not real strong...
I talked to the owner at the boat show a couple years ago. Super nice guy and builds a hellaskiff!!

But $$$ for a tin boat


OP....

https://avid-boats.com/

https://vexusboats.com/


They will cost more but IMO are 10x the boats of an xpress. And I owned xpress and alumacraft
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Old 02-23-2021, 11:18 AM   #19
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Grey and ice blue.
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Old 02-23-2021, 11:21 AM   #21
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I talked to the owner at the boat show a couple years ago. Super nice guy and builds a hellaskiff!!

But $$$ for a tin boat
Brian is a great guy and his boats are pretty cool. I fished with him in one of his fiberglass skiffs years ago and it did good.
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[QUOTE=Quackerbox;15488808]I talked to the owner at the boat show a couple years ago. Super nice guy and builds a hellaskiff!!

But $$$ for a tin boat


He is a really nice guy and dialed in on skiff building. They are not inexpensive but the cost of skiffs is pretty insane in general.
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They are not inexpensive but the cost of skiffs is pretty insane in general.
true.

My son was looking online at them while in florida a few weeks ago. I thought the used boat market was nuts here
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Old 02-23-2021, 11:52 AM   #24
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been shopping for a few months for a used boat. One thing I do not get... on craigslist there are tons of what appear to be scams. Boats worth $50k posted for $10k-$20k. Description on the ad appears someone that doesn't speak English come up with or copy and paste from manufacturers website with no real details, no registration numbers on boat, same boat pic in different locations, etc... But what I cannot figure out, what is the scam? Are people sending money or deposits for boats to these scammers without actually going and looking at them? Or are the sellers sending more info and pics that maybe contain a virus? I do not get it.
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I'll be 4 months waiting for mine on the 1st... come on with it already it's almost fishing time
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Old 02-23-2021, 12:15 PM   #26
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I've got new boat fever....
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Old 02-23-2021, 12:15 PM   #27
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been shopping for a few months for a used boat. One thing I do not get... on craigslist there are tons of what appear to be scams. Boats worth $50k posted for $10k-$20k. Description on the ad appears someone that doesn't speak English come up with or copy and paste from manufacturers website with no real details, no registration numbers on boat, same boat pic in different locations, etc... But what I cannot figure out, what is the scam? Are people sending money or deposits for boats to these scammers without actually going and looking at them? Or are the sellers sending more info and pics that maybe contain a virus? I do not get it.

What are you looking for?


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Old 02-23-2021, 12:22 PM   #28
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You'll love the Xpress. Make sure you get the I-pilot trolling motor. It's like hiring a little man to drive the boat while you fish. Greatest thing invented for fishing since the hook.
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Old 02-23-2021, 12:25 PM   #29
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I have one for a new air boat
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Old 02-23-2021, 12:27 PM   #30
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No new boat fever for me. I'll just be replacing engines every 10 years or so for the rest of my life.
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I've had the fever for years...this "might" be the year I have to get medicine for it. It's eating me alive, and my boys are both coming down with the fever as well If I could find a 2-3 year old Haynie Magnum in the extremely rare sea foam/white color scheme, or the even rarer TranSport SVT/XLR8 in that color combo, I'd have to dive off into the water to catch up to my wife, who would be leaving the dock in it
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Your Nitro..............
Sorry, I wasan't clear.................
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Old 02-23-2021, 12:34 PM   #33
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Here is my foreseen pros/cons of the two boats I am looking at:

Xpress H20B
Pro: slightly lower price, sea deck option, better overall appearance IMO
Cons: hard to find a tandem axle trailer for the H20, hard to find anything larger than a 115HP outboard

G3
Pros: Found a 150HP on a tandem axle trailer with sea deck option
Cons: Priced higher, still a good looking boat just not as visually appealing as the Xpress IMO

Regardless this is the plan for rigging. Garmin units front and back, Minnkota 24v Terrova TM, would love an Atlas jack plate with either single or dual Talons if its in the budget.
I'd really suggest not getting the Atlas. I have friends who went with them because they are "maintenance free". They are slower, you can't raise your motor as high as with a Bob's, they get in a bind under a full load to the point that they won't work while you are accelerating and the actuator fails often. If you want to talk to someone who has one and has had nothing but headaches out of it let me know and I'll give you his number. I thought they looked cool too until all of their issues. I'm staying with Bob's. You have to keep them greased but they don't give you many headaches.
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I'd really suggest not getting the Atlas. I have friends who went with them because they are "maintenance free". They are slower, you can't raise your motor as high as with a Bob's, they get in a bind under a full load to the point that they won't work while you are accelerating and the actuator fails often. If you want to talk to someone who has one and has had nothing but headaches out of it let me know and I'll give you his number. I thought they looked cool too until all of their issues. I'm staying with Bob's. You have to keep them greased but they don't give you many headaches.
All good and accurate info, not a well designed piece. I had a friend with one on a scooter, constant issues and even when it was working "right" it wasn't right.
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Thanks Canny..........
Got a price in mind..??
Trade perhaps ????
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Maybe you should have ordered a different brand 😉
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I do have the itch for a Sabine Skiff, trying real hard to ignore but I know I'm not real strong...
The new guide model with a 60/40 jet is niiiiiice

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I talked to the owner at the boat show a couple years ago. Super nice guy and builds a hellaskiff!!

But $$$ for a tin boat


OP....

https://avid-boats.com/

https://vexusboats.com/


They will cost more but IMO are 10x the boats of an xpress. And I owned xpress and alumacraft
Brian is one of the nicest boat builders on the coast IMO, but for the level of customization he's putting into these skiffs he's comparable to other skiffs with the ruggedness of a tin can.

I'd love to have the guide model with a jet but I need a jon boat for the ranch and I'm just not in a position to own two boats yet. I'm going this route in a 17' model hopefully by duck season

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Itís not for sale...

But everything has a price I suppose!


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The new guide model with a 60/40 jet is niiiiiice



Brian is one of the nicest boat builders on the coast IMO, but for the level of customization he's putting into these skiffs he's comparable to other skiffs with the ruggedness of a tin can.

I'd love to have the guide model with a jet but I need a jon boat for the ranch and I'm just not in a position to own two boats yet. I'm going this route in a 17' model hopefully by duck season

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I want one pretty bad...thinking versatile but haven't seen a guide in person yet. Jet's are slick but I'll probably get one with a tohatsu 50. I'm thinking used right now but there aren't a whole lot of them out there.
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something similar to what you are looking for. CC or deck boat that I can fish from. Wanting something to pull a tube and catch some catfish & crappie from.
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I want one pretty bad...thinking versatile but haven't seen a guide in person yet. Jet's are slick but I'll probably get one with a tohatsu 50. I'm thinking used right now but there aren't a whole lot of them out there.

Guide is a bare bones versatile with a narrower beam but not much. Most of the used ones Iíve seen are guys upgrading what they got and they want a pretty penny for them.

Theyíll probably get what theyíre asking but being a custom skiff itís hard to put a depreciation number on them. If thatís the case might as well buy new.


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I can't imagine one with a jet!

There was a video of what I thought was a versatile running down a county rd during Harvey. When you could start to see the stripes in the road he moved to the ditch

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I bought a used Triton 240lts in December. Still in the honeymoon phase, love it more each time out. I say go for the new boat.


Hopefully there's some trout left to catch, but if not can chase the near shore snappers or jetty creatures for a few years in this bad boy.

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I bought a used Triton 240lts in December. Still in the honeymoon phase, love it more each time out. I say go for the new boat.


Hopefully there's some trout left to catch, but if not can chase the near shore snappers or jetty creatures for a few years in this bad boy.

That is a solid rig! Have had several friends with the 22 and one with a 24 (identical to yours but he added a t-top). Very versatile and seaworthy, a lot of great memories to be made in that rig for you and your family.
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Them Shallow Sports backed up too

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