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16 Foot Starcraft with 9.9 Evinrude Motor and trailer

$1650 firm

The boat is known in this area for being one of the fastest around with a 9.9 motor...it really scoots. I am not sure if it is the hull configuration or what, but it flys. (A few of my friends are absolutely convinced that its a 15 hp motor with a 9.9 sticker, but it is not. I bought the motor new and it has no alterations.)

The boat is older but aluminum lasts forever. The boat is white, the trailer is black.

The motor is not electric start, but always starts on three pulls or less. Trolls great, great top end.

I thought about keeping it, but I've just purchased a brand new Lund and I need the cash.

I've have fished with it on the following bodies of water:

Lake Erie
La Due Reservoir
West Branch Reservoir
Piedmont Lake
Leesville Lake
Misquito Reservoir
Pymatuning
18 Mile Creek in New York
Evans Lake
Pine Lake
Girard Lake
Shenango Reservoir in Pennsylvania
and a few others that I can't recall right now.

I fish for musky, pike, largemouth bass, cats, crappie, walleye, smallmouth bass, king salmon, steelhead, stripers. This boat has been a good to me.

I'll throw in a few of the goodies too...oars, custom-made boat cover in camo pattern, anchor, fire extinguisher, etc.

Let me know if you are interested. This thing shouldn't be around for long.
 

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It has a casting deck on the front, and a floored area in the back near the tiller and another in front of the seat near the bow in addition to a casting deck.
The flooring and casting deck areas are not carpeted, not fancy. (All that stuff adds weight which dramatically slows boats powered by a 9.9hp motor. I have simply placed a treated plywood deck in the back and in front of the foward seat.

The bow area has a nice elevated plywood area for casting and embarking and disembarking at the dock. The area beneath the forward casting deck allows for storage, and shelter from the rain and sun.

I'll have to see if I have any photos, Im not sure.
 
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