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$1,600.00   2 months ago
Restored 14x36 Polar Kraft Jon boat/trailer - $1600 (Jonesboro)

Nice like new condition 1988 4x36 Polar Kraft Jon boat and trailer - $1600 CASH. Good straight boat! We replaced the factory wooden transom core with a new resin composite core that will never need replacing again. Sandblasted the boat and repainted it with a new Grass Fire custom camo paint job that has proven time and time again to be invisible to ducks. Trailer has new bunk wood and carpet, new

$4,500.00   2 months ago
1980 Rare Greg Morley 17' Cedar Strip Canoe-loaded w/accessories - $4500 (Missoula)

Beautiful rare 1980 17' Greg Morley Cedar Strip Canoe built in Swan Lake MontanaHand made in Sept/1980 for its one ownerProperly stored in heated room in custom coverWeighs 90 Pounds. Carrying Capacity 900 PoundsWidth-36"Depth-12"Hardwood Keel, Thwarts, and GunnelsSeats are hardwood and Rawhide (or Gut)3 Single blade Paddles of different sizes. All paddles made and stamped with Morley Canoe Logo;

$200.00   8 months ago
Emotion Spitfire 8 Kayak - $200

Emotion Kayaks Spitfire 8 Sit On Top Kayak - The Spitfire 8 is equipped with great features like the Comfort Rest Seat and a tankwell with Cargo Net Lacing System that is typically found on more expensive kayaks. The extra volume and high capacity (up to 240 pounds) makes this kayak the perfect fit for just about any size paddler from kids to adults. The self-bailing scupper holes drain water from

$5,250.00   9 months ago
2005 Precision 15K Sail Boat - $5250 (Queensbury)

2005 Precision 15K is a manageable day sailor that's easy to rig and even to sail. Designed to provide safety, stability, reliable handling, and sprightly speed under sail, she will shorthand beautifully under her main alone. Featuring an unusually broad beam, substantial freeboard and high volume to prevent swamping or capsizing. Large forward storage area and her cockpit is safe and comfortable


Last Updated on: September 22, 2017