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21\' Fishing Machine

Discussion in 'Sell - Buy - Trade Hunting and Fishing Goods' started by Suitcase, Jan 4, 2005.

  1. The Smoker Craft 21 Millentia comes fully loaded with some of the industry\'s best ideas in design and technology, featuring a Rolled-V hull, 5-keel construction, and an impressive arsenal of standards and options.

    To keep the catch healthy, both the bow and stern 30-gallon livewells are lighted, aerated, recirculating and timed. And for convenience, there is a battery charging system right on board. A higher engine mount puts more freeboard in the water giving fishermen not only a safer, drier boat, but also at least 12 inches more room, and three to five mph better performance. There\'s also plenty of storage with two lighted rod boxes and three battery compartments. And there\'s even a built-in compass as well as a rigging tube to accommodate favorite add-ons.

    Additional Features
    This SmokerCraft is both a fishing machine, and a nice pleasure rider, powered by a Merc 150hp Optimax Saltwater Series that will reach speeds of 40mph. While trolling, you\'ll love the Mercury Smart Craft guages that allow you to adjust your trolling speed by 10RPM\'s at a time with the touch pad system. With an 8\'-2\" beam you will be able to take the abuse of the Great Lakes with ease, as well as comfortably run a 9 rod trolling spread. She will fish 4-5 comfortably. Other extras include custom trailoring and marina snap-on full enclosures, custome swim platform with 4\' retractable ladder, kicker mount, 6 tackle-box storage bins, 72lb thrust Minn Kota trolling motor with Auto-Pilot, large lighted side storage bins, and tandem axle easy glide on trailer with swing tongue for garage storage. You must see this boat to appreciate.

    Contact Info: or 317-407-6052 photos available upon request.

    Priced to Sell: $24,995.00

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  2. It looks like there have been quite a few people look. Please feel free to call me and ask any questions you have about the boat. If we haven't sold it by April, feel free to come out on a test ride/fishing expedition. Once you see how she fishes, you will want to take her home. Thank you, Alan