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Smokercraft jet sled - $13,000 (Blaine)

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propulsion type: power
condition: fair
length overall (LOA): 16
make / manufacturer: Smokercraft
model name / number: Mercury
This boat has never been in salt water!!

1999 16' Smokercraft (welded)
2009 60/40 HP Merc Jet 4 stroke, <100 hrs with Electric Start and tilt
2.5 HP Merc kicker 4 stroke, hrs are unknown with Pull Start
Removable livewell
White Interior Lighting
Blue Interior Lighting
Radio with Speakers
Bilge Pump
2 Scotty downrigger mounts with plugs
Folbe rod holders with 6 rod holder locations
LED trailer lighting
Spare tire
Navigation Lighting
Oar
Garmin 93SV fishfinder with side scan, downscan, traditional, GPS and Mapping.

99% of my fishing is kokanee in Lake Samish and Sockeye in Baker lake. Along with Sturgeon, Sockeye and Coho in the Nooksack, Skagit and Columbia rivers. When sockeye fishing, I run 6 rods at a time on droppers.
Both motors run great, I only use the main to get where I want to go then use the kicker for everything else. Most of my trolling is .7mph to 1.3mph. No drags are required to slow the boat down to the troll speed.
I only run non ethanol fuel and stabil additives

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