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I posted a few pics in another thread, then I saw this thread which seems more fitting.

99 Tracker Pro deep V17 with a 2004 Optimax 115

46# Motorguide Bow mount trolling motor

Humminbird 323 on dash, 525 i added to bow both wired to one transducer with a selector switch

I added another deep cycle battery up front with a selector to keep track of battery power

This boat was a single console. I added the walk-thru windshield and built the dash and glove box.

It'll do about 35 to 40 mph which is plenty fast enough for this boat!!

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Strike King - man I spent a number of years fishing out of the back seat of a Sea Nymph just like yours.  It's a very solid boat, but boy, it's like a battery ram in rough water.  Oh how I got drenched! LOL!

scbassin - what year is your Ranger?

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Actually, this is my kids boat. I just chauffer him around untill he gets his auto drivers license. 1984 16'4" Bayliner Trophy Bass with a 1997 Evinrude 90hp. Not bad for a 15 year old. He upgraded from an 1985 Sea Nymph Bass Attacker with a 40hp. Now he can cruise a 40mph which isn't fast enough for him but plenty fast for me! i keep telling him, "It's not the boat that catches the fish." Hey Basschump, this boat look familiar? Maybe we'll see you at Tenmile or Tahkenich this year!

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Strike King - man I spent a number of years fishing out of the back seat of a Sea Nymph just like yours. It's a very solid boat, but boy, it's like a battery ram in rough water. Oh how I got drenched! LOL!

yeah its a decent boat but i hate it on those windy days. thats when i think of buying a different boat lol

is there such a thing as a alluminum boat that doesnt blow in the wind??

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Actually, this is my kids boat. I just chauffer him around untill he gets his auto drivers license. 1984 16'4" Bayliner Trophy Bass with a 1997 Evinrude 90hp. Not bad for a 15 year old. He upgraded from an 1985 Sea Nymph Bass Attacker with a 40hp. Now he can cruise a 40mph which isn't fast enough for him but plenty fast for me! i keep telling him, "It's not the boat that catches the fish." Hey Basschump, this boat look familiar? Maybe we'll see you at Tenmile or Tahkenich this year!

i like that! lucky kid  :D

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Actually, this is my kids boat. I just chauffer him around untill he gets his auto drivers license. 1984 16'4" Bayliner Trophy Bass with a 1997 Evinrude 90hp. Not bad for a 15 year old. He upgraded from an 1985 Sea Nymph Bass Attacker with a 40hp. Now he can cruise a 40mph which isn't fast enough for him but plenty fast for me! i keep telling him, "It's not the boat that catches the fish." Hey Basschump, this boat look familiar? Maybe we'll see you at Tenmile or Tahkenich this year!

i like that! lucky kid :D

Lucky kid indeed.

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Yeah, he's pretty lucky but he worked for the money for the Bayliner. And he's pretty serious about his tournament fishing. Funny thing is, the Sea Nymph had more deck space. But in chop you do get blown around. you should have seen us on Lake Shasta, CA for his first club tourney in that boat! We were getting blown all over. Good thing for the bilge.

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Here is my ride. 2004 Nitro 700 LX with a 90 hp Tracker. I purchase it used in 2006 and have upgraded the TM to an MK from the MG that was on it. I love this thing and it hasn't given me any trouble since the day I bought it. The only issue I have is finding/creating the time to get out on it.

Good Fishing all  8-)

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