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1999 Maverick Master Angler 21

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I will be picking up something smaller, more easily fished solo. I'm considering downsizing to a light weight skiff such as a banshee or a gheenoe. This is a great Bay/flats boat as you all know, in my opinion a little too big for me to fish solo out of which i do 95% of the time. Hull and motor are a 99 I am the second owner, I purchased it up near lake Lanier in GA so I believe it has seen mostly fresh water. Recent tune up including water pump and shaft seals, compression check and plugs done, even compression across all cylinders, the PO stated there should be around 400 hours on the motor but there is no sure way of pulling any concrete data off this carbed motor. Hull and deck are in great shape there is one small stress crack I gelcoat about the size of a .25 near the rubrail from PO backing into something. New cushions we're just made ( less than 2 months ago)in fact I have to go pick up the front console seat cushions still. Rear hatch cushion 40 x 60 x4 extremely comfortable.
99 SWS II 150 with a 4 blade SS and a 3 blade SS prop
Boat runs 48-50 mph cruise at 32-35 between 33-3700
#80 motor guide trolling motor
Bass pro xps on board charger
Carver boat cover less than 1 yr old
Stiffy push pole
Power pole
Hummingbird sidescan HD GPS 899ci
Aluminum SA trailer with spare. i Have New plastic fenders in the garage waiting to go on. 
I have the original pedestal seats as well. pedestal bases were not in good condition and were mostly removed.
FL title in hand.
Water testing available.
http://imgur.com/gallery/HFPbNEY here's some more pics, it has been under cover for about 3 weeks. If I do not take it out I run it at least every 2 weeks on muffs. ( I do not like things sitting!) So it's a little dirty.
18k OBO. Priced to Sell, this boat is not getting the use it needs!

Located in Tallahassee, FL i can deliver to crystal river or daytona area.

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5 hours ago, legend2 said:

I will be picking up something smaller, more easily fished solo. I'm considering downsizing to a light weight skiff such as a banshee or a gheenoe. This is a great Bay/flats boat as you all know, in my opinion a little too big for me to fish solo out of which i do 95% of the time. Hull and motor are a 99 I am the second owner, I purchased it up near lake Lanier in GA so I believe it has seen mostly fresh water. Recent tune up including water pump and shaft seals, compression check and plugs done, even compression across all cylinders, the PO stated there should be around 400 hours on the motor but there is no sure way of pulling any concrete data off this carbed motor. Hull and deck are in great shape there is one small stress crack I gelcoat about the size of a .25 near the rubrail from PO backing into something. New cushions we're just made ( less than 2 months ago)in fact I have to go pick up the front console seat cushions still. Rear hatch cushion 40 x 60 x4 extremely comfortable.
99 SWS II 150 with a 4 blade SS and a 3 blade SS prop
Boat runs 48-50 mph cruise at 32-35 between 33-3700
#80 motor guide trolling motor
Bass pro xps on board charger
Carver boat cover less than 1 yr old
Stiffy push pole
Power pole
Hummingbird sidescan HD GPS 899ci
Aluminum SA trailer with spare. i Have New plastic fenders in the garage waiting to go on. 
I have the original pedestal seats as well. pedestal bases were not in good condition and were mostly removed.
FL title in hand.
Water testing available.
http://imgur.com/gallery/HFPbNEY here's some more pics, it has been under cover for about 3 weeks. If I do not take it out I run it at least every 2 weeks on muffs. ( I do not like things sitting!) So it's a little dirty.
19k OBO. Priced to Sell, this boat is not getting the use it needs!

boat.jpg

Great boat.  I would suggest some detailed pics to stir up some more interest.  21's are very sought after.  GLWS

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