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WTT/WTS Jones Brothers Cape Fisherman 20

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  • 2003 JONES BROTHERS CAPE FISHERMAN LIGHT TACKLE EDITION
    • 72in 36v Minn Kota Ulterra (auto/stow deploy) purchased 2018
    • HD quick release bracket
    • 3 AGM batteries for trolling motor (2018)
    • Powermania onboard charger (2018)
    • 2 AGM dual purpose batteries for house and starter. (2018)
    • 2 hubble plugs mid ship with inline blue seas 30A CBs
    • Wet Sounds AMP and Blue Tooth Controller (2018)
    • JL Audio Speakers
    • 12in Simrad GO XSE (2018)
    • 7in Lowrance HDS
    • Airmar 1kw low chirp through hull transducer with temp
    • Side Scan and Down Scan Transducer
    • Saltwater Washdown
    • ICOM VHF with remote on console and below.
      • Leaning post live well is approx 45 gallons and will hold ALOT of bait
      • 9 gunnel rod holders including zero degree HD smith mid ship
      • Fuel Cap 80 Gallons
    • 2003 Yamaha Saltwater Series II - 150hp 
      • 600ish Hours
      • Recent Service
      • Non Ethanol only with yamaha Ringfree
    • 2018 Ameratrail
      • Dual Axle
      • Kodiak Brakes
      • (6) Upgraded Wheels and Tires
      • Vortex Hubs
      • Stainless Fenders
      • Stainless Hardware

I am the second owner of this boat, I have had it for a couple years and have done an extensive amount of upgrades to make it a true all around boat for Florida. It floats fairly shallow around 15in, rides extremely well in a chop. I have done everything from sailfish with kites out of it to fishing docks and flats. It does it all comfortable and does it well. For a 20ft boat it is extremely large anyone that has been on a JB can attest to that. I have never had a time when the trolling motor has not held me, from bottom fishing 160ft to inside Sebastian inlet snook fishing. I maintain it very well and wax regularly and it shows.

The bottom paint was only applied once and by the previous owner. It is only one coat and is showing through in spots I have plans to remove it in the spring if the boat doesn't sell. I was quoted around $1500 to have it sanded down and then the bottom wet sanded and buffed.

Boat is Located in Vero Beach, FL and is stored under cover. Chance to get a great boat for South Florida that you can snook fish and swordfish out of or hit the sandbar with 6 adults and be comfortable.

ASKING $26k or willing to consider trades for a 17 or 18 HPX

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11 hours ago, FLDXT said:

I may have missed it, but you may want to put what Hp the motor is, didnt see it. Nice ride, glws.

It is a 150.

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Thanks guys I edited the add to include HP. 

It really is a big boat, my brother has a 22 tournament and has said it feels like his boat can fit inside this one. 

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Do not take this the wrong way, I love these boats and would like to have one, perfect for (actually the best boat ever built for) NC nearshore fishing, but you may want to look at the NADA value of this 15 year old boat and motor.

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NC yea I am aware of NADA (ran it at $25k suggested retail) but its sitting on a $7k trailer and has about $10k in electronics in it all professionally installed by master repair in 2018 receipts available as well as all documentation from the day it rolled out of Ds factory.

I know I will never recoup that, but try to find a better optioned JB for sale, most when and if listed have an old trailer, no elctronics and are still asking 25k

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Keep me in mind if you are looking to move up in size.. reduced to 26k.

618 hours on it and full tank of non ethanol ready for a ride. 

Caught some kings in the morning and snook in the afternoon over the weekend. 

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