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I own a 2008 Lund 1950 Tyee Gran Sport,
2008 225hp Merc Optimax w/19" pitch Stainless Steel Tempest prop, 2008 Merc 9.9 ProKicker.

Shes great for skinny and deep water. Was in 1.5ft of water and as deep as 150 feet. Mainly do downrigging with it for Salmon and Trout in the great lakes but I also fish Walleye, Pike, Bass and Muskie with it. 19'8" with a 98" beam.

Towed with a 2004 Dodge Durango Hemi Limited and a 2007 Dodge Ram 1500 SLT Hemi.


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We got some nice boat pics on this thread, everyone post more!
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salmon slayer, will you be my new best friend? I love the boat!

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That right there is a pure fishing machine made for the elements! VERY nice! :D 8)
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Very nice rig! :)
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Thanks alot guys. I picked it up August 24, 2007. I owned a 2003 Lund 1700 Pro Sport w/ a 80hp Yamaha 4 Stroke and a 6hp Yamaha 4 Stroke Kicker. I still miss that boat. Those Yamaha 4 strokes are really in a class of their own. Clean, Quiet and Fuel efficient.

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That sure is a slick ride ya got there Salmon Slayer! =D>
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Thanks alot man, I like G3 boats as well. My 1st Lund had a 80hp 4 stroke yammie. I loved that motor.

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Salmon_Slayer_2008_Lund wrote:Thanks alot man, I like G3 boats as well. My 1st Lund had a 80hp 4 stroke yammie. I loved that motor.
Here is the last pics of my boat from 2007. Hopefully 2008 I will post more pics of it in action.

Note: the wooden rod rack lol. Thats been removed because I am adding rails.

These pics were taken in Georgian Bay.

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Nice pics! :)
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Thanks alot! The last pic does no justice to how rough the water was.

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Salmon_Slayer_2008_Lund wrote:Thanks alot! The last pic does no justice to how rough the water was.
I know how that goes. I've been out on Lake Michigan getting all kinds of tossed around and when I take a picture it almost looks like a calm day. Nice looking rig you have there too.
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flounderhead59 wrote:
Salmon_Slayer_2008_Lund wrote:Thanks alot! The last pic does no justice to how rough the water was.
I know how that goes. I've been out on Lake Michigan getting all kinds of tossed around and when I take a picture it almost looks like a calm day. Nice looking rig you have there too.
Thanks alot buddy.
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My 1977 Polar 18ft. with a 1985 Mariner 60hp. An oldie but a goodie.
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captclay wrote:My 1977 Polar 18ft. with a 1985 Mariner 80hp. An oldie but a goodie.
Very good condition, I like!
What is the top speed with the 80hp? Is it a 2 stroke?
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Thanks I posted the hp wrong.Its a 60. I dont know empty ,but with 3 people,two coolers ,and all our gear the GPS says 27. I have a lot I want to do to the inside but it does a pretty good job. It is a two stroke.