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    Default For sale..Feelfree Lure 11.5 ready to fish..

    Up for sale ...2015 Feelfree Lure 11.5 with an Island Hopper transom mount 46 lb thrust saltwater trolling motor. This is a foot steered (rudder cables) setup that pushes you along about 3 mph. The motor takes about 3 minutes to remove and put back on. The boat is set up to fish with 4 rod holders added....Depth finder transducer mount added. Rudder... anchor trolly...This kayak also has a built in wheel to aid in moving it.
    Other than a trolling motor battery, this boat is ready to go!
    Asking $1,300.00 firm. This boat is $1,200 new...The motor set up is around $350 new and there's a couple hundred in added on accessories.
    Located right outside of Knightdale.

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    Nice ride, I looked at them last Saturday when I picked up my Frontier.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Solo Skiff Fisherman View Post
    Nice ride, I looked at them last Saturday when I picked up my Frontier.
    The frontier is nice too. I was going to go that route but I've decided on a Gheenoe.
    The Feelfree is an excellent fishing platform if you don't want to pull a trailer.

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    I like the island hopper motor on that setup. The issue with the Frontier is that the transom is difficult to secure trolling motors to reliably. If you run shallow and hit something, it tends to slide up. I almost lost a motor once because of that. A few guys in the Nucanoe community came up with better transom plates that secure the motor better.

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    Is your boat still available?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joey Herring01 View Post
    Up for sale ...2015 Feelfree Lure 11.5 with an Island Hopper transom mount 46 lb thrust saltwater trolling motor. This is a foot steered (rudder cables) setup that pushes youIs this still available? I live in Zebulon, and would like to check it out. 252-315-9836 along about 3 mph. The motor takes about 3 minutes to remove and put back on. The boat is set up to fish with 4 rod holders added....Depth finder transducer mount added. Rudder... anchor trolly...This kayak also has a built in wheel to aid in moving it.
    Other than a trolling motor battery, this boat is ready to go!
    Asking $1,300.00 firm. This boat is $1,200 new...The motor set up is around $350 new and there's a couple hundred in added on accessories.
    Located right outside of Knightdale.

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    Is this still available? I live in Zebulon, and would like to check it out. 252-315-9836

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    The odds that someone still has a kayak for sale a year after posting... Very, very, very small
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