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|Author||Topic: Montauk 170|
posted 03-02-2003 08:17 AM ET (US)
I am interested in buying a new Montauk 170 and would like to know if this boat can take ocasionally my wife with my two daugthers 12 and 3 years old with me fishing around New Jersey shore?
posted 03-02-2003 08:36 AM ET (US)
In a word, YES!
posted 03-02-2003 03:05 PM ET (US)
That's a great choice of boat for what you want to do- no doubt!!
posted 03-03-2003 09:02 AM ET (US)
You might want to check with "James" on this forum as his is for sale
posted 03-03-2003 09:11 AM ET (US)
PS: He is also located in New Jersey
posted 03-03-2003 09:24 AM ET (US)
I thank you all for the responses,now I feel more confident on the decision I am about to make. Regarding James I sent him an Email and I'm waiting for his response I live about
maybe 1 hr from Pelican Harbor and I am very interested on taking a look at his boat.
posted 03-03-2003 09:41 AM ET (US)
I wouldn't be so quick to say yes. I think a lot depends on your boating ability, where/when/how and how long, you want to fish. As well as other factors.
The Montauk is a great boat but....it might not be the right boat for you depending on the answers to the questions above.
posted 03-03-2003 10:21 AM ET (US)
I sold my 1982 Grady White 204C last year. I have been boating for 5 years fishing the coastal waters from Keyport,Staten Island,Sandy Hook,to Shrewsbury Rocks. I want a new good quality boat reliable that I can trailer it anywhere. I will probably keep it in the Manasquan River this time around but I want to be able to take it out to a lake if I want to. Regarding my family they only set foot one time in the 5 years I had the other boat but you never know if they change their mind tomorrow.
posted 03-04-2003 09:20 AM ET (US)
Sent you an e-mail.
posted 03-04-2003 02:27 PM ET (US)
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