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Old 05-10-2012, 05:05 PM
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Default Which walleye boat for the family?

Going to get a boat next year so trying to gather info of what I should look at. What boats fit the bill:

Big water boat (no bass hulls)
Fiberglass
19-21'
Must have jump seats or jump seats as an assecory for family this is important
Center rod storage


So far skeeter wx 1990 is the only boat I have found with jump seats and haven't found one with them as an add on. I know crestliner sells jump seats/deck extender but don't want aluminum.
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Old 05-10-2012, 05:14 PM
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This one will certainly work well for you and your family:

http://www.yarcraft.com/209TFX.html

or:

http://www.yarcraft.com/219TFX.html

or:

http://www.skeeterboats.com/products/11/22

The Skeeter has jump seats.
But you could certainly have jump seats added to either of the other boats.

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Old 05-10-2012, 05:18 PM
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The yarcraft has jump seats? I need seats for more then 4.
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Old 05-10-2012, 05:25 PM
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Another option would be the Stratos.
It comes with jump seats.

http://www.stratosboats.com/models.cfm?name=386xf
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Here is a nice one!

http://www.gradywhite.com/205/
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Going to get a boat next year so trying to gather info of what I should look at. What boats fit the bill:

Big water boat (no bass hulls)
Fiberglass
19-21'
Must have jump seats or jump seats as an assecory for family this is important
Center rod storage


So far skeeter wx 1990 is the only boat I have found with jump seats and haven't found one with them as an add on. I know crestliner sells jump seats/deck extender but don't want aluminum.
http://www.rangerboats.com/models.cfm?gid=32&mid=6582

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Old 05-10-2012, 06:16 PM
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This Yar Craft has the jump seats............http://www.yarcraft.com/186FSX.html
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Going to get a boat next year so trying to gather info of what I should look at. What boats fit the bill:

Big water boat (no bass hulls)
Fiberglass
19-21'
Must have jump seats or jump seats as an assecory for family this is important
Center rod storage

So far skeeter wx 1990 is the only boat I have found with jump seats and haven't found one with them as an add on. I know crestliner sells jump seats/deck extender but don't want aluminum.
Sounds like you found your boat. Don't rule out the WX2100 either.
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Old 05-10-2012, 10:45 PM
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Go with the Lund Tyee GL. Can't really beat Lunds
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