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Old 07-11-2009, 03:09 PM
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Default Haynie Boats..Talk to me

Im looking at the 20foot or 21 foot does anyone around here have one? I would like some info before I drive to Texas!!

How much does the 24ft cost?
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Old 07-11-2009, 03:11 PM
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the Z21 would be my choice for big lake not those flats models
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Old 07-11-2009, 03:15 PM
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the Z21 would be my choice for big lake not those flats models
Bruce W has to have low sides to sling them 12" trout or did you forget
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Old 07-11-2009, 03:18 PM
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Now your talking that boat is made right down the road from my coast house.....If you want I will PM you the number for the owner, he is now my site sponsor and one bad
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Old 07-11-2009, 03:24 PM
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the Z21 would be my choice for big lake not those flats models
From what I was reading those flats can handle some good chop.....What you think Jay??
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Old 07-11-2009, 03:30 PM
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yaa them flat models take an azz whuppin....i know a guy very well that has one and frum what i hear he shoulda got that blackjack he wanted...if i had the money..thats the way id go..either a blackjack..or that yellowfin 24 bay..
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Old 07-11-2009, 03:35 PM
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yaa them flat models take an azz whuppin....i know a guy very well that has one and frum what i hear he shoulda got that blackjack he wanted...if i had the money..thats the way id go..either a blackjack..or that yellowfin 24 bay..

Yellowfin 24ft is about 70,000 That's OUT!!!!
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nice boats w, with the jack plate and the optional tunnel hull, ya can take off in well, about 2-3 inches o wawduh
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Yellowfin 24ft is about 70,000 That's OUT!!!!
hey dubya, not tryin ta jack ya thread but did ya ever look at the hewes line of boats? sweet boats for a reasonable price,located in florida
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Old 07-11-2009, 04:43 PM
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hewes are sweet. i have an 18 redfisher and run vbay all the time and dont get wet and with the tabs the ride isnt bad for a 18ft boat.
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yaaa uuu rigght...
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W as much as you like to fish with bigger groups of people why not get a 22 or 24?

you got enough truck to pull it
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W as much as you like to fish with bigger groups of people why not get a 22 or 24?

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he aint got enuf truck to pull it! he got a dang chevy, he needs a ford..but i dont think ford makes trucks low enuf to the ground for him..
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W as much as you like to fish with bigger groups of people why not get a 22 or 24?

you got enough truck to pull it

Im sure I will get a 22ft......Just dont like hauling that thing!!!! Hard or a trailer putting as many miles as I do
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he aint got enuf truck to pull it! he got a dang chevy, he needs a ford..but i dont think ford makes trucks low enuf to the ground for him..

That ain't right
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he aint got enuf truck to pull it! he got a dang chevy, he needs a ford..but i dont think ford makes trucks low enuf to the ground for him..
Fool you better watch it you might have to get a new fishing buddy. Oh well you probably be better off
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he aint got enuf truck to pull it! he got a dang chevy, he needs a ford..but i dont think ford makes trucks low enuf to the ground for him..
LMAO. Good one Fool!!
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W as much as you like to fish with bigger groups of people why not get a 22 or 24?

you got enough truck to pull it
Shhot that be a Houseboat for a guy like him, heck he could live on something that big!
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Old 07-11-2009, 08:30 PM
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Capt Aubrey Black fishes a Haynie down in Baffin...nice boat, good choice.
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Capt Aubrey Black fishes a Haynie down in Baffin...nice boat, good choice.

He'd probably give some good input, it gets pretty rough down there at times!
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