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Well, dad finally got sick of fixing his Johnson outboard on the 1989 15' sea nyphm fisherman (for sale if anyone interested).

Ended up being fixed by our mechanic and now works fine.

ANYWAY, he went out and found a 1994 161 Pro Mag Smoker Craft.

SOOOOO, we HAD to set it up for the Ludington spring and fall events.

Here it is, before and after.

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Well' date=' dad finally got sick of fixing his Johnson outboard on the 1989 15' sea nyphm fisherman (for sale if anyone interested).

Ended up being fixed by our mechanic and now works fine.

ANYWAY, he went out and found a 1994 161 Pro Mag Smoker Craft.

SOOOOO, we HAD to set it up for the Ludington spring and fall events. [/quote']

This will make a great addition to the fleet!

Good for early and late and even river fishing!! :thumb:

That track is not cheap, however you only buy it once and is so versatile.

How about Hook'n JR. :thumb:

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Joe, I was REALLY impressed with the gunwall/mounting area on this 161 smoker. They are bigger/flatter than on my 27' bayliner.

VERY nice for running track. Hell, we could have run 5' of track down each side.

For a small boat, it is pretty solid.

40hp merc with power trim. We were told that it has a 40 gallon gas tank, which keeps it in the water nicely. I honestly think it may only be 24 gallons, but still on a boat this size that will keep you going for a long time.

it has two live wells, two tackle storage compartments, plenty of seating and a side imaging sonar unit on the electric (tied to graph).

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