Cabo 216 ready for duty!!

Discussion in 'Check Out My Boat' started by Graylight, Apr 29, 2012.

  1. Graylight
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    Here is my Cabo 216 I bought a few years back from a Bloody Decker. I got the Murry Brothers chair on Craigs list, put on new bow rails ,tower, electric down riggers, trim tabs, spray guards, 1200 watt inverter, microwave, sub woofer, amp, new stereo w/ ipod jack, and a bunch more plumbing, and electrical.
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  2. Reel 007
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    Nice, looks like a 'O lot a love went in that rig.
  3. SeaHawk IV
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    Who fabricated the T-Top? The tubing layout looks very similar to my T-Top layout but without the tower.
  4. Graylight
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    Tom Rogers at salt water specialties
  5. HBfisherman
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    In my opinion these are the perfect So Cal all around boats. Yours is setup very nicely, now go get her bloody!
  6. Graylight
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    Oh its been bloody don't worry. And thank you
  7. toehead93
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    That has a lot of deck space for fishing out back, very nice.
  8. Derby
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    Always love these boats. Just well thought out!
  9. homeboyhero
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    this is so sick
  10. Graylight
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    Thanks guys it fishes like a much bigger boat.
  11. tuna 272
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    WHERE THE HELL IS THE BAIT TANK????????
  12. cliff_fishes
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    They have two built-in 20 gal transom bait tanks unless modified.
  13. Graylight
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    I thought they were 25gal? I installed new 500 gal rule pumps and baffles with airaters for each tank and they work great now. :hali_olutta: Stuart
  14. DOWNLOW
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    Really nice battle wagon you got there. The 216 is still one of my Favorite boats out there.
  15. hotrail20
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    Very Nice Rig
  16. cliff_fishes
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    Picts??? Sounds like a good idea the airaters. We use 2 waterpuppys and only lost bait once in SD. Went back to everingbrothers and got a better scoop that lasted. The Cabo brochure stated 20 gallon bait tanks. That is where I got the info.
  17. Graylight
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    Thanks Cliff good info. Where did you get the brochure?
  18. cliff_fishes
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    From a old post I saw here. I copied the picture, don't have the original.
  19. jayyyy
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    That boat is set up to catch anything, fighting chair for Marlin etc. tower for spotting tailer's foamers etc. and down riggers for Salmon. Very nice.
  20. Graylight
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    We fish from SD to Moss hence all the toys.

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