100 gallon blue water bait tank

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  1. CHRISTINA LYNN

    CHRISTINA LYNN Member

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    100 gallon blue water bait tank. Used for 6 months, like new condition, Parker cream color, with cutting board, and rod holders. Too wide for my project going with 100 gallon square tank

    Tank $1450 new
    Cutting board lid $350 new
    Rod holders $200 new

    $2000 set up new sell $850 obo.

    Also have a tournament series 1600 pump for $100 brand new

    Joe 562-810-9718
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  2. hblifgrd

    hblifgrd ><(((°>

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    text sent
     
  3. BenTerrible

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    F me...I just got the exact same tank from Randy days ago!

    These tanks are the highest quality. Randy is the man. Someone is getting a smoking deal on this set up!
     
  4. slydawg

    slydawg Always wishin' I was fishin'

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    Yup. The best, compared to others!!
     
  5. tanner.s

    tanner.s Fish Slaughterer

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    Oh, this came from the Bertram build! How is the boat coming?
     
  6. Skipjacktuna

    Skipjacktuna Newbie

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    do you have the measurements? I went to their website but couldn't find them
     
  7. NGSD1

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    This is a smoking deal. I bought one from Randy last week and was into it for more than double that. Someone better act quickly if they want to save big here.
     
  8. BenTerrible

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    I am half tempted to scoop this up and stash it for a rainy day...this is less than half what I paid for my new tank!
     
  9. CHRISTINA LYNN

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    Sale pending, I guess I let it go to cheap, it's going to a good home tho. .The boat is coming along really good. I hope to splash before the tuna are gone. I am really bummed the tank didn't fit! I would lose my kill boxes to make it work. Joe
     
  10. phayes85

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    Second in line
     
  11. CHRISTINA LYNN

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    3rd in line, two other offers one above asking.

    pump is still for sale.

    Joe
     
  12. Skipjacktuna

    Skipjacktuna Newbie

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    Did you sell the tank yet?
     
  13. hblifgrd

    hblifgrd ><(((°>

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    Yes. I picked it up today.

    Joe, pleasure meeting you. You are one heck of a crasftsman, that project you have is insane! Hope to see you and the new beauty on the water soon.

    Chris
     
  14. NGSD1

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    Chris are you putting that on your Cabo? I just added a 75 and it could get a bit heavy at the transom. You may need to modify your scuppers if they are still original as the flaps get opened up quite a bit and let water in with that weight, four people and loaded up. Let me know how that works for you.
     
  15. CHRISTINA LYNN

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    SOLD! Sorry I was so busy today Chris. I was on a time crunch with the gel coat. Hope the tank works well for you. Joe
     
  16. hblifgrd

    hblifgrd ><(((°>

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    Yeah Nick, it's going in the Cabo. I had a 65gal in there before, wanted some more capacity. I know what you mean with it getting heavy back there. Did you modify your scuppers at all?

    CH
     
  17. NGSD1

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    I just modified them yesterday and have not tried it yet. I looked around for a different style scupper in that size of 6 7/8 x 2 7/8 and came up empty. So I added a temporary solution of a clip on the flapper and one one the transom with a very light rubber band to keep the flapper closed yet allow water out. It sounds hokey but was pretty clean and seems to be just enough pressure. The best solution would be to modify the flapper door with a rubber flap which I will work on later. The other thing about the Cabo is that the transom door is not sealed either so in rough seas with that weight a lot of water comes through there so add a rubber door seal if you haven't already. When the water comes in and lands in the fish holds, it adds more weight and melts the ice. Are you using the transom tank along with the new one?
     
  18. hblifgrd

    hblifgrd ><(((°>

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    Sounds like a good fix for now. I never had scupper issues with the old tank, but I am adding about 250 extra pounds now. Do you have a swim step? I think that mine helps with some of the swell/chop not making it all the way in. How is water getting in your fish holds, mine are water tight when shut. I used the transom tank all the time when I had the 65 tank, probably not all the time with the time with the new one, we'll see once I get it hooked up, maybe just when I want a separate mac or squid tank.
     
  19. stangclassic66

    stangclassic66 USCG Master

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    Let me know if the pump is still available.
     

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