SOLD 2015 Bayrunner Baja 19

tsuribakagaijin

I've posted enough I should edit this section
Jul 19, 2006
404
13
42
Camarillo, CA
Name
Phil
Boat
Klamath Baja Bayrunner 19
Selling my fish killing machine. Boat served me wonderfully for the short time I've had her, but upgrading to a larger Parker with a cabin for overnight trips with my Dad and sturgeon fishing up in the Delta.

Deep V hull slices through the chop surprisingly well for such a light boat.
Boat is rated for 60-90HP, has 90. Planes instantly.
Has brand new $500 stainless prop from Valley Propellor, have receipt. Old prop included for spare.
Cruise at 4200 RPM depending on load is about 22-24 knots. WOT 33.
Launched at Channel Islands harbor, cruise to Chinese (24 miles?), troll all day, cruise back, burned 8 gallons of fuel.
Launched at Channel Islands harbor, run to west side of Santa Rosa (58 miles), overnight, cruise back, burned 28 gallons of fuel. (Carried extra)
20 gallon fuel tank
Believe 32 gallon bait tank. Keeps a full scoop of fin bait lively. Have kept three dozen macs alive with no issues.
Honda 90 HP runs like a banshee. Engine has approx 430 hours on it. Full maintenance completed 100 hours ago, oil changed last trip.
Lightweight, pulls easily behind my Tundra.
Lowrance 3G radar (works very well)
Lowrance HDS GPS/fish finder (doubles as screen for radar)
Lowrance Sirius Weather antenna installed (requires subscription about 14.99 monthly, never used. Can also use for radio)
Blue Seas USB Charger
Dual batteries with switch
RAM Smartphone holder installed
VHF with new fiberglass Shakespear Galaxy antenna
Rod holders galore. Four moveable on the rail, six on T-top, five on lean post/baitwell
Single axle trailer included.
LED T-top light aft, Halogen fwd
T-bag included for life jacket storage
Trailer lights all work, LED.
Trailer hub bearings repacked two weeks ago.
New trailer tires about 6 weeks ago.
Trailer safety chains recently replaced.
Lewmar claw anchor, plenty of chain included. 200'+ of rope. included. Held anchor easily in 20+ knot winds in 90'.
Igloo Marine cooler included. New removable deck brackets for it. I use for storage and seat for someone to fish on the bow.
New spare lean post included. Same as installed. Nothing wrong with the current one, found on on BD so bought it for spare.
Boat is easy to fish with one person. Easy to hold rod in hand and maneuver to maintain position or adjust drift.
Have registered EPIRB.
Stupid video of me running WOT. This was me testing the new prop for the first time with full baitwell, ice and fuel. Top speed was 33 knots in video before slowing back down.

Boat has been fished... has some minor cosmetic bumps/scratches. T-Top is aluminum, has some corrosion/pitting common to aluminum. Treated with Woody Wax.

Stored and still being fished out of Camarillo. Priced below NADA value at 22k. Serious inquiries only please.
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tsuribakagaijin

I've posted enough I should edit this section
Jul 19, 2006
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Camarillo, CA
Name
Phil
Boat
Klamath Baja Bayrunner 19
Nice boat. How does it handle in rough water?
Better than I expected... slices through chop. Went to Santa Rosa at 10pm last night, crossing the channel in white caps in the dark. Did 13-16 mph all the way there. Returning to Santa Barbara this evening, did 22-25 mph. Got four seabass and an 18lb halibut.

Going with the swell it gets squirrely easily if not careful. The swell tries to push the boat due to the deep V, it can get rolly. Not having weight up front and trimming the bow up seem to help, along with just slowing down a tad.
 

tsuribakagaijin

I've posted enough I should edit this section
Jul 19, 2006
404
13
42
Camarillo, CA
Name
Phil
Boat
Klamath Baja Bayrunner 19
Update - hours at 452 after this weekends trip. Updated/corrected couple of items in description and lowered price. Got 4 seabass on her on an overnight trip to Rosa yesterday.

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yakmandan

I've posted enough I should edit this section
May 30, 2007
586
637
AZ.
Name
DAN
Boat
19ft Bayrunner Baja
I have a 2016 same boat you are correct on running down swell. If you are not careful the bow digs in at the bottom of the trough. I trim the bow up and it's good to go. I took mine down to the 371 a few weeks ago from Point Loma hung around that area for 6 hours then back to Point Loma used 13 gallons. I carry an extra 12gal. Gas tank so I have 32 gallons total. I got the Bayrunner because I needed something light enough to pull will my Tacoma and for towing to Baja. If I didn't have mine I would jump on your in a heartbeat. Nice looking boat.
 

Indo13

Member
Jun 2, 2018
28
3
47
Long Beach
Name
Fletcher
Boat
Whaler
Selling my fish killing machine. Boat served me wonderfully for the short time I've had her, but upgrading to a larger Parker with a cabin for overnight trips with my Dad and sturgeon fishing up in the Delta.

Deep V hull slices through the chop surprisingly well for such a light boat.
Boat is rated for 60-90HP, has 90. Planes instantly.
Has brand new $500 stainless prop from Valley Propellor, have receipt. Old prop included for spare.
Cruise at 4200 RPM depending on load is about 22-24 knots. WOT 33.
Launched at Channel Islands harbor, cruise to Chinese (24 miles?), troll all day, cruise back, burned 8 gallons of fuel.
Launched at Channel Islands harbor, run to west side of Santa Rosa (58 miles), overnight, cruise back, burned 28 gallons of fuel. (Carried extra)
20 gallon fuel tank
Believe 32 gallon bait tank. Keeps a full scoop of fin bait lively. Have kept three dozen macs alive with no issues.
Honda 90 HP runs like a banshee. Engine has approx 430 hours on it. Full maintenance completed 100 hours ago, oil changed last trip.
Lightweight, pulls easily behind my Tundra.
Lowrance 3G radar (works very well)
Lowrance HDS GPS/fish finder (doubles as screen for radar)
Lowrance Sirius Weather antenna installed (requires subscription about 14.99 monthly, never used. Can also use for radio)
Blue Seas USB Charger
Dual batteries with switch
RAM Smartphone holder installed
VHF with new fiberglass Shakespear Galaxy antenna
Rod holders galore. Four moveable on the rail, six on T-top, five on lean post/baitwell
Single axle trailer included.
LED T-top light aft, Halogen fwd
T-bag included for life jacket storage
Trailer lights all work, LED.
Trailer hub bearings repacked two weeks ago.
New trailer tires about 6 weeks ago.
Trailer safety chains recently replaced.
Lewmar claw anchor, plenty of chain included. 200'+ of rope. included. Held anchor easily in 20+ knot winds in 90'.
Igloo Marine cooler included. New removable deck brackets for it. I use for storage and seat for someone to fish on the bow.
New spare lean post included. Same as installed. Nothing wrong with the current one, found on on BD so bought it for spare.
Boat is easy to fish with one person. Easy to hold rod in hand and maneuver to maintain position or adjust drift.
Have registered EPIRB.
Stupid video of me running WOT. This was me testing the new prop for the first time with full baitwell, ice and fuel. Top speed was 33 knots in video before slowing back down.

Boat has been fished... has some minor cosmetic bumps/scratches. T-Top is aluminum, has some corrosion/pitting common to aluminum. Treated with Woody Wax.

Stored and still being fished out of Camarillo. Priced below NADA value at 22k. Serious inquiries only please.
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Please text me @ (562)310-0968
 
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gettingbentwithbo

Get Bent!
Mar 7, 2009
2,041
865
Riverside
gettingbentwithbo.com
Name
Bo
Boat
14' Starcraft SF SS
Damn that thing is sweet. Wish I had the parking for it.
 
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la vida

Now I love our Prezzz!!!
Jun 28, 2006
5,565
945
El Cazonn
Name
Frank F
Boat
Boat-less (Sad)
These are such fun boats to own. When i had the 18' I loved it and could not run out of gas fishing the Islands and local banks. Cheap to run and easy yo clean, hose and go.
Got a little had on my back and knees after a while and I sold her. But lots of great times! Good luck!
 
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Payaso

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Nov 13, 2015
48
17
60
Mission Viejo
Name
Mike Rogalla
Boat
Skipjack
I'm very interested in buying the boat should anything happen with the pending sale. I'm a cash buyer and could pick it up tomorrow. I've been looking for this boat for many months and know exactly what it is.

Thank you,
Mike
 
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Payaso

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Nov 13, 2015
48
17
60
Mission Viejo
Name
Mike Rogalla
Boat
Skipjack
Hope the sale goes through, but just in case please text me at 949-874-1712. I really wish I had been watching more closely. I do look on CL everyday for this boat. I now own the same 19' bayrunner boat, older and only has a Honda 50. Love the boat and use it all the time. Would prefer to have yours and do not need to sell mine first, I'm ready to go.
 
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tsuribakagaijin

I've posted enough I should edit this section
Jul 19, 2006
404
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Camarillo, CA
Name
Phil
Boat
Klamath Baja Bayrunner 19
Rgr... there is another gentleman interested ahead of you if the sale falls through, but will keep you both posted. Thanks for the interest.
 
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hawkplayer32

I'd rather be fishing.
Aug 6, 2012
3,661
1,654
Valencia, CA
Name
Tony Hicks
Boat
Baja Bound
Looks like this one is gone. Mine will be for sale soon. 2003 18ft with 2003 60hp merc. 600 total hours on boat and motor. 14k. Message me if your interested.
 
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tsuribakagaijin

I've posted enough I should edit this section
Jul 19, 2006
404
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42
Camarillo, CA
Name
Phil
Boat
Klamath Baja Bayrunner 19
Buyer fell through. I’m active duty military, FL resident and boat is registered in FL. Not an issue for a cash buyer or a lender willing to finance the boat being registered in FL.
 

AllzGood

Baja Bound
Jul 1, 2020
22
2
33
Ventura
Name
Dustin
Boat
hmmm
Hope the sale goes through, but just in case please text me at 949-874-1712. I really wish I had been watching more closely. I do look on CL everyday for this boat. I now own the same 19' bayrunner boat, older and only has a Honda 50. Love the boat and use it all the time. Would prefer to have yours and do not need to sell mine first, I'm ready to go.
Interested in selling your bayrunner? I’m in the market if so...
 

Humberto Salinas

Well-Known "Member"
Aug 14, 2016
98
28
30
San Fernando Valley
Name
Beto
Boat
16' Klamath CC
OK, I'm a newbie, can someone please explain the pricing? Thanks.
You asked this in the post comparing it to the 1998 bayrunner.

Just like with mostly anything, the older it is the cheaper it is. Simple as that.

Also this one has more extras..t-top, radar, bigger modern outboard, etc.

Even if you were to buy the 1998 at that price listed you would probably end up spending more than this one trying to refurbish it and match the accessories...and you would still have a 1998 hull.
 
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