Ideal Bait Tank on 2320

Discussion in 'Parker Boats - The Tradition Continues' started by 7raptor, Apr 30, 2018.

  1. Fishingguy

    Fishingguy I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    The exact reason why I want that stern tank!
     
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  2. Fishingguy

    Fishingguy I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Some random tank pics. I love the smaller imprint on marks tanks over Randy’s.

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  3. vipertom1970

    vipertom1970 Well-Known "Member"

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    Billy, are you going to put the new tank closer to the door or in the the center of the deck like the old boat ?
     
  4. RideMX4life21

    RideMX4life21 Slay'n Tail

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    Exactly...great to have bait variety.
     
  5. Fishingguy

    Fishingguy I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    im not 100% sure yet.

    I liked where I Had it because people could sit in bean bags comfortable between tank and door. I didn't have any issues of not having enough room in the stern area. And in its location, it wasn't too far forward to feel the boat slap in rough weather. so im not 100% sure yet
     
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  6. Phat Boat

    Phat Boat I've posted enough I should edit this section

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    Those are big ass bait tanks. Is that to chum while on the anchor? I ran a 40 on my 2310.
     
  7. sueno

    sueno Go Fishing!

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    I have a 60 gallon teardrop tank. It works great!

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  8. FishinArmo

    FishinArmo Member

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    Ash as large as possible i say 80
     
  9. phillyblunt

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    How many guys you fish with?
     
  10. djam

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    I have a 65g bluewater on my 2320 and find that I can hold 2.5/3.0 scoops with very little dead (<5 pcs) even in rough conditions. I find myself running it 1/2 full right now with a scoop of sardines and my fuel mileage is better (1.9/2.0 vs. 2.2/2.4). This is with the 300 Yamaha. I believe other people with the same boat and same engine see similar same performance. Recently I took everything off the boat except for essentials and see better top end performance and mpg. I'm to the point that if I go to cat i take a scoop/ 1/2 tank of bait tank/ 70 gallons of fuel and I can see 2.6/2.7 with 3 guys.
     

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