Discussion in 'Check Out My Boat Customization' started by EVOL805, Oct 30, 2015.
Can't wait to pick it up next week. Hopefully everything checks out and I'll be pulling it home!
Nice looking ride. Check the trailer bearings before you tow it
The owner just took the trailer in and had the tires and bearings replaced after I gave a deposit. Super nice guy
It's a 1988 with a 225 2 stoke Yamaha on a bracket. It was originally built for Utah park rangers. I got a great deal on it. I'll probably just fish it as is, then maybe repower with a 4 stroke in a few years.
Looks comfy cozy
Is it in Ore.? If it is and checks out and ready to fish, plan a couple extra days and stop here N. Calif. Campground in Bodega Bay and a Harbor.Blue Fin are being caught and Crab season opens on the 7th. Your going thru here anyways. Nice sled enjoy a great boat,,,gregg
No he fished it in Oregon. But it's in Utah. I appreciate the info
Congrats on the new rig. I watch that thing go off on eBay. You scored smokin deal!!
Nice. Is it a diesel?
Outboard on a bracket, full transom
Love those boats. As good as it gets right there.
I see a side door on the cabin. Enclosed back?
Door on each side and in the back
Would love to see some pictures when you get it settled in. Congratulations. I have a 97 22' diesel IO.
That's awesome, would love to hear from fellow Farallon owners, I've owned a lot of boats but never a Farallon.
How are they in following seas?
I bought a 22' in 95 from Jack Goldberg. Had a lot of fun with it. Takes following seas better than most boats. They aren't that heavy , plane easy. Mine had a wet bilge but with the outboard your good to go. the only bad thing is the fuel tank. Have to do a lot of cutting to replace on that boat.
Awesome boat man, that walk around pilothouse setup is rad! It'll be a great boat for the SB Channel area for sure.
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