Discussion in 'Washington Fishing Reports' started by wdlfbio, Nov 14, 2017.
Any good reason to go? I wouldn't mind a 1/2-full tote at a good deal.
Or a ship........
They are there from at least 3 different venders. Last year that is. One even in Seacock colors
Wish I could go, there is soooo many toys to look at but I'm up North fishing. The fun part of Expo is to get invited to the evening parties or find out where they're at and crash them. I'm fairly certain the company I work for has a booth (US Seafoods), stop by and tell them hi for me.
Is this a good venue to shop/buy life rafts for small boats? I assume the raft vendors are there, but probably focused on serving the need for larger boats/ships, not the recreational fleet.
Haven't a clue on that. I would imagine if the safety outfits are offering deals you could probably find one. Or you might have to wait for the Seattle Boat show.
I'm looking forward to it . Going to buy RSW unit for my Bristol Bay boat.
Then hit the Icicle Seafoods party !
Every time I have gone they have multiple raft suppliers. One guy had a backpack raft for the kayak crowd.
The new totes are available there as well. Last year the half totes we're around $450 ea. I'm looking at one.
4 different tote manufacturers here that I have seen so far.
Any deals on them?
I'll be there in the morning with cash. Hoping they have one that they don't want to pack up and take back to their shop...
$425 cash with cutting board installed. Tan or light blue.
Totes galore, life rafts, several there, some nice room old coolers too (not Yeti) and I really like the 300hp diesel outboard!!
350 Suzuki duo prop outboard.... what a monster !
So much cool stuff for all kinds of boats.
Paul that was 55,000 per and weighed 725lbs
MSRP is $32,000.00, intire drive train is at the front of motor, keep the extra weight close to the transom......WANT
Great to run into you yesterday. Those roto molded coolers are made in Washington. https://www.kongcoolers.com/collections/coolers
I wish I had picked up one of them as they were pretty reasonably priced.
Interesting. Looking at the design of that CXO300 it does not look like it'd work on our typical OS bracket boats. Looks like you would not be able to tilt it up.
around 400ft-lbs of torque seems interesting.
You diesel freaks... Just give me twin 627hp 7 Marine outboards and I would be happy.
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