Discussion in 'California Sport Fishing Reports Forums' started by whiteseabass, Aug 10, 2010.
my vote is obvious, diesel skipjack is the way to go
Going to sell your striper?
Older Wellcraft 248 sportfisher. Sturdy, good in thick seas, and easy to work on and get parts for.
'26 Stripper is for sale.
I own a Davis Bahia and it's the best boat you can buy in my opinion for this class of vessel. My boat was the featured boat in PCS in May because the Bahia with the Volvo 225 diesel cannot be beat. 29mph at 10gph. Average fuel consumption for total engine time is less than 3 gph and this includes running at full throttle, trolling, and idle. Davis boats has great support and all the owners have a brotherhood that does not compare. Lastly and most importantly, I have been out taking swells over the bow and the Davis Bahia picks up the swell and tosses it out the back and keeps on going. Highly recommend!!! Davisboats.com
2006 or later Osprey with D4-260. otherwise pilothouse with outboards.
How about this one with a kicker?
Parker Boats - Boat Lineup
Parker 2520...IMO the best fishing platform out there. Maybe not the greatest ride, but it is one hell of a fishing boat.
Maybe not the greatest ride,
That says it all for me.
I know you didn't ask but she is so nice!
Pursuit is the way to go. They are heavy boats that cut through chop like much bigger boats.
It's all about the blackmen!!!
The 26' North River aluminum W/ twin yam 150 4 strokes,lower maintenance and 180 gallons of fuel will always get you there and back. Worth a look.
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