condition: excellent length overall (LOA): 12 make / manufacturer: Stealthcraft model name / number: MiniFly propulsion type: human year manufactured: 2014
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Selling my StealthCraft MiniFly drift boat after recently purchasing a larger model. The boat has always been garaged and fished primarily on the Missouri. I have been the sole owner and it was built to my specs in late 2014.
Sharp little boat that will handle any water you’d want to row a drift boat in. Small enough to slip down tiny side channels. Light enough to pull over bars and obstacles. Roomy enough to fish three anglers. Lots of features and versatility built in.
To purchase the boat new is a $6,000 base price, plus add-ons, wait time for build, and delivery. This boat includes over $1,100 in electrical upgrades and $600 chine guards. Delivery to Montana is approximately $600 from Stealthcraft.
So this Craigslist price is $2,300 less than buying the same boat new.
- deep cycle battery in rowers box
- onboard charger for easy plug in and charge
- wired to transom for quick-connect electric motor (I often use a trolling motor to hold in place, allowing the “rower” to fish)
- switch panel with lighted knobs when on
- 12V power port for charging devices, running a spotlight, etc.
- on board LED lighting under tackle tray
- LED navigation lights (removable rear white post and permanent red and green at front)
- LED head lights
- Full transom (diamond plate inside and out) for gas or electric motor (have had both on at the same time)
- walk-around interior
- four rod slots under tackle tray
- rower's box with lockable lid
- three folding seats, all swivel (including rower)
*rear seat not pictured, but included if desired. Receiver bracket visible in photos.
- adjustable postion oar locks
- oar tie-downs on floor
- rower’s gear caddy, cupholder
- multi-position rower’s foot brace (foot piece removed in photos)
- cupholders throughout
- raised front deck floor with drains
- removable pedestal seating up front
- storage compartments front and back, metal hatch door up front
- forward casting brace (removable)
- sawyer oars (seen in photos)
- dierks anchor system
- plascore construction, glassed over top
- heavy duty rubber chine guards for bumping rocks
- cover for times you'll park it outside
- galvanized trailer
- rubber rollers and guides
- 1,100lb winch and strap
- spare tire mounted on rim mounted on trailer frame, unused.
- handle on tongue, lifts off ball easily, rolls like a wheelbarrow in the garage
- folding front wheel and jack
- cable breakaways
- brand new Stealthcraft axle installed summer 2019, less than 200 miles on it.
*Not plannning to include an anchor. I use multiple styles. Buyer should purchase one of their preference.
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