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  Lund 1750 Tyee complete set up: Boat, Motor, kicker motor, trailer, extras
Posted by: BearLakeFishGuy - 8 hours ago - Forum: For Sale In Utah - No Replies

[font=Arial, "sans-serif"]I am selling my 1992, 1750 Lund Tyee.  This boat is an aluminum hull.  The main motor is a 1994 oil-injected Yamaha 150hp with stainless steel prop.  The kicker motor is a 1998, 4-stroke Honda 8hp on a mounting plate.  Both motors are fed off the same main fuel tank, so there is no mixing of gas/oil for the main motor since it has a separate oil tank.  Just this spring I changed the impellers in BOTH motors, change the lower unit oil, put new spark plugs in both motors, and changed the engine oil in the Honda.  I also replaced the carburetor on the Honda with a brand new factory carb since one of the little plastic choke connector broke and that was built into the carb![/font]
[font=Arial, "sans-serif"]The boat also includes with a MinnKota 12V, 55lb trust V2 trolling motor with Co-pilot and has one FOB controller as well as a foot controller.  The boat has two depth finders:  one is a Lowrance X98df and is mounted on the console the other is a Humminbird 581 with down-imaging and mounted facing backwards, so when you are trolling you can see the depthfinder. The boat comes with a custom back-splash guard for the opposite side of where the kicker motor is mounted, fire extinguisher, 3 removable rod holders, steering connector rod between main motor and trolling motor, running lights, bilge pump, live well with pump, two 12V batteries with selector switch, NOCO 2 bank on-board charger with recessed plug, brand new tires on trailer with less than 400 miles, spare tire with cover, Cabelas web tie-down straps, motor-toter for main engine, bearing buddies on the trailer, and full canvas travel cover.  [/font]
[font=Arial, "sans-serif"]Finally, it has a bimini top, detachable, clear side windows and a full back cover to enclose things in severe weather.  These canvas pieces alone will run you over $2,000 if you bought them new.  If you have any questions, please feel free to ask.  I have owned this boat for approximately the last 12 years and have never had an issue with the boat or main motor and I have maintained everything in tip-top shape since I am OCD with maintenance.  The only thing I did not do myself was I had Honda trolling motor head gasket changed out by Roger’s Marine about 6 years ago.  I do not know the exact hours on the motors, but both run great and start without any issues even in the coldest weather.  I have always used Startron in my gas and only run premium gas.  The boat comes with 4 pedestal seats (3 are in good shape and one has a couple of tears).  It has a fuse panel for all electric accessories.  This boat is perfect for Bear Lake, Willard Bay, and just about anywhere quite honestly and is turn-key, ready-to-fish.  I realize this boat is 30 years old, but a new boat outfitted the same way would be the in $50,000+ range.  I am asking $15,000 or best reasonable offer.  This is honestly an incredible opportunity for a Deep-V, Lund fishing boat here in Utah.  Some of the BFT members on here know this boat well.  I have used it a couple of times on Willard Bay and Bear Lake this year and planned on keeping it, however, I had a deal on a new boat come along that I could not pass up.  I now live in Cache Valley and would be happy to show the boat to you.  I have 35+ pics of the boat but BFT only lets me choose 10 of them.  If you want to see me, let me know and I'll send them to you.[/font]


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  Willard spawning crappie
Posted by: fearfish - 10 hours ago - Forum: Utah Fishing General - Replies (2)

I remember years ago it used to be a thing to go to willard and fish for crappie This time of year but I haven’t heard any thing about it in a long time do people still go and fish for them in the north Marina id like to head up ther and try it

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  14x13 prop
Posted by: icejunkie - Yesterday, 02:19 PM - Forum: For Sale In Utah - No Replies

I have a brand new 14x13 pitch Aluminum prop with interchangeable hub $50.00. Brian 801 668 5858. 
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  Willard 4-20
Posted by: 2knots - 04-20-2024, 10:01 PM - Forum: Utah Fishing General - Replies (7)

My buddy Dave wanted to run his boat for the 1st time this year so meet him at the south marina around 7:30ish, quite the crowd there already with rigs having to park in the lower lot as we prepared to launch. Lots of dirty water in the canal but lake was much better (appears that the water coming down the baffles is being sent to the SL down the other ditch as the muddy water wasn’t being pushed into the main body of the lake). Water temp was 54 when we launched and we headed to Freeway to start, picked up a 19” eye and had 1 other bump so after a couple hours we headed to the light pole and southwest corner. Worked a lot of water and had 4 takedowns that didn’t stick running bottom bouncers, switched over to flicker shad for the last 1.5 hours to see if we could get some of the suspended fish to go but to no avail. Water temp when we got off was 56, bugs have shown up and the lake lice/power squadron.

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  Willard North Marina to freeway bay
Posted by: twoblueeyes78 - 04-20-2024, 06:16 PM - Forum: Utah Fishing General - Replies (2)

Launched north marina at 8:30am and headed to freeway Bay. Water was 52 degrees. Pleasant soft breese that ended about 11:00am when I got off the water. Saw several fish on sonar but nobody interested. Heard from 4 others that they also caught nothing. Beautiful day.

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  Any word on the ice conditions at Strawberry?
Posted by: Lunkers - 04-19-2024, 06:31 PM - Forum: Utah Fishing General - Replies (4)

Just wondering if ice off is happening yet?

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  Nice Day
Posted by: k2muskie - 04-19-2024, 12:58 AM - Forum: Utah Fishing General - Replies (5)

Hit Willard today water temp 53°.  Found 3 willing Walleye. Missed another one as it decided to self release.  All fish still swimming as I didn’t feel like cleaning fish.  Fished 20-21 FOW out in the middle of bay.  Used flicker minnow #5&7 hot tail perch and hot tail fire tiger.  One ounce weight clipped on 6’ up from lure 81-90 feet back.  Speed 1.7-1.8.

Was letting line out and had this one hit as we were just starting into the troll

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Overall nice day got nippy when the breeze started.

Tight Lines!!

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  The report we have never had
Posted by: Cowboypirate - 04-19-2024, 12:19 AM - Forum: Utah Fishing General - Replies (3)

Ok- truth is i really don't know if we have ever had a report for Locomotive Springs, but you all are about to get one...

Cookie, Buckwheat, the Wookie and I went to to high desert country a few days back. We started by driving over to the spiral jetty on the shores of the Great Salt Lake. If you have never been there is it spiral rock art built in the 1970s. Since the GSL levels have been decreasing in 2002 it is high and dry these days and slowly getting covered by wind blown sand. Better go look soon Wink

I have some drone footage of it in the video

Then onwards to Locomotive Springs. I have never been there before so had no idea what to expect. It is not the most picturesque  location i have ever fished. Lots of RVs with off road units having fun but they never bothered us. The Springs seemed low but I don't have a reference to compare. But, in the deeper holes there were lots of smaller rainbows willing to play. Cookie just rigged a simple bobber and bait rig so her and Buckwheat could stay above the moss. They tore em up. Great spot to run over with a pack of kids that donr care about size but just want to catch fish.

Lots of minnows. I expect they might have been chubs if you need bait.

Video in the link.

Enjoy 

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  Carp at Utah Lake
Posted by: Sbg89 - 04-18-2024, 02:49 AM - Forum: Utah Fishing General - Replies (4)

Has anyone seen if the carp are starting to move into the shallows at Utah Lake? I’m hoping to go down and shoot some this weekend. Thanks.

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  Lost Creek part 2
Posted by: Cowboypirate - 04-17-2024, 01:31 AM - Forum: Utah Fishing General - Replies (5)

Took the student angler club up Friday. Ice all off. A few yaks crusing and a fair number of bank tanglers. Had pretty good luck in a couple hrs in the evening.  Picked up a mix bag of cuts, bows and splake. Jigs and a worm. Bling in silver and gold. And worm. Again no bites on powerbait. Had a good snowball fight and watched a hook set that would have set a barb into a wooly mammoth tusk.

But all they can talk about is when am I gona take them to catch some cats. 

Really fun short video

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