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Boat Reviews By Owners

2004 -- 20' 4" ANGLER

Model: 204 FX

Cockpit: Console good but tach guage and leaning post seat secure strap broken in first 10 hours of operation.TT top provides enough shade, fair in rain.Built back rest on leaning post .

Cabin: no cabin, yet have slept on casting deck it has 3" foam. not bad in a pinch.

Construction: Seems well built,deck does not drain fast enough, rust coming from ski rings,live well piping broke inside hull minor repair but in the first year with min use is poor-

Handling: slow to plane off, rides nice in light chop.a bit wet for a 20' boat, hydro steering still stiff.

Engine Room: 150 merc rigged with a sensor that reads hot during med trolling speeds. merc mfg were no help saying that its not over heating.betty was in wisconsin yet knew every thing- sad

General Comments: trolling off shore in florida,cruising inland waterways. holds 6 no problem for short inside trips.color, style,trailer looks great."boat"-break out another thousand

Email Address: ttopangler@yahoo.com


Date Submitted: 2006-07-19

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