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Yarcraft tfx 186 or Skeeter 1910

3/13/18 @ 8:20 PM
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Plmlk
Brent Hess
MEMBER since 12/18/07

Whatever you decide, just make sure to max out the HP with a reliable motor from Briggs, Nissan, or Tohatsu!  

Just having a little fun :) 

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3/20/18 @ 3:15 AM
1pass
User since 6/27/17

Cap-what kind of set up is he running? Prop, pitch,jackplate?53 seams kinda fast with a 150.

I take it he is running an Optimax I know they run good on that hull.53?  I am hoping to get that with a Yamaha 200 4i when it is all broke in.

3/19/18 @ 9:34 AM
Cap'n
User since 2/19/05

My brother has the yarcraft you are asking about with a merc150,  four stroke 9.9. kicker,  dual counsel. 53 mph boat, smooth dry ride. He loves it.


Cappy

3/16/18 @ 9:28 AM
BigMusky12
BigMusky12
User since 12/22/04

boats are specific to type of fishing you do and other pleasure boating.  I would never buy a boat based on someone elses recommendation.  I think this is a decision you need to make yourself..they are all nice boats at that price point.    

3/15/18 @ 1:45 PM
fishgodwi
User since 7/28/10

Love my skeeter WX2100 walleye boat. But now u can only get skeeters with yamahahahahas on them. Mine has 250 pro xs optimax merc. Yar Craft u can still choose what motor u want. So now whenever i get another boat, i wont b able to go back to Skeeter which sucks cuz ive had 2 of them and LOVED em!!

3/15/18 @ 7:23 AM
bwankowski
User since 5/5/14

I agree that the layout on the skeeter looks better and seems to have the better standard options. I have a 03 skeeter bass boat and I can say the quality of it is great. If I had to buy a deep v style boat it would be a skeeter hands down.

3/14/18 @ 8:00 PM
Plmlk
Brent Hess
MEMBER since 12/18/07

Skeeter has always made a good rig!  

Congrats, post a few pics when you get her home.  

Cheers

The Woodlands Resort
(262) 661-3968
3/14/18 @ 7:48 PM
1pass
User since 6/27/17

Yes. I am getting one.Paperwork ready to go.I have my mind made up but just wanted to get others opinion. Maybe someone out there has owned both. 

3/14/18 @ 7:42 PM
Plmlk
Brent Hess
MEMBER since 12/18/07

I have no experience with a Yarcraft, but did see a Skeeter at a  sandbar on the Wolf this past Summer. Really a nice rig - was laid out very nice.  

It’d be hard to beat with a Yami on the back.  

Are you just poking around, or seriously considering?  

The Woodlands Resort
(262) 661-3968
3/14/18 @ 3:32 PM
SuspendedMusky
SuspendedMusky
User since 12/9/08
After reviewing both boat layouts, configuration, etc, etc,.....I would personally lean toward the Skeeter 1910.

3/14/18 @ 2:33 PM
1pass
User since 6/27/17

Yes. Both have 200 Yamaha 4 strokes on them.

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