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New top cap for the 2095BTX

  • brian schultz
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    Minot, ND
    Posts: 158
    #1761566

    Looks like yar craft trashes the second bait well in 2018. Not enough of a change for me to sell my 2016, but I like it.

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    Dutchboy
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    International Falls a few miles from Rainy Lake
    Posts: 13189
    #1761569

    Couple of years to late for me also. I always thought they made that boat for the Crappie guys with hopes of selling it up here to the Walleye guys.

    brian schultz
    Participant
    Minot, ND
    Posts: 158
    #1761570

    I actually made use of mine. It where I put my rain gear, sun block, extra cloths, ect. I have never used it as a bait well. The boat does great in big water and back trolling is awesome in it. I have a bow mount but only use it for the spot lock for vertical jigging. Honesty I can do the same thing with the vantage, but spot lock is great for when I feel lazy or when I have my kids with.

    Dutchboy
    Participant
    International Falls a few miles from Rainy Lake
    Posts: 13189
    #1761589

    I’ll see if they have a 2018 tiller at the show tomorrow.

    FryDog62
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    Posts: 3319
    #1761611

    I see they kept the slot for the landing net though… don’t know why more boat manufacturers don’t add something like this… genius!!

    Hot Runr Guy
    Participant
    West Chicago, IL
    Posts: 1920
    #1761639

    I wonder if this means they’ve dropped the “wheel” version?

    HRG

    Never mind, I see on FB they are still offering the wheel version.

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    Dutchboy
    Participant
    International Falls a few miles from Rainy Lake
    Posts: 13189
    #1761793

    The boat is in the Hanneys booth at the sportshow if anybody is interested.

    CBMN
    Participant
    North Metro
    Posts: 716
    #1761814

    Talked to the Yarcraft rep (Mr. King himself) at the show this evening and it sounds like it is available with or without the wheel now.

    Hope that helps.

    Dutchboy
    Participant
    International Falls a few miles from Rainy Lake
    Posts: 13189
    #1761816

    I also talked to the factory guy down in Lybecks booth. They are super excited to add Brett King to their team.

    They got a good guy for sure!

    Dutchboy
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    International Falls a few miles from Rainy Lake
    Posts: 13189
    #1784308

    Anybody got a 20’ tiller they want to part with? Must have the big tiller handle.

    If the price is right i’m in the market.

    Dave l bonsai
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    Posts: 3
    #1784328

    I know of a loaded up 2018 that is for sale. If that is of interest let me know.

    Dutchboy
    Participant
    International Falls a few miles from Rainy Lake
    Posts: 13189
    #1784332

    Thanks, if I’m going to spend that kind of money I’ll order a new one. Unless the guy really wants to move it under book price then I would consider it I guess.

    Dutchboy
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    International Falls a few miles from Rainy Lake
    Posts: 13189
    #1951437

    Anybody else pick-up a 2095 tiller lately? What motor are you running?

    Fife
    Participant
    Ramsey, MN
    Posts: 3930
    #1951443

    I saw a new one on the water a couple weeks ago with a Mercury 200 Pro Xs.

    mxskeeter
    Participant
    SW Wisconsin
    Posts: 3516
    #1951448

    Dutchie did you sell the Lund and buy a 2095?

    Dutchboy
    Participant
    International Falls a few miles from Rainy Lake
    Posts: 13189
    #1951450

    Dutchie did you sell the Lund and buy a 2095?

    Still looking at the 2095. Haven’t pulled the pin yet. The Yar-Craft site is really disappointing. I think they haven’t updated the 2095 since 2017 or 2018. I know Eddie Lybeck likes the Merc 150 on those boats. Just wondering what others think.

    I’d like to see more pictures of them. Frontier has a 2019 sitting on the floor but I’m not nuts about the colors.

    Fife
    Participant
    Ramsey, MN
    Posts: 3930
    #1951579

    Just buy a Warrior and you won’t have to look around anymore.😀

    Dave l bonsai
    Participant
    Posts: 3
    #1951596

    After running both a 2095 and Warrior 2090. I would highly recommend the Warrior 2090 hands down!

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