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    Was just able to register due to the generosity of a moderator. Just wanted to say that it's great site, and for someone who has had Mako's of all varieties, including my favorite a 23 inboard, I look forward to learning much more about these great boats.

    BTW, I bought a 17 in great condition on Friday. Never had one of them yet, but will be perfect for light tackle, popper casting.

    Bill Smith

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    Originally posted by Tunahead


    Was just able to register due to the generosity of a moderator. Just wanted to say that it's great site, and for someone who has had Mako's of all varieties, including my favorite a 23 inboard, I look forward to learning much more about these great boats.

    BTW, I bought a 17 in great condition on Friday. Never had one of them yet, but will be perfect for light tackle, popper casting.

    Bill Smith



    Bill,

    Welcome to the Madness !

    Congrats on the 17 good boat.

    Post some pics.... We all like the pics..
    The Salty-Dawg all cleaned up and ready for the next trip ![br]1982 Mako 20B[br]1998 Yamaha 150 [br]

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      Welcome aboard!

      Tight lines
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