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Old 02-01-2010, 09:39 PM   #11
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My neighbor at the marina(Bens Lake in Destin)has a 32 shamrock, I have fished it many times and it's a sweet ride...I will ask him if he is interested in a shamrock get-together. Welcome to the forum:usaflag
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Old 02-07-2010, 02:01 PM   #13
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jim t (2/1/2010)I have a Shamrock 260 Express that I have not used often enough lately.

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99% about inboard motors but a GREAT site anyway.


and just WHY haven't you used it lately Jim ol' buddy? I'm back in town if you need it to be run on the trailer while you're our flying around the world. Give me a shout Jim....
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Hey Guys thanks for the replies!

The information you guys gave will be quite useful and Absolutely any shamrock past and present owners are welcome. At this time we have a date June 12 and one of our members is researching options for alocation.

Shamrocks are a high quality stable boat Known for there classic lines and dependable inboard power. I think they originated in south Florida and the company changed hands a few times. The last owner Bo Palmerlead Shamrock into bankruptcy last year. and allegedly left many upset investors holding the bag. All the while he reportedly moved the operation out of stateand continues to pursue his interest in Defiance Boats.Some might sayhis dealings with Shamrock investorswere shady and only intended to finance his Defiance boat line. I don't know just here say at this point.

Shamrocks have quite a fallowing and the owners have become quite a tight group. Basically we cover inboard boats and related issues Mostly Shamrocks however we do have a few single I/B Chris Crafts, Mako, and Aqua Sports. We have been knownto take afew good natured jabs at out boards.:shedevil The truth is nearly all of us also have O/B's as well.Feel free todrop in and chat sometime these guys are very helpful.http://www.fishtheclassic.net/forums/

Can I get a brief rundown on local fishing in June.

How far is blue-water and do you usually have a grass line to troll.

What would be the staple for the area. Trout, Snapper, AJ, Mahi, Tuna. Just interested in some basics.


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