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Old 04-03-2013, 07:11 PM   #1
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Finally got it together. Headed out Sat 4/13, leaving from Boggy Point in Orange Beach. Need 2 more to fill the boat. Will more than likely be staying out over night unless the forecast says otherwise. Boat is a 2000 Wellcraft 290 Coastal with twin 250 Yamahas. Will split cost of fuel, bait, ice. Should be around $120-$150 per person. Might try some deep dropping and swording if we stay overnight. Will decide wed evening once we get an updated forecast. Give me a call or Pm. 256-596-3805 (eve) or 334-270-5680 (days). See pic below of where we plan to go.

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Hope we get to go.
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If i had an extra 300 laying around me and my gf would go but damn thats expensive.
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so what kind of mpg are you talking?
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Old 04-09-2013, 05:31 PM   #6
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If i had an extra 300 laying around me and my gf would go but damn thats expensive.
Heck of alot cheaper than fronting the bill for the boat ownership/maintenance/etc.......

$300 for 2 people overnight! I wish I could find offers like that closer to home!
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If i had an extra 300 laying around me and my gf would go but damn thats expensive.
Expensive?? Really?? That's a very reasonable deal. Obviously somebody who has never owned a boat of this size and doesn't know of the costs involved. Even if it was $200 for a trip like that, it would still be a good deal.
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Great offer - and expensive is relative depending on who you're talking to.

Bad forecast though.
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Expensive?? Really?? That's a very reasonable deal. Obviously somebody who has never owned a boat of this size and doesn't know of the costs involved. Even if it was $200 for a trip like that, it would still be a good deal.
Awww come on now you know it don't cost money to own a boat! I mean hell the payment,fuel,insurance,maintenance,gear,time,bait, ice,storage and so on is cheap. Haha that is a great deal on a trip.
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I thought it sounded cheap!

I would figure AT LEAST 150 gallons of fuel most likely more, that already puts you at around $100 a person and you haven't bought tackle, bait, food, drinks.....
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