Bumble Bee Pro Sport 200

1998 25th Anniversary Bumble Bee Pro Sport 200 bass boat with a 1998 Yamaha 2-STROKE Series V225TLRW 225HP Fuel Injected motor with less than 250 hours. Maintained at Omaha Marine Center. Winterized and stored on base every year. The boat is 20' 4" long and has a 96" beam. Cruising speed of around 45mph and a top speed near 70mph! Listed as one of the top 10 pro bass boats manufactured up next to Allison, Ranger, and Triton. It has a very smooth, dry ride and can handle the big water very well. Main Features: 2006 Motor Guide TR82FB DIGITAL 82lb 24V Tour Edition trolling motor (one of the last models with an all metal control pedal). http://www.motorguide.com/store/product/freshwater-use/tour (this is the most current web site but they have remained essentially unchanged for several years now) Lowrance LMS-522C iGPS graph w/ Fishing Hot Spots® PRO nationwide coverage on a Ram mount at the helm. http://www.lowrance.com/Products/Marine/Full-Size-SonarGPS-Chartplotter-Combos/LMS-522C-iGPS/ http://www.lowrance.com/Products/Mapping/Fishing-Hot-Spots-PRO/ Bass Pro Shops® XPS® Intelligent Technology Series On-Board Marine Battery Charger - XPS iT 5/5/5 http://www.basspro.com/Bass-Pro-Shops-XPS-Intelligent-Technology-Series-OnBoard-Marine-Battery-Charger-XPS-iT-5/5/5/product/10224685/58453 On dash: Speed, Tach, Flasher, Trim, Water Pressure (all work). 4 independant trim controls. Hot Foot throttle control. Deck lighting. Super deep aft live well. Well above average onboard storage capacity. Large Rod locker (10+). Underseat cooler. All lifevests and all safety devices required by the USCG included. The trailer is a 1998 LiteRider tandem axle w/ surge brakes, chrome wheels, bearing buddies, telescoping tounge, and bunks. All new tires in 2010 and brake solenoids replaced last summer. My mechanic estimated pad life at around 50% at that time. Just for fun I thought I'd add a video of the boat running. The video image is dark (recorded on my phone) but I think the general idea comes through fine! It was taken last summer on Okoboji. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Is8FKVpq-k&feature=mfu_in_order&list=UL Here's a video of the motor running. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TiC-p8Xh4BM Email works best to contact me as I am not able to have my phone on me during work hours. Additional pictures upon request. Thanks for looking! (If this ad is still up then yes, it is still available.)
Updated 30-Apr-2012
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