Maumelle, ARSell a boat like this
For sale is a one-owner, garage kept, 2016 Tracker Grizzly 1860 Sportsman totally decked out. It has a 2016 Mercury 90hp 4 Stroke Engine, with low hours, 2 leaning post seats for bow fishing, 2 fishing seats to use when fishing, and a factory cushion for the bench behind the helm. It has a livewell in the front as well as a storage box that is the width of the boat. There are many options added to this boat. It had a 12v trolling motor that was too small so I replaced it. The original generator was DC, was loud, and underpowered so I replaced it. Every option added to this boat looks factory-installed. Everything was done meticulously and the right way.
On the Boat: The flimsy glove box replaced with durable, functional glovebox with two tackle boxes and 2 small drawers installed in front of helm (suitable for fuses, arrow tips, etc) The entire boat was Custom-wired to operate with or without the bow fishing deck with all wires concealed. The custom Trolling Motor mount for the bow fishing deck was fabricated and painted to match the boat. This allows you to operate the trolling motor more easily when fishing. (Also allows trolling motor to be easily moved from one deck for fishing to the other deck for bowfishing). Bow holders were installed on bowfishing deck and 2 bowfishing bows and Arrows are included with the boat. Both have been upgraded to Muzzy Reels with new line installed. A custom cushion and back on a 45 RTIC ice chest creates a leaning post for driving boat while bowfishing. Straps down for bowfishing or removes for fishing without deck. Either way it creates a seat and an ice chest for your outing.
Power for the Boat: 3 Batteries bought in the last year, two for trolling motor, 1 for engine I installed 2 PowerMax 12v 75 Amp Converters (joined for 24v power) for lights and trolling motor (this runs off the generator but also charges the batteries while powering lights and trolling motor) There is a PowerMax 12v 45 Amp Converter for Electronics and House Lights while the generator is running and it charges the main battery at the same time. I upgraded to a Predator 3500 Watt Super Quiet Inverter Generator with Electric Start which powers the boat and allows you to talk at the same time. All electronics, lights and accessories were hooked to a fuse box that was installed to protection against surges or shorts. The three batteries are connected with quick connectors to assist in jump starting if needed and are hooked to a 3-bank waterproof charger that plugs in while the boat is in storage.
Lights: Bowfishing is done, mostly, in the dark and I have installed many lights on this boat. The boat came with 1 set of 50 watt lights on the bowfishing deck. I added an extra Bank of 100 watt LED Amber lights installed making two full sets of bowfishing lights - 1 running 24v and 1 set running AC. I have installed work lights on the bowfishing deck and under that deck so you can see to change arrow tips or work while bowfishing. All Interior boat lights were replaced with brighter LED equivalents. There is an overhead work light at the helm and LED strip lights around inside edge of boat. Work Lights installed in the under-helm compartments and in the battery compartment. There are Custom Switches installed to control all lights. There is a Remote Controlled Spotlight mounted in front for fishing boat (without deck) and LED bar lights mounted on bowfishing deck for navigation.
Electronics: There is a Lowrance NMEA Network from bow to stern. There are 2 Lowrance Elite 9 ti2 Fish Finders - 1 mounted at helm and 1 on a ram mount at the bow. There is a Lowrance 3-in-1 Transducer with Chirp, SideScan and DownScan with Fish Reveal mounted at the stern and I'm including a Lowrance Transducer which straps to trolling motor for fishing (80/200). There is a Lowrance Point-1 GPS Compass Unit mounted on the boat to always show the direction you're facing while navigating waters using the charts built into the Lowrance Units. There is a Motorguide 24v Xi5 Trolling Motor with Spot-Lock. It is Interfaced with Lowrance Network for Fish Finder Control. Comes with a wireless foot control and wireless remote control, both Bluetooth.
Trailer: I added a Spare Tire which has never been on the ground and replaced all the trailer lights with LED lights. I installed all new wiring for the entire trailer so that I could change to a 7 pin trailer connection. This allows me to have backup lights. I installed 2 Backup light bars on the tail lights that light the boat ramp at night when you're launching or trailering the boat. The backup lights come on automatically when you put your truck in reverse. I installed a Double Wheel Tongue Jack to support the boat better, the factory one was flimsy. I added a custom roller near front of trailer to assist in trailering.
Lift: If you want it, I built a custom lift out of steel to hoist the bowfishing deck off the boat and allow me to use it for just fishing. This deck has an electric winch to lift the deck and safety chains installed to hold the deck while storing. There are 4 large eye hooks installed on the deck to support the weight for this process. This structure safely holds the deck out of the way so boat can be used for other purposes and stores it in the same footprint. The entire structure is around 13 feet tall.
This boat is a one-owner, adult owned boat, and has been treated properly. It has scratches on it (it is a bowfishing boat) but everything single thing on the boat functions properly. I have about $56k invested, and selling for $32k. You can have the lift system if you’d like to take it apart.....you will need several people to help you....the steel alone is very heavy.
I will take this post down when the boat sells.