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Can anyone give me some insight into the Trophy boats?

I've heard both good and bad things about them.

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Trophy "Striper" Model

A Guy Had a Cudy cabin next to Me in a Sling in Turtle Cove
Some Years ago,,, He Took it out to 40 Miles(35 With me), Budy Bote,,,

He Replaced everything(Parts) Steering Cables, Cleats, Hatches, sooner or Later, You do that on any Bote,,,,,

I think they are like Bayliner,,,, Lower end of the Buck$ Scale,,,

You could Do Better,,

pat
 

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Buddy had one: looked good, but was not dependable. Had a Force outboard that was junk. Something broke down nearly every time he took it out. No-way I'd buy one. my .02
 

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I have an '07 2302 Walk Around. Love it. Everyone that has been on it has loved it. There are better, more expensive boats out there, but mine gets 'er done.
Bayliner Trophy boats had alot of issues if they weren't well cared for. Post Bayliner and the production quality went up considerably.
 

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I fished out of one for 10 years with very few problems. They are not as well made as alot of boats but they are alot cheaper. I had more issues with the dealership than the boat.
 

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Trophy Boats and Bayliner suffer from an image problem as much as anything. Not generally known as quality boats.
 

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Looks like we'll be moving down there in Feb. Once I'm in town, you're more than welcome to check my Trophy out and go out with me in it.











 
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