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If it was a LA registered boat, i believe you will only need a notarized bill of sale for the boat. Current boat registration papers filled out and possibly notarized, plus new registration and transfer fee. I have never heard of a boat being titled in LA even if there was a succession.
No matter what, when you register the trailer you will pay the taxes on the sale value of the trailer. If it is from an individual, I believe you will only pay taxes on the trailer ( from what I remember Texas and Miss works this way coming into LA ). If you purchase from a dealer you will likely pay parish and state taxes on the entire rig.
I would recommend Interlux epoxy primekote as the primer and then ameron /amercoat 450/450h (two part polyurethane paint).There are many/better two part paints out there but, they can get very expensive. Amercoat is $70/gal and can have colors customized. You can mix the sand or other material for the nonskid in the final coat. I would not go more than 2 coats. If you sand (220 grit ) and clean the area well you could skip the primer( should be fine ) . Use acetone to clean prior to painting no matter which route you go.
I have had a couple of whalers and put bow mounted trolling motors on them. You will need an aluminum plate fabricated and reinforced. Send me an email and I will give you my contact phone#.
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