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20' 2017 Phoenix 920 Pro XP
For Sale: 2017 Phoenix 920 Pro XP
$54000.00
Prairieville, LA

2017 Phoenix 920 Pro XP, 2017 Yamaha VF 250 LA SHO Motor�Yamaha Extended Service (Y.E.S. Expiration Date 9/01/2021), 2017 Marine Master Trailer Model (PHB920XPUCS)
Single console, padded front casting deck, Phoenix travel boat cover, T-H Marine Loc-R-Bar Front Compartment Adapter, FXP 26 Pitch 3 blade prop, Minn Kota Fortrex 112, Minn Kota 460 (4) bank (15) amps per bank battery charger, Rigid Industries Minn Kota Fortrex Trolling Motor LED Light, C-Channel double-axle coated trailer frame, (2) Lowrance Point One Pucks, (1) Lowrance Touch 7 Gen #3 mounted on Precision Sonar mount at the console & (1) Lowrance Touch 7 Gen #2 on a Dek-It mounted bow mount with puck mount included, side and down imaging are linked to each unit, Atlas 12 Hydraulic J/Plate with the gauge, Rigid Deck Lights (white), (4) Interstate batteries, MotorMate transom saver, (2) 8 foot Powerpole Blades with all the remotes & Power-Pole C-Monster Foot Switches
$54K is the sales price.
Ask for Bob @ the following: 225-936-0347

January 15, 2018 at 6:26pm

We are a ALBC affiliate bass club. We fish ten regular season tournaments Feb through Nov. We practice catch and release and are currently looking for a few new members.

Please give me a call if you are interested in passing a good time one Sunday a month.

Bob Battistella
225-936-0347

January 25, 2017 at 1:11pm

We fish the Spillway, Henderson, Verret, Amelia, Delacroix, False River, and Old River. Overnight tournaments on Toledo Bend and Venice. Members that show up for meetings get to vote when and where we fish.

January 27, 2017 at 6:49am
A comment titled: Tasty in response to a report titled: Spillway Bass Limits

Tasty

February 14, 2013 at 12:35pm
A comment titled: The Tank Pond in response to a report titled: Spillway Bass Limits

The tank pond is screwed because all the grass has been killed! The owner of Pier 90 launch wants to file a class action lawsuit!

February 09, 2013 at 4:46pm
A comment titled: Spillway crybabies in response to a report titled: Spillway Bass Limits

Nothing will please self-appointed bass protectors. They will always have disdain for anyone that likes to fish & eat their catches. Scientific studies be damned, these self-appointed bass protectors know what's best.

You guys kill me!!!

A recent LDWF evaluation determined that the 14” minimum size limit for bass in the Atchafalaya Basin, Lake Verret, Lake Palourde, and Fausse Pointe Lake is not effective in increasing the abundance of large size bass. For the full evaluation, visit HERE.

Results from the study indicate that growth and life span of Atchafalaya Basin bass are more heavily influenced by environmental factors than by anglers. Anglers release small fish with the expectation that they will grow larger with age. In the Atchafalaya Basin, there is no guarantee conditions will be favorable for their development. Basin anglers have been releasing bass since 1992, only to see them become victims of storm after storm.

Anglers in the Atchafalaya Basin will continue to catch the same number of nice size bass with or without any length limit. Therefore, our technical staff does not consider length regulations to be beneficial for the Atchafalaya Basin, Lake Verret, Lake Palourde and Fausse Pointe Lake.

Atchafalaya Basin anglers currently catch more bass due to the 14” minimum length limit because most bass are protected from harvest. It is important to understand that removal of the 14” minimum length limit would increase bass harvest and decrease the number of available bass for anglers to catch. A temporary reduction in creel limit could moderate the change, but environmental factors will eventually determine the number of bass available to anglers in the Atchafalaya Basin.

The Atchafalaya Basin is one of the most popular fisheries in Louisiana. Therefore, any regulation change will directly impact thousands of anglers. Your comments and opinions will provide valuable insight into angler preferences toward bass management in the Atchafalaya Basin.

Please take the time to share them with us.

February 08, 2013 at 1:19pm
A comment titled: Lake Pontchartrain in response to a report titled: Enough of the poilitcs, Back to the basics

I give up. What's the trick to catching any trout in the lake? I have fished off Williams Blvd launch, The Rigolets, Highway 11 bridges & Bayou Lacombe only to come up with nothing! Before the water was released into the lake earlier this year I saw fish being caught @ the train tracks with heavy jig-heads on the bottom & never really got them myself. Did you use dead shrimp for your trout or plactics? How did you fish for them?

November 05, 2008 at 1:59pm
A comment titled: 2200 vs 2220 Blazer Bay in response to a report titled: new boat

I have 06 2220 & love it. She's been in choppy water & is extremely dry. The rod boxes & storage compartments are great.

She runs shallow & can get v-max on her!

April 05, 2008 at 3:07pm
A comment titled: REV. REDFISH in response to a report titled: You're the Expert

This is Bob from BR. How have you been? Good luck with the kayak tournament. Are you staying @ Boudreauxs? Look forward to another shot of kayak fishing when it gets warmer.I'm headed to the mine on Monday with some clients; I'll let you know how we do.
Bobbatt

March 07, 2008 at 6:23pm
A comment titled: Duck-head in response to a report titled: Monster Bass

You are looking for TMZ or You Tube....!!!!!
You are not a LA Sportsman...FAKE

July 28, 2007 at 9:00pm
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