am I the only one ?
am I the only one ?
Hey Link, i have a 2004 1802 with a 125 saltwatermerc.
sweet finally got a reply! I just wintrized mine I have the 03' 2052 w/a 4.3 merc the boat is perfect for me and the areas I fish. Trophy stands behind their product, I'm very pleased with her , fishing and fun link
Hey Link, i just winterized mine sunday also,hey do you trailer your boat or slip it,if you trailer it how is it to trailer, lauch, ect. i was going to buy the 2002 or the 2052 like your boat, but my buddy talked me out of it at the time,saying it was to big for me. I do like the 1802, easy to lauch, I fish with it mostly, have towed water tubes ,swimming and diving mostly in Narragansett Bay, it has a 125 merc, so it screws,ive had it up to 48 mph,lolMy buddy bought the new 1902, thats a cool boat, more features than mine. later David
Link I have a 2002 1903 With a 150 SW Merc. Like both of you I just winterized as well. I hope it is a short winter. My boat is primarily used for fishing in the bay, and inshore when I venture into a little deeper water. This year was the first I had it in a slip and loved it. Can't wait till next spring.
When I launch in and out 3 min tops all depends what ramp I'm at, the bunk trailer has proven to be self centering and easy on /off, this ofcourse is with my son at the helm, I myself can launch if there is a float when I put her in to tie her off most of the ramps I go to have these I like trailering because where I live in ma. Ican fish buzzard bay 10 min to ramp , or a 20 min ride to Plymouth ma to fish cape cod bay theres another ramp close to my house I love but not many people use it thisnramp has fresh water washdown and some rodknocking floats but you have to dump the boat in and park 1/4 mile away all for no charge I usuall bring a bike to make the trip faster I also make sure I have someone else with me I don't like leaving the boat alone anywhere. My son would love a moring ( long wait) yes it would make it easy but I flush with salt away after every use and I couldn't do this at the moring. LINK
Hey guys. I have a 2005 Trophy 2052 with 4.3L FWC and extended hard top. Had a 2003 Trophy 1802 before this one and have been very pleased by both boats. They do build a solid boat. The 2052 handles very well, gives a nice dry ride and the hard top is a blessing. I'll never have another boat again without one. You can see pictures of her by clicking on the text below my signature below.
I know it's 20 out but I had to sit on the boat under the tarp and dream of SPRING
I'm the former link2052 but I forgot my password so I made a new log on which is the name of my 2052 trophy extended HT 4.3 2003
Does a 1984 Trophy 1510 Fish and Ski count?I just bought it used in October.Seem like a good boat. Rides fairly well.85 Hp Force also runs good.Top speed 42 mph with just me in it.Mike
1992 2002WA Trophy here. Bought it last year and caught a lot of Salmon with her. Great boat!!! It loves the ocean.LarryOriginally posted by Link2052: am I the only one ?
98 2802 here. Starting to get itchy for warmer weather and calmer seas, been out a couple times this winter, but tough to get more than one day of good water this time of year.Originally posted by Link2052: am I the only one ?
Picking up an '05 1802 w/125 Merc on March 30th
I have a 93 2002 WA with a 1985 150 rude on it. I have had it sence 96 anf love it, Very easy to handle and trailer back and forth to Cape Cod a 70 mile trip each way twice a week.I hope that you enjoy yours as much as I have.
I think everyone stops on the Bayliner Forum.Larry
WHAT, NO PICTURES !! 04 Trophy Pro
i guess it was the "no trophy owners" that got us all...i have a 2005 1802wa with 115 4 stroke merc...this is my first nice boat...i've had some hand me downs but this is the first one that every thing works!! although the voltmeter took a dump but every thing elese is still nice. very happy with it..i added smart tabs, they do work well..gets on plane quicker and is much better when the water is snotty...hope winters over soon!!
hello everyone just registered for this site. Just took delivery to my first Trophy ,model1902wa w/115 merc 4 stroke.Boat looks great and cant wait for spring.
Have a 2005 2303 Trophy PRO with a 200EFI and keep it in the slip all winter we do alot of ROCK fishing from OCT on in Virginia, Next month we start on other fish.
New here, I have a 2007 1952 w/ a 4.3L 190hp, w/ a 9.9hp kicker, but its under 14 ' snow up here in Maine. It'll be June before I can get it out lol. My wife & I love it, but I think I need to put trimtabs on it. It lists to the port side when under way. I think its the kicker being on the port side. Have Fun & Boat Safe
Hey shadbones, glad to her from more Trophy owners. Its probly best to add the trim tabs, I have the Lenco electric ones and I can't see doing without them. keep in touch with the forum and again glad to see another brother on board.
Just purchased a '08 Trophy 2102 w/ Merc. Optimax 150.. Schedule delivery date 3/29..
I have a 2002, 2359FB I keep slipped in the Saco River in Maine. Great ,solid ,all around sport fisherman/cruiser. Running a 5.7 Merc I/O Alpha one, Generation 2. Snow and ice up here should be gone sometime in August.
Its funny that I bought my Trophy on whim, I owned a 18' alum. Starcraft, but wasn't really liking it till I saw a Trophy, I never did any research on Trophy, nor did I know anyone that had one. Never even seen one in the water, but when I saw that 07' 1952 sitting on the lot I fell in love. Bought right there not even telling the wife (oh on). Brought it home, saw the look on my wifes face and knew I wasn't in trouble. (YEHA) Boy does she love the boat. Then I did my research, went to boat shows, on the internet, & started asking people about Trophys. We didn't like the Gradys, Mako, Wellcraft, Boston Whalers, or any of the other boats we looked at. Saw that in boating mag. there was no write-ups on them, no advertising for them.They don't even have them in the classifieds. So what I'm saying I guess is we Trophy Owners are in a class of our own. (like harley davidson owners you could say lol).
Hey has anyone used the Nauticus SX Smart Tabs?
Hey Neverhome I think it'll be Sept before we get our boats out of the snowbanks heah in Maine
HAVE FUN & BOAT SAFE....BUD
way to go! go to the, how off your Trophy thread and post a pic.
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