Lange Family Boats

This is our third and final boat for Team Lange it is a 2009 SeaArk ProCat 240 24 foot in length powered with a 175 Suzuki four stroke.


This is Tim and Lynn's new Flathead Hunter, It's a 2001 Smokercraft Millentia, 20 foot long 8 foot wide,powered by a 125 Mercury saltwater series engine, has an 8in. manual jackplate, two 32 Gallon livewells, bought this boat from Bud's Marine in Russells Point, Ohio , these guys go beyond what normal sales people do,  I encourage you to check with these guys on  your next boat purchase, you won't be disappointed.

This is Larry and Stephanie's 1999 Smoker Craft, it's 16 feet long, is powered by a 50 hp Johnson motor with a MinnKota trolling motor, they have a Lowrance LMS350-A electronics, and a thirty gallon live well in the front. It also has a full cover for winter fishing. I used to have to constantly watch him as he left me in his wake, not any more!!!!!!

This is Larry and Stephanie's 2007 Tracker it's 18.5 feet long, is powered by a 150 hp Mercury Optimax motor , they have a Lowrance LCX520-C electronics, and a thirty gallon live well in the front.  I am now sucking his wakes again.

 

Here is my Great nephew Austin behind the wheel of his Uncle Tim and Aunt Lynn's 1st boat, he looks like a natural behind the wheel don't he!!!


This was our very first boat that Lynn and I owned, it was a 16 foot Sea Nymph and before we upgraded the engine it had a Chrysler 35 horse motor, we upgraded the engine to a 50 Horse Johnson with oil injection, never knew what getting on plane was till we put the Johnson on the back of that boat. Had a custom built trailer made for it also. This was a great first boat and handled the Ohio River well. I fully stripped down this boat and did a total rebuild, new paint and interior. turned out great lots of memories from this boat.

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Our Grandson Josh behind the wheel of Grandpa and Grandma Lange's Smokercraft boat, well he's got the shift lever and the tilt and trim down.Joshboat3.JPG (77783 bytes)

 

"Hey Grandpa, Ok if I take the rig out on the lake for a spin?" Won't be long and this Boy will be under the wheel piloting it.

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