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Life with a Bayliner 21 Nov 2008 18:59 #1

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After the purchase of my 1989 Bayliner Capri 1700 85hp Force. That I did not have to put any work into it to put it in the water. Other than a serious cleaning. My wife and I and at times friends wasted away the rest of the summer on the boat. We live here in Minot, North Dakota. Not a lot of water holes to put a boat on but the ones that are here. We did find and had plenty of fun on them. Like Rice lake, Neslon Carlson and the biggest one of them all lake Sakakawea. So here is a few pictures of our fun.

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:cool: Jayliner is my way, no matter what the boat is.[/B][/SIZE]
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Life with a Bayliner 21 Nov 2008 22:11 #3

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Welcome to boating. Ain't it great. Now you get the joy of winter projects. I hope she is stored inside!

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Good Luck & Smooth Cruisin' to ya'll! :arr
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Life with a Bayliner 26 Nov 2008 07:40 #4

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The smiles on the water say it all.. Keep the spirit.. :arr

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Life with a Bayliner 26 Nov 2008 11:14 #5

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Congrats!! Always helps to have good looking women on the boat and a faithful pup by your side! :arr

Hope that 2009 treats you just as well. If not (Ahem :rolleyes:) this is the place for great info for repair Q's. ;)

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Life with a Bayliner 27 Nov 2008 15:30 #6

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Small World! I also boat on Lake Sakakawea. I live in Bismarck south of the lake. While there is not a lot of water holes in ND, Sakakawea has a lot of water to offer. 180 miles from one end to the other with almost 1,500 miles of shoreline. At 307,000 acres it is the 3rd largest man-made lake behind Lake Mead and Lake Powell.

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Life with a Bayliner 30 Nov 2008 02:16 #7

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Jayliner;225783 wrote: After the purchase of my 1989 Bayliner Capri 1700 85hp Force. That I did not have to put any work into it to put it in the water. Other than a serious cleaning. My wife and I and at times friends wasted away the rest of the summer on the boat. We live here in Minot, North Dakota. Not a lot of water holes to put a boat on but the ones that are here. We did find and had plenty of fun on them. Like Rice lake, Neslon Carlson and the biggest one of them all lake Sakakawea. So here is a few pictures of our fun.

Fixed that for ya! :p

Looking good! Makes me look forward to my first splash day with mine.

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Life with a Bayliner 03 Dec 2008 03:24 #8

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Hey there good to see another ND guy on here! Jayliner and I are both in Minot and we got down to the big lake a few times during the end of the summer. I did not have my 2150 yet so we where out on his 1700. Its a great boat our family had a blast out with him and his wife! I hope to get mine water ready before spring I am doing a little floor repair, never heard of a bayliner owner doing that have you, but we will keep our fingers crossed! Take a look at my thread "1988 Bayliner 2150 Capri Bowrider Restoration" it is under "Completed Projects" let me know what you think! Its a bit of a mess now! Ugh!!

But if we get her ready maybe we could go boating together in 09! Talk later

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Size doesn't matter, its how you handle your vessel! :prod
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