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shcooley
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Joined: July 07 2006
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Posted: July 07 2006 at 08:27 | IP Logged Quote shcooley

I own an 2001 walkaround 20 with a 150 Mercury outboard and hardtop.  I use it mainly for fishing in the middle Chesapeake Bay area, around Bloody Point and the West River.  I've had no problems with the boat and only minor perturbations with the engine.

Calm seas and rising tides to all.



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Chuck_S
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Joined: June 17 2003
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Posted: July 27 2006 at 13:30 | IP Logged Quote Chuck_S

Hi!

I own a 1995 Proline 201 WA with a 150 HP Mariner outboard.  Most of my boating is done around Cape Cod - Vineyard & Nantucket Sound.  Do some fishing, mostly cruising to beaches/islands with the family.  Love the boat! 

Chuck

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double d
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Joined: September 13 2006
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Posted: September 13 2006 at 15:17 | IP Logged Quote double d

 i had a 1996 stalker(by pro-line) 202, which is the dual console model......i loved the boat, it was great to fish out of and pull the kids on a pull toy. room every in that boat.....but it only had one engine; a  150 johnson ocean runner. good motor too. just had one..............so; i found a pro-line 25sport with twin 150 opti maxs hanging on a bracket.  it's an 05 model, and the more i use it the more i like it.

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JerseyJohn
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Joined: September 16 2006
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Posted: September 17 2006 at 08:32 | IP Logged Quote JerseyJohn

Greetings,

I currrently own a 2004 Bayliner 185 (4.3L) and thinking of selling her for a walkaround.  I have my eye on a 1997 Pro Line 20' Stalker with a 175 Evinrude.  I don't know much about Pro Line, hows thier reputation? Quality, dependability?

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John

 

 

 

 

 

 



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hhi angler
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Posted: September 18 2006 at 08:07 | IP Logged Quote hhi angler

i have a 2000 22wa and have not had any problems with the boat. i previously had a 19 sportfisher with no problems. the company has been in business for 38 years and has received various industry awards. i use the boat for near and off shore and it has been able to perform when caught in small craft warnings. i read the post about owners in a marina were negative on the brand, i dont hang with the marina crowd as i use the boat. statements about non specific problems are of little value. i would not think the marina crowd would buy the brand as they have been and are still built for fishing. there are many marina boats built for cocktail cruising and impressing the marina occupants.
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Chuck_S
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Posted: September 18 2006 at 10:02 | IP Logged Quote Chuck_S

Proline came highly recommeded to me from people in our bay that used them.  One told me if you can't get a Grady, go for Proline.  I bought it used from someone who did a lot of fishing and was upgrading to a larger Grady.  I've found it to be very solid and seaworthy.  I'd buy another.

 

 

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jfrutuoso
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Joined: March 04 2006
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Posted: December 14 2006 at 22:57 | IP Logged Quote jfrutuoso

I own a 2005 21wa that I purchase in March of 05. I love the boat. I use it for fishing on Long Island Sound mostly in the Race. I love the boat. This is my third boat and by far the best boat I ever had.

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RVNKONTUM
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Joined: January 06 2007
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Posted: January 06 2007 at 14:26 | IP Logged Quote RVNKONTUM

     Hi,
             I purchased a 2002 25 Sport w/ 225 Mercury Saltwater EFI, on New Years Day.  I'm very excited, and would love any info anyone can supply concerning my boat.  It won't be getting wet until at least April (this year I will catch a striper) so you can imagine I'm going a little stir-crazy.  I would appreciate as many anecdotes as possible to help me fill the next three months.


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JerseyJohn
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Posted: January 07 2007 at 21:49 | IP Logged Quote JerseyJohn

Congrats and good luck with your new boat, and welcome to the forum.

 

 



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RVNKONTUM
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Posted: January 07 2007 at 22:10 | IP Logged Quote RVNKONTUM

Thanks John, appreciate the welcome.

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mikegl48
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Joined: April 29 2007
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Posted: April 29 2007 at 11:48 | IP Logged Quote mikegl48

I moved from NJ 9years ago to FL so I don't have to wait to use my boat

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dirtdobber
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Joined: August 01 2008
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Posted: August 01 2008 at 17:06 | IP Logged Quote dirtdobber

I own a 2005 23' Walk which I use for family outings and both inshore
and off shore fishing. It's powered by a 200 Mercury EFI Saltwater
series with very good power. I've had very good service from the
vessel as well as the folks at Proline. They have been really responsive
to my questions.
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BigAl58
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Posted: August 03 2008 at 18:03 | IP Logged Quote BigAl58

I am the proud owner "CUZWECUD" a Pro-Line 26Walk 2001 with a single Mercury Optimax 225.  So far this boat has been everything I have wanted in a boat that I can afford.  I thought maybe it would be under powered with just a single engine but has ran as fast as I have needed it to move.  Also compared to most of the newer model Walk Arounds mine has a much better cabin arrangement.  I have added a GPS Chart plotter, Radar, multi battery (group 27's) with dedicated battery set up for house & motor.  Fuel Capacity is 170 gallons.  I noticed newer similar size models do not have this fuel capacity.  I was considering buying a twin engine set up but after consideration of various articles on twin vs single I will stay with a single set-up.  When I re power I will consider the new Yamaha 350 hp as I am rated for max of 400 hp.  It handles every sea I have encountered just fine.  I have not had a wet or hull slapping ride as some say is common to Pro-Lines.  Be your own critique after a sea trial if you have any doubts no matter what brand boat you are looking at. 

Bigal Tampa Bay 

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dirtdobber
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Posted: August 05 2008 at 12:40 | IP Logged Quote dirtdobber

I'm the current owner of a 2005 Pro Line 23' Walk. I'm the previous
owner of a Boston Whaler, Grady White as well as a Sea Pro. I find the
Pro Line to be as good as any. This is my first cuddy and I have
observed that due to the added weight distribution near the bow that it
tends to be a wetter ride in rough seas. I have read a moderate amount
of negativity concerning Pro Line, however, to the contrary I have found
the corporate folks to be more than helpful and very attentive even for
folks who didn't purchase new vessels. My vessel is powered with a 200
XL Mercury Saltwater. Could someone tell me if the Mercury XL
outboard is a EFI or carburated engine? Thanks for all the input
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BigAl58
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Posted: August 05 2008 at 15:59 | IP Logged Quote BigAl58

Dirtdobber,

Not sure if that is EFI, but you can do a Goggle search based on the year and I'm sure you will get your question answered.

 

Also I think of you trimmed your engine based on sea conditions you won't have a problem with a wet ride. My Walk26 came with the Bennett trim tabs which also help with ride and leveling out for uneven weight distribution on my crew-family members.

 

Safe Seas to you & your's.

BigAl Tampa Bay    

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