1988 2560 Bayliner Trophy



1988 2560 Bayliner Trophy GM 350 OEM Cobra Stern Drive. Nominal Length 25ft., Length Overall 27ft., Max Bridge Clearance 8ft., Beam 9.6ft. Fresh Water Tank 37gal. Fuel Tank 105gal, Holding Tank 13 gal. Instigator Aluminum Tandem Trailer. Costs $3,500.00 new and low mileage on tires. OMC King Cobra upper and lower units rebuilt 2005 and again in 2020 lake up including 4 bearings replacement in 2020.Long Block installed October 2020. Engine components replaced in 2020: Starter, 2 Bilge Pumps, Water Pump, Belts, Thermostat. Engine components replaced in 2022: New Carburetor, Plugs Coil Wires Tuneup Kit and fuel pump. Boat handles 8 comfortably and will sleep 6. Bottom repainted in 2000. Flybridge windshield has been removed due to cracks during transport. Included are Head, Refrigerator, Cooktop and Seating area has removable table, storage drawers and additional storage areas throughout. Has a Garmin GPS/Fishfinder. New transducer installed on transom and wires need to be connected to trophy bridge. Need to connect GPS Instrument to power and transducer connection on flybridge. I AM ONLY ACCEPTING WIRES AND CASH FOR PAYMENT.

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Fishing Report from TPWD (Mar. 22)

GOOD. Water stained; 65 degrees; 0.58 feet below pool. Striped bass are fair with the bite hit-or-miss. The bite can be tougher while the fish start to spawn. Fish in 15-30 feet of water on structure or out in open water with Alabama rigs or swimbaits. Report by John Blasingame, Adventure Texoma Outdoors. Striped bass are good on live bait drifting flats in 30-50 feet of water. A few warmer weeks and the stripers will go spawn. A lot of smaller fish on humps in 25-30 feet of water fishing live bait. Crappie are fair on brush in 8-10 feet of water fishing jigs but the minnow bite will turn on in the creeks soon. Catfish are slow anchoring with cut shad in 5-15 feet of water near the rivers. Warmer weather ahead will have them feeding before the spawn. Report by Jacob Orr Lake Texoma Guaranteed Guide Service.

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