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2014 MB Sports F22 Tomcat



This boat is a one of a kind F22 MB Sports boat. Pickle fork with the 5.7 Raptor Indmar Motor. Collapsible tower to fit in smaller garages. With 178 hours, it has been minimally used and kept in dry storage. Inboard V-Drive. Paint, seats, and all areas of this boat are immaculant. In the summer, I have it detailed every month and washed every time it is taken out. Winter time it has the cover on it in storage. Brand new prop shaft installed. Carpet shampooed when detailed along with 2 coats of wax. Spent more time detailing it than using it. Just had the 160 hour maintenance done. Tons of storage in the boat as well. Built in cooler under seat, cruise control. Comes with life jackets, boat cover, custom built carry on cooler, and floatation ring. 1000lb fat sack, two ballasts in the back, and a 1000lb fat sack create a huge surf wave. You must see to believe! Priced to sell quick! Faults: -small burn spot on the sea deck materail in the back sitting ledge -two bumps on the aluminum bumper on the outer edge of the boat -Scratch on one trailer wheel Additions: -2 additional tower speakers (4 tower speakers, subwoofer, with two amplifiers, inner speakers, all wetsounds) -Color changing LED's under bimini top with controller -1000 lb fat sack with pump Email with questions, additional pictures, or a water test.

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Lake Texoma Water Level (last 30 days)

Water Level on 2/15: 616.05 (-0.95)

Lake Texoma Fishing Report from TPWD (Feb. 13)

Water stained to muddy; 45–49 degrees; 1.24’ low. Black bass are fair on umbrella rigs, shakeyhead worms and spinnerbaits. Crappie are good on minnows. Striped bass are good on slabs. Catfish are good on trotlines.