2013 Yellowfin 24 Bay Seminole, FL
Posted on August 16, 2016 / 708
2013 Yellowfin 24 Bay
Price : $81,999
Listing Type : Freshwater FishingPower
Builder | Manufacturer : Yellowfin
Condition : Used
Year : 2013
Length : 25ft
Model : 24 Bay
Hull Material : Fiberglass
Fuel Type : Gas
Engine/s : Single Outboard
Engine Make : Yamaha
Engine Model : 4 stroke
LOA : 25'
Max Draft : 1.2 Ft.
Displacement : 3050
Hull Type/Shape : Deep Vee
2013 Yellowfin 24 Bay This boat is not located at the lot! Please call to schedule a showing!UNDER WARRANTY UNTIL MARCH 2019!!!!!!!Yellowfin 24 Boat Review: More Bait, More Casts, More Fish We spent a day casting for snook, grouper, and tarpon aboard a Yellowfin 24 bay boat to bring you this boat review, and it was an eye-opening experience.Yellowfin is best known for building brawny offshore fishing machines, like the Yellowfin 36 center console. But they also build inshore fish-killers, and recently I had the chance to spend a day on one while prowling around the Florida Keys in search of productive fishing grounds. Productive, indeed—the 24 proved without a doubt that this builder knows how to design inshore bay boats as well as their offshore models, with two imperatives in mind: getting to those hotspots really, really fast, and then catching the heck out of the fish.First, let’s talk about the “fast” part. Our boat was rigged with a 300-hp Mercury Verado,THIS BOAT HAS A 300HP YAMAHA and we ripped across the bay at speeds in excess of 60-mph. When you’re passing the cars driving down the Overseas Highway, you know you’re making good time. You’d expect so, too, when you think about the fact that this is a 3,000 pound, 24’ 10” long boat with 300 horsepower on the transom. What you might not expect, however, is how fuel efficient it is. At a mellow 30-mph cruise the Yellowfin gets over four and a half miles to the gallon, and even at wide-open throttle, better than two miles to the gallon. Of course, when you’re on a boat like this it’s hard to be mellow – throwing down the throttle is so much more fun. Specifications Length 24’11” Beam 8’6″ Draft 1’2″ Deadrise 15 degrees Displacement 3,050 lbs Fuel capacity 72 gal. Now let’s get to the fish-catching part. The 24 comes with console rodracks, a pair of livewells, gobs of stowage in the foredeck, an eight-foot Power Pole, and a hydraulic jack plate. Our test boat also had a mini-tower with an upper station integrated into the top. Is it worth getting an upper station on a boat this small? You bet—standing at deck level I didn’t see a thing as we idled along a certain pair of bridge pilings the captain liked, but when I climbed up top and looked down with the height advantage, I easily spotted a brace of tarpon milling around in the current. Want to see how big a difference it makes for yourself? Just watch this short video, which gives you views from both the tower and deck level. (And don’t forget to hold on!)My favorite fishing feature, however, is the gigantic foredeck. Yes, 24’ is pretty big for a bay boat, but even so the casting deck seems huge. We had one guy working the trolling motor while two anglers casted from that deck, and there was still plenty of elbow room. If you like taking several friends alo

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