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I’m looking for a trailer for a Jon boat.  The Jon boat is about 3’9”x11’9” 

 

I am on the north shore and would like to purchase it in April and be using it in May.

 

I am thinking I will go new, rather than used, because I plan on using it for a long time. 

 

I have never had a trailer in Massachusetts and haven’t had one for 20 years plus.  

I’d like to get one small enough that I can move with a trailer dolly.

 

any recommendations on where to buy one or what to get?  

 

 

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On 3/31/2024 at 10:21 AM, Massfish said:

I’m looking for a trailer for a Jon boat.  The Jon boat is about 3’9”x11’9” 

 

I am on the north shore and would like to purchase it in April and be using it in May.

 

I am thinking I will go new, rather than used, because I plan on using it for a long time. 

 

I have never had a trailer in Massachusetts and haven’t had one for 20 years plus.  

I’d like to get one small enough that I can move with a trailer dolly.

 

any recommendations on where to buy one or what to get?  

 

 

Might be far but Northeast Marine in Oxford might be worth a call...

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On 3/31/2024 at 10:21 AM, Massfish said:

I’m looking for a trailer for a Jon boat.  The Jon boat is about 3’9”x11’9” 

 

I am on the north shore and would like to purchase it in April and be using it in May.

 

I am thinking I will go new, rather than used, because I plan on using it for a long time. 

 

I have never had a trailer in Massachusetts and haven’t had one for 20 years plus.  

I’d like to get one small enough that I can move with a trailer dolly.

 

any recommendations on where to buy one or what to get?  

 

 

This small trailer was in the yard this morning,  there are places on north shore 

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I have a trailer for my 16' Fisher.....you can easily move it around w/ a fully loaded boat by hand as long as you're on flat pavement.  So, an 11' boat + trailer, you can easily move around no problem - no need for a trailer dolly.

 

Also, if it's a light, flat-bottomed boat....you might consider a bed extender + truck.  So much easier than a trailer.  Parking is easier.  Nothing to register or break or get flat.

 

I have both a boat + trailer.....and jon boat + bed extender....and I end up fishing w/ the jon boat (coleman crawdad) more often.  :D

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On 3/31/2024 at 10:21 AM, Massfish said:

I’m looking for a trailer for a Jon boat.  The Jon boat is about 3’9”x11’9” 

 

I am on the north shore and would like to purchase it in April and be using it in May.

 

I am thinking I will go new, rather than used, because I plan on using it for a long time. 

 

I have never had a trailer in Massachusetts and haven’t had one for 20 years plus.  

I’d like to get one small enough that I can move with a trailer dolly.

 

any recommendations on where to buy one or what to get?  

 

 

Pike Marine 

80 main Street 

Essex MA...

troll #122  <*)))<

 

 

 

 

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