I'm Back with a new Boat!

So it's been a long time since I sold the Sea Boss and pretty much quit fishing except a few rare times I was able to make it out on some friends boats etc. Well, I finally got a great deal on a 2017 Pathfinder 2300 at Tuppen's. I had Birdsall fabricate and install a killer T-top and some custom rod holders. 
I love the new boat! The I-Pilot trolling motor is a game changer! Run & gun is a whole new game same with bottom fishing. When I find what I like I drop the trolling motor and cut the engine till it's time to move on. The spot lock works pretty **** good considering the current I've been fishing in. It holds strong and effortlessly. 
I've been doing a ton of fishing the past month or so. Here are some pics to spice up the report. 
Enjoy & keep those lines tight guys!


BUDA

The T-top has a triple color spreader light along with a LED head light that lights up the Loxahatchee like a airport runway!

The under water light really attracts bait off shore and while fishing the lights


Spot lock does the job!
The Peanuts are getting a little bigger, thank the lord!
I don't normally eat them raw like that but it was pretty good. That little guy hit a whole sardine!


Under gunnel lights, console lights, compartment lights, IDK where else you can ad lights...The 250 V-Max is great motor, very easy on gas and fast!
I love some fried fish and hush puppies!
Ceviche for breakfast everyday this week!
That Triple tail is so **** goooooood! Panko blackened is my new crave!
Jonathan Mullarkey's
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  • footanklegfootankleg Posts: 511 Officer
    Sweet rig. Congrats. 
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  • Flight RiskFlight Risk Posts: 2,396 Captain
    edited July 9 #3
    Congrats Jonathan!  Great looking rig, glad to see you back on the water, and this forum again'
    Looking forward to upcoming reports

    Pura Vida!
  • SnookMan772SnookMan772 Posts: 652 Officer
    Great looking rig! Welcome to the MBG family!!!
  • slyshonslyshon Posts: 72 Greenhorn
    The 23HPS is a great boat, thank you for your business and enjoy the boat!

    Skip
  • Captain DaveCaptain Dave Posts: 3,379 Captain
    Very nice.  Best of luck with her!
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  • avmechavmech Posts: 1,263 Officer
    Most awesome rig!  May she serve you well........
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  • GarysmoGarysmo Posts: 348 Deckhand
    Nice boat, congrats.....I love the picture of the little fin
  • Reel MullarkeyReel Mullarkey Posts: 1,815 Captain
    Thanks Guys! I'm looking forward to posting a lot more. 

    On another note, I'm impressed with the improvements on the forum. It's changed a lot! I love the fact that we can "like" posts now! I really appreciate the warm welcome back!


    Jonathan Mullarkey's
    SUPERCLEAN SERVICES
    Professional cleaning and restoration since 1999
    CARPETS - UPHOLSTERY - TILE - GROUT - MARBLE - TERRAZZO

    CLEAN - POLISH - SEAL - RESTORE - PROTECT
    561-891-1236
    www.steamcleanjupiter.com
  • andrewthe1andrewthe1 Posts: 568 Officer
    great post looks like a fishing machine very versatile!
    we need more internet money
  • Fireman BillFireman Bill Posts: 544 Officer
    Good looking boat.

    Fireman Bill
  • No LimitsNo Limits Posts: 112 Deckhand
    Great boat.  Nice catching.     What Garmin and transducer are you using. 
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  • Reel MullarkeyReel Mullarkey Posts: 1,815 Captain
    No Limits said:
    Great boat.  Nice catching.     What Garmin and transducer are you using. 
    I can't remember the model number of the GPS or transducers but here's a better photo of the Garmin. The step hull requires dual transducers. It reads bottom pretty good up to 35-40 mph. I've had decent bottom reading all the way out to 1800' but only at drift speed.

    Jonathan Mullarkey's
    SUPERCLEAN SERVICES
    Professional cleaning and restoration since 1999
    CARPETS - UPHOLSTERY - TILE - GROUT - MARBLE - TERRAZZO

    CLEAN - POLISH - SEAL - RESTORE - PROTECT
    561-891-1236
    www.steamcleanjupiter.com
  • ShoelessShoeless Posts: 2,092 Captain
    That’s an awesome looking boat and you got the fish to boot.  Nicely done!!!!
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  • Reel MullarkeyReel Mullarkey Posts: 1,815 Captain
    Shoeless said:
    That’s an awesome looking boat and you got the fish to boot.  Nicely done!!!!
    Thanks Shoeless! I was just watching your Bahamas video. We got my first Blue Marlin on the fourth of July. The plan was to run over to the Bahamas on my brother in laws Sea Vee but we got cut off by a nasty lightning storm and decided to blind troll around it. We said a little prayer and 2 minutes later we were fighting a Marlin! Our fish was a little smaller than yours but we had it on light tackle! 
    The fish spit the hook in my face as soon as we touched the leader so I didn't get a good pic of the fish. 


    For some reason I can't post the other pics of me fighting the fish. It was still awesome! 

    I'm considering running the Pathfinder to West End if I can find a buddy boat and a couple sure thing calm days. Let me know if anyone wants to head over there together.
    Jonathan Mullarkey's
    SUPERCLEAN SERVICES
    Professional cleaning and restoration since 1999
    CARPETS - UPHOLSTERY - TILE - GROUT - MARBLE - TERRAZZO

    CLEAN - POLISH - SEAL - RESTORE - PROTECT
    561-891-1236
    www.steamcleanjupiter.com

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