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Devlin Scaup for sale, Sold, pending deposit.

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Devlin Scaup for sale, Sold, pending deposit.
Sam Devlin Scaup 16' duck boat for sale. $3500, in southern Maine. Has 1987 Suzuki 25hp 2 stroke. Very stable and hull/glass in excellent condition. Coming need replacing. Hard top for storage is included as well as canvas blind and framing. Excellent two person boat.



























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Troy Fields: Jun 5, 2019, 8:58 AM
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Re: Devlin Scaup for sale In reply to
Hey Troy- I have this boat in a slightly different configuration- could you show me your blind set up?
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Hi John, I have never had the blind on it. As for what it is...The frame work comes straight up 18" or so from each corner, cross bars connecting the vertical supports, the canvas attaches (via snaps) to the top rails of the frame and then snaps to the gunnels of the boat. If you look closely at some of the pictures, you can see the snaps on the outside edge of the gunnels. I will search back in my photos, I may have something there of when the builder had it. We hunted the same waters, that is where I first saw the boat and how I came to purchase it.

Thanks Troy
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Here are some of the blind.

There was a blow unlike any I have seen since, that came up over the bay that day, hence the disheveled pick up of decoys/sleds.

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Thanks Troy. Looks good.
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Devlin Scaup rehomed! In reply to
Troy, nice meeting you this morning and sharing breakfast. Sorry you had to deal with the Mid-Atlantic congestion and traffic. The Scaup is tucked into her new shelter, and now the frustration of Virginia's bureaucracy begins trying as best I can to make her legal.

As you noted the hard cover is heavy, and will be the first thing to go! Maria and I struggled to move it very far. I won't leave it in the weather, so I don't need a new design in the short term.

Stay tuned for my "enhancements" in the seasons to come. This year it maybe just use as is and plan for next off-season changes. Will see how much time I have with everything else on the calendar.

Enjoy your vacation,

Dave Diefenderfer
Manassas, VA

"Once you set out to build a boat, throw away your square. And if you work on her after she's launched, throw away your level." author unknown