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Who manufactured my fish master boat serial number MJIY5874F303

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MJI,/,GODFREY MARINE,DYNASTY BOATS INC,MIDSOUTH FIBERGLASS INC,,,ERDMAN,BILL,5745228381,4500 MIDDLEBURY STREET,ELKHART,IN,46516,09,CHI,11,11,12,NAUTIC GLOBAL GROUP,GDY,4/19/1984,6/29/2011,,6/30/2011,"CURRENT INFO AS OF 890731 UPDATED TO MSO PAD FROM MOB 911218. 941024 VERIFIED THAT VINEMONT AL IN PADUCAHS ZONE PER PHONE CALL TO MSO PAD. 950920 CHANGED POC WAS HAROLD CLAYTON. DYNASTY WAS ACQUIRED BY GODFREY IN 1989 AND MARKETS THEIR BOATS UNDER THE BRAND NAME 'POLAR' 091409: MJI PARENT COMPANY NOW NAUTIC GLOBAL GROUP, 4500 MIDDLEBURY ST, ELKHART, IN 46516. 062911 (RDH) POC, BILL ERDMAN, STATED NAUTIC GLOBAL GROUP NO LONGER BUILDS BOATS USING MIC (MJI)--THEREFORE REQUESTED DEACTIVATION OF MJI. MIC PLACED OOB. MKB",B,,"FACTORY: 300 W. CHICAGO AVE, SYRACUSE, IN 46567",NULL,,2567394185,WWW.POLARBOATS.COM,, http://www.uscgboating.org/content/manufacturers-identification.php

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A timber boat is high maintenance. Trust me, I've had quite a few. You're always sanding timber, varnishing timber, repairing timber and lots more. Now if you're happy to be doing that then that's great, but recognize that's the price you pay for a great looking timber fishing boat. And a timber boat is often heavy, and will not last well, particularly if you aren't as diligent with your maintenance as you could be. And they puncture easily when you hit something, as I did last week. But if you're not an enthusiast for working on boats then timber isn't your best choice. What you want in a fishing boat is this. It needs to be tough. It needs to be low maintenance. It needs to be puncture resistant. It needs to last forever without spending hours working on it. It needs to be easily repairable. And it needs to be cost effective. For me the best choice fishing boat is an aluminum fishing boat. Aluminum has properties which make it the perfect material for building fishing boats. It is very light and strong for it's weight, and can be easily welded, so is ideal for both building and repairing. It is extremely long lasting, and is very resistant to puncture. Now of course that doesn't mean it can't be damaged, as it can. But you need to hit it pretty hard to do some serious damage. And if you did that to a timber or fiberglass boat it will be very seriously damaged. And an aluminum boat may just dent, rather than fracture, so you can head right back home with nothing more to show than a dent, instead of possibly be the subject of a rescue from a sinking boat. And it lasts forever if treated right. If you get a great aluminum fishing boat and treat it well you may well find yourself leaving it to your kids. Because aluminum boats are light for their strength they often need a smaller engine, and the engine is probably the highest cost item. A smaller engine costs less, and uses less fuel. And with a smaller engine they are also lighter and easier to handle. And they require little maintenance. Make sure you hose your boat down after a day out, especially in saltwater, and if you drop a lead sinker make sure you pick it up, as it's not great to leave any other metal in contact with aluminum, otherwise you don't need to do too much maintenance at all. More fishing time. And because aluminum boats last so well they also retain their resale value well. I bought a used aluminum fishing boat 2 years ago and it is currently worth a little more than I paid for it. So there's plenty of good reasons to buy an aluminum fishing boat. Unfortunately they aren't cheap if you want to buy a new boat, but for the same reasons I've mentioned above, it's way better to buy a used aluminum boat, as a used boat is usually much cheaper than a new one, and retains it value well. I would never buy a new aluminum boat. So grab yourself a great used aluminum fishing boat and get fishing this summer, it's the best way to get on the water.

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Hi, the only reference I can find is where Richland started manufacturing for Sears in the 50's. This link for a forum could be usefull: http://www.pontoonforums.com/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=2545&view=next
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I'm sorry but I believe you have this posted in the wrong product category? Please re-post the question in the proper category if this is the case, otherwise you have my apologies. This is the car and truck problem category



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