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WaterAye


Joined: 11/12/2006
Posts: 948
Location: East Hampton NY
 posted 03/04/2013 08:27 AM  

Hey Guys, I'm gonna put my offshore gear on Craigs List and was wondering about the asking price. I'm offering 2 like new I50Ws and two that are lightly used, 2 gaffs, 1 harpoon, 1 tail gaff, 1 fighting harness, 2 side planers, 4 birds, 3 spreader bars, ~40 trolling lures (all good - no junk)and all the shark rigs hooks swivels....basically everything you need for offshore shark and tuna tackle. I'm thinking $3000 ???? Sound about right?



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MakoMike
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 posted 03/04/2013 08:44 AM  

Erik,
check the prices for completed auctions on e-bay to get a better idea.


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WaterAye


Joined: 11/12/2006
Posts: 948
Location: East Hampton NY
 posted 03/04/2013 10:08 AM  

Good suggestion, thanks Mike, I will do that. Funny I never even though of Ebay. Some people love it, I find it daunting to navigate.


fishhampton
 
mackerel mike

Joined: 04/05/2002
Posts: 188
Location: Sandy Hook
 posted 03/06/2013 07:33 AM  

Ebay

I'd Give Ebay a shot. I just sold a ton of gear on there. last big thing was a lott if 9 50's on rods. it was a ***** to ship, but ended up selling at $3050 take away Ebay's and Paypals fees, I netted about $2800. Alot better than dealing with all of the no shows and low ballers on Creaigslist
 
WaterAye


Joined: 11/12/2006
Posts: 948
Location: East Hampton NY
 posted 03/06/2013 08:12 AM  

Thanks for that. I can see it being a pain to ship but....

I would have rather had someone I know buy it, as it's a good deal, same w the boat. These are tough times for many. A buyers market in many respects.


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WaterAye


Joined: 11/12/2006
Posts: 948
Location: East Hampton NY
 posted 03/18/2013 08:11 AM  

I put it all on ebay w/ a minimum bid of $2,500. Thanks for the advise.


fishhampton
 
Restoman


Joined: 11/27/2012
Posts: 81
Location: Long Island, NY
 posted 03/18/2013 08:40 AM  

Be very careful with craigs. I know of at least two people that have had the gear stolen after showing it people from craigs list. if you post it there and someone would like to see your stuff my advise to you would be to meet them some place instead of having them come to your home. Good Luck with your sale.

BTW i have sold a fair amount of tackle on ebay without any problems. I also just sold some rods and reels here on this forum with good results.




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MakoMike
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Location: Pt. Judith
 posted 03/18/2013 09:58 AM  

Good luck with it Erik, hopefully you'll get a bidding war!


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DarthBaiter


Joined: 05/24/2003
Posts: 8923
Location: Trollin NE for a bite...
 posted 03/18/2013 10:01 AM  

WaterAye wrote:

I put it all on ebay w/ a minimum bid of $2,500. Thanks for the advise.


Put a link here. Bet some of us would like to take look at the auction. up


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fiercealliance


Joined: 02/04/2007
Posts: 1340
Location: Bay Shore
 posted 03/19/2013 06:14 PM  

send me a list we look for used gear all the time ...try selling it urself then see what happens .... good luck !

my e-mail is [email protected]


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WaterAye


Joined: 11/12/2006
Posts: 948
Location: East Hampton NY
 posted 03/22/2013 07:54 AM  

fishinmissiontackle wrote:

try selling it urself then see what happens


passive aggressive much?


fishhampton
 
ChopBuster

Joined: 09/27/2005
Posts: 284
Location: Sayville, NY
 posted 03/22/2013 02:13 PM  

I don't think passive aggressive. Fierce alliance was trying to buy your equipment.
Similar to the way i inquired about buying some of your gear and was denied. I'm sure many people would be interested but don't want to buy the whole package.
 
Sharktripper

Joined: 05/31/2011
Posts: 20
Location: Middle Island, NY
 posted 03/23/2013 06:58 PM  

Parted out, either here or on THT, it would have been gone already.
 
Steveo01111


Joined: 09/09/2011
Posts: 74
Location: Moriches NY
 posted 03/23/2013 08:21 PM  

if your willing to split some stuff up id like to come take a look


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