Found this 1990 19' Cajun w/ 1990 Yamaha 200, 67lb TM, and trailer for a steal. Had her out on the water and she runs great. Going to rewire, recarpet, rekey all locks on compartments and live wells, fix live well pickups and drains, remount bilge pump to lower spot, upgrade electronics, remove duplicate and redundant gauges, and hopefully upgrade to hydraulic steering. Loving every minute and dollar spent on her.
Here's mine. It's a 93 and so far I've converted to hydraulic steering, upgraded the trolling motor, rewired the trailer and boat, swapped most of the trailer accessories out, and a few other odds and ends. Still have a few more things I'd like to do but that'll wait until the winter.
With a 2.5 liter 200HP merc. It was an 18' 6" boat with a rating up to 185hp (which no one makes). My dad was the second owner of the boat and it had a 200hp Yamaha then. With the Yamaha it would run 67 mph and felt very solid on the water. The Yamaha blew in 2000 and I went with the 200hp Merc and four blade prop. It would run 70-71mph but required a great deal of driving because it was very light on the water. Great boat that gave me a lot of good fishing memories.
I can't claim to be a current Cajun owner but I did have this one for about 10 years. Great boat with a lot of features that even new one's don't have. It was a 1984 Ricky Green "Fishing Machine". It was sad to see her go to a differnet owner but I hope she is still seeing plenty of time on the water. 85 Cajun #2.jpg85 Cajun #3.jpg85 Cajun #4.jpg85 Cajun #5.jpg 85 Cajun #6.jpg
Last edited by DJ from MN; 02-11-2014 at 10:09 AM.