small boat buying advice?

I believe people when they say a boat is a hole in the water you throw money into.

I’m looking for a SMALL fishing setup for my wife, who grew up on a lake up north and loves to fish.

Something simple like a 14 foot jon boat, with trailer, trolling motor, maybe a fish finder, and possibly a small gas motor.

What are the pitfalls to looking for a setup like this? What do I need to steer clear of and any general advice you may have.

I’d really like to keep it well under $2000.

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I need some advice on some stuff i saw at dicks can you help long question…?

I am looking for some cool things to get my fiance for fathers day(he’s the father of my child) I was thinking of a few things and was wondering if anyone has had any opinions on them…whether it’s a waste of money or not. First of all there’s a wireless fishfinder that goes on your wrist like a watch it’s like $60 and then they have scales and i was wondering which one would be better a digital or regular…and i was thinking about a pair of waders but i’m wondering if they’ll get in the way of his commando fishing styles(last time we were knee deep in mud fishing from the waterline…there’s not a doubt in my mind he’d dive in for a fish..lol)will they make you stick in the mud more like shoes do?and last but not least is a
seahawk400kit*over11ft, three air chamber design, includes oars, pump, oar holders and fish pole holder good (like worth $70)?
Hey Dj I said the stores name was Dicks not that i wanted opinions from Dicks. I didnt ask you to say anything about my child you piece

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