Folks looking for a new fishing boat for 2012 will find that manufacturers are making watercraft more afforable than in years past. If you want to spend $60,000 for a bass boat you can do it, but you also can buy one with a ton of punch for under $30,000.
If a nice aluminum fishing boat is all that’s needed most companies are making sweet 16-footers with all the bells and whistles a weekend angler needs for under $14,000. What are you waiting for?
Buying a boat has never been easier with several pre-package Competitors from Alumacraft. Several models fit nearly anyone’s budget and fishing style. All offer great storage for rods and ands gear as well as tournament-sized livewells. Minn-Kota trolling motors, Hummingbird graphs, and deluxe seats round out the value. Whether you want the 165 Tiller for small families or the giant 185 series for family AND friends, you’ll be right at home on small inland lakes or taking on Lake Erie rollers.