Sunday, January 6, 2019

Introducing the new 2019 BASS TRACKER CLASSIC w/ Mercury 50HP 4Stroke & Custom Trailer $16,775

 2019 BASS TRACKER® Classic
 
 
Check out the BASS TRACKER® Classic 16' 8" aluminum Bass Fishing boat and pre-order yours today!

Backed by the TRACKER® Promise—the best factory warranty in aluminum boats

Lowrance® HOOK-3x color fishfinder w/transducer
Minn Kota® Edge 12V, 45-lb. (20.4 kg) thrust, 45" (1.1 m) shaft, foot-control trolling motor
Mill-finish, rugged, all-welded, 1-piece aluminum hull w/pressed-in strakes & chines for structural strength & handling
Bow & aft pedestal seat base locations w/2 folding fishing seats
Driver & passenger seats w/storage below
1-piece rotomolded console w/9-gal. (34 L) aerated livewell molded into front of console, sport steering wheel, tinted windscreen, drink holder & 12V outlet
Elevated bow & aft casting decks w/storage below bow deck
Port side-cockpit rod holders w/organizer for 4 rods to 7' (2.1 m)
Factory rigged w/a Mercury® outboard, Minn Kota® trolling motor, Lowrance® fishfinder & custom-matched trailer powder-coated w/GALVASHIELD® Impact corrosion & chip protection

The 2019 BASS TRACKER® Classic is a look back to the good ol’ days of fishing, in a thoroughly modern, ultra-durable, all-welded boat that’s rigged and ready to go from the dealer to the lake. And at a price this unbelievable, they aren’t going to last long, so get yours while you can!

A 50HP Mercury® FourStroke outboard leads the list of features, followed by a Minn Kota® trolling motor, Lowrance® fishfinder and a custom-matched trailer. And like every TRACKER®, it’s backed by the best warranty in aluminum boats—the TRACKER Promise.


Specifications

Length: 16' 8''
Beam: 6' 5''
Bottom width: 4' 6''
Max. recommended HP: 50 HP
Fuel capacity (portable): 6 gal.
Max. person capacity: 3 persons
Max. person weight: 555 lbs.
Max. person, motor & gear weight: 1025 lbs.
Interior depth: 15"
Transom height: 22.5"
Deadrise at bow: 13 degrees
Deadrise at transom: 6 degrees
Hull material: 0.100 5052 marine alloy
Average dry weight: 780 lbs.
Average package weight: 1704 lbs.
Package height: 6'
Package width: 6' 8''
Towing length: 22' 6''
Storage length (w/outboard trimmed down): 20' 1''

Visit the Tracker Boats website at https://www.trackerboats.com/boat/?boat=4883 for more photos and information about the new 2019 Bass Tracker Classic 16' 8" aluminum Bass Fishing boat.

THE WORLD'S BEST FISHING BOAT VALUE
$16,775 CDN
+ HST & $ 75 Registration

Contact Bob at the Tracker Boat Center (905) 761-3980

2019 Toronto International Boat Show

https://www.torontoboatshow.com/
Visit our booth # 1421 at the 2019 Toronto International Boat Show January 18 to 27.
For more information about the Toronto International Boat Show please visit their website at https://www.torontoboatshow.com/

OR


Visit us at Toronto's Other Boat Show ...


Year-Round Free Parking and Free Admission at the Tracker Boat Center in Vaughan Ontario (GTA) Our showroom is located in the Bass Pro Shop, Vaughan Mills Mall.


We have a Huge Inventory of Tracker Aluminum Fishing Boats, Nitro Fiberglass Performance Fishing Boats, Tahoe Family sport Boats, Sun Tracker Pontoon Boats and Regency Luxury Pontoon Boats.

We are open 7 days a week. 10AM to 9PM Monday through Friday, 9AM to 9PM Saturday and 10AM to 7PM Sunday.


See you on the water!


Saturday, February 25, 2017

Introducing The New MAKO 414CC Offshore Sport Fishing Boat


Specifications
Length     41'
Beam     11' 11''
Bottom width     10' 6.75''
Max. recommended HP     1675 HP
Fuel capacity     566 gal.
Interior depth     37"
Transom height at center line     34"
Deadrise     24 degrees
Draft     24"
Dry weight Standard     16840 lbs.
Dry weight Bluewater Family Edition     17540 lbs.
Approx. hull weight     15000 lbs.
Approx. package weight     23000 lbs.
Package height w/hardtop     13' 4''
Storage length     46'


Features:
Standard:
41’ long, 11’ 11” beam, maximum 1,675 horsepower
Walk-down head w/folding bunk, freshwater shower, sink & storage
CZone™ digital switching w/comprehensive electrical-monitoring system
Available w/SharkTooth remote monitoring app for iOS & Android
Traditional throttles plus Mercury® JPO (Joystick Piloting for Outboards)
Oversized, cushioned bow lounge w/275-qt. insulated, drained cooler
24° deadrise hull w/24” set-back transom & automatic custom trim tabs
Electroplated Sea Chest houses submerged bilge & baitwell-fill pumps for long life
Aft port tuna/dive/boarding door w/stowable, telescoping dive ladder
Backed by the MAKO® Assurance—the best factory warranty in the business

Bluewater Family Edition:
Two 17” HD Garmin® GPSMAP® 8617 MFD chartplotter/sonar combos
Port & starboard bow seating w/stowable backrests & 59-qt. gel-coated storage beneath
Removable cushioned bow filler doubles as a raised table (stowable in bow compartment)
Deluxe hardtop w/6’ SureShade automatic deploy/retract aft deck shade
Iris NightRunner infrared camera on forward hardtop w/helm control pad
Blue LED underwater lighting & FUSION stereo w/8 speakers
Tempered safety glass windscreen
On-demand hot water heater & electric head w/overboard drainage

The MAKO® 414 CC is the largest, most powerful and most comfortable boat in the 50-year history of MAKO. With beautiful fit and finish, premium fishing features and state-of-the-art technology, the 414 CC is ready to safely take you and your crew to the horizon and back for an unparalleled family adventure or the fishing trip of a lifetime.

Visit the MAKO WEBSITE for more information or contact ...
Bob
(905) 761-3980

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Friday, February 3, 2017

It’s Time to Quit These 10 Bad Ice-Fishing Habits

Read Full Article (Click Here)
Brian “Bro” Brosdahl of Max, Minnesota spends most winter days ice fishing. With decades of hard-water guiding experience under his belt - or should we say Frabill bibs - Bro has seen it all. While known for creating innovative gear and jigging presentations, Brosdahl says one of the easiest ways anglers can have more enjoyable and fish-filled ice outings is to stop making common mistakes. Here are 10 bad ice-fishing habits to shut-down this season.

1. No Self-Rescue Options
“I meet so many people on the ice that don’t have ice safety picks, or they’re not wearing them in a place where they can get them if they need to self rescue,” Brosdahl said ... Read Full Article



Stay safe!