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Bass Hunter Boats Bass Hunter Boats

Take one of these portable two-man fishing boats out on overlooked and out-of-the-way ponds so you can enjoy incredible fishing and solitude that is becoming harder to find every day. Both are motor capable enabling you to explore all of the fishy-looking spots that small, tucked-away waters provide.Available: The Best Value Bass Hunter's foam-filled, twin-pontoon design produces amazing stability in a portable boat that needs only a few inches of water to float. Adjustable front and back swivel seats have aluminum frames and remove easily for transportation. The durable, high-impact ABS hull contains ultraviolet-light inhibitors, ensuring it will stand up to years of abuse from the sun. Each side has deep storage trays for fishing rods, tackle and other gear. Capacity: 500 lbs.Max hp rating: 2 hp.Width: 48".Length: 96".Weight: 85 lbs.Touting plenty of room for two anglers to hit those hidden locations that receive very little fishing pressure, the 9-1/2-ft. Stalker weighs in at only 100 lbs. for easy two-man carry. Foam-filled, twin-pontoon ABS construction adds extreme stability and boasts ultra-high flotation to sneak into water less than a foot deep. Rigged with a motor mount at both the bow and transom and full-length tackle and rod-storage trays to keep your gear at the ready. Durable swivel seats with aluminum pedestals remove quickly and easily. Capacity: 550 lbs.Max hp rating: 5 hp.Width: 48".Length: 114".Weight: 100 lbs.
Overall Customer Rating:
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7 out of 7(100%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Bass Hunter Boats
Review 1 for Bass Hunter Boats
Overall Customer Rating: 
4 out of 5
4 out of 5
Location: NJ
Age: 46-55
Gender: Male
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

Basshunter 8 foot

Date:August 16, 2010
Nice little boat. Light enough not to be a hassle launching or carrying to the ramp. Very stable. You can also hook up your trolling motor bow or stern, I prefer bow. Me and my son are not large people, so take that into account. The only thing I would like to see are a couple of cleats on each side, other than that I am happy I bought the boat.
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Review 2 for Bass Hunter Boats
Overall Customer Rating: 
4 out of 5
4 out of 5
Location: valdosta Ga
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

fun little boat

Date:July 22, 2008
i got bored and put a 9.9 motor on one of these! it about sunk but it flew!!!!
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Review 3 for Bass Hunter Boats
Overall Customer Rating: 
4 out of 5
4 out of 5
Location: Nashville, NC
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

Worth the money, but not the final answer

Date:April 28, 2008
This boat is great for some use, but does not have durable staying power for years of hard use. Mine starting cracking after two years and I spent time and money glue patching it for two more years and found liquid nails works best to deal with cracks. You will get your money's worth out of it and I caught more big bass in one of those than I have in a 19 foot boat I own.
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Review 4 for Bass Hunter Boats
Overall Customer Rating: 
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
Location: Michigan
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

Happy with my purchase.

Date:May 7, 2010
I bought this boat to fish the many small inland lakes that populate my area in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. I've only used this a couple of times and I am happy with it. It is stable on the water and roomy enough my me and my gear. I am 5-10, 195 pounds. I have the 8-foot long model, but haven't used it yet with a second person, so I'm not sure how it will feel with two people. I did make one blunder. Once to shore I inadvertantly stepped on the back corner edge and the boat and nearly spilled myself into the water. Just be careful not to make the same blunder. I found the seats to be comfortable. They swivel easily. It's light enough for me to move from my vehicle to the lake. I did add two eye hooks to the front and attached a rope to make pulling it easier. All in all, happy so far. More importantly, I feel I'm not in danger while using it.
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Review 5 for Bass Hunter Boats
Overall Customer Rating: 
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
Location: Georgia
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

Bass Hunter Boats

Date:April 22, 2008
I've used a Bass Hunter boat for over ten years, and I can't think of a better boat for shallow water like ponds, lakes, and small rivers. I can load and unload my 9'6" model alone from the back of my pickup, and it's much more stable on the water than an aluminum boat of larger size. Accomodates two anglers comfortably with ample room -- even when flyfishing! I use a trolling motor for power, but the squarish bow makes it ideal to sit in front and scull with a paddle with one hand while flycasting along a shoreline with the other. Only drawback is that its plastic composite construction makes it susceptible to abrasion and impacts, so be careful around concrete and rocks. You can buy a fiberglass mending kit that will fix any minor damage. Otherwise it's plenty rugged. I built a sort of platform/carraige for the boat to sit on in the back of my pickup - makes it ride better and you can stash stuff in the space underneath. My boat has lasted over ten years, and I'm buying another. I think it's a good product and a good value.
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Review 6 for Bass Hunter Boats
Overall Customer Rating: 
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
Location: Chicago
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

I Love My Boat

Date:May 11, 2007
This boat has given me some great years of fishing. My father got one of these boats in the mid 80's and I am still using it today. Local lakes only permit 10 hp or electric only and this boat is amazing for these specific lakes. This boat takes me all over most lakes with very litle problems. Very sturdy and incredibly portable. Whether I am fishing alone or with a friend, I can take this boat anywhere easily. For the price, this boat is definetly worth it.
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Review 7 for Bass Hunter Boats
Overall Customer Rating: 
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
Location: Central Ohio
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

Great Product!!

Date:March 3, 2007
Yes ,i used to have an older version of the "Best Value"
Bass Hunter. The 4x8' hull fit perfectly in the back of my truck
even with the trolling motor attached!! And another great
thing about this lightweight boat is that i could load and un-
load it myself with no problem and fish anywhere that i
wanted to go..
Talk about drawing no water!!! With just myself,
my gear, trolling motor/battery,cooler :0), i could go
just about anywhere and not worry if the water was deep
enough, just raise your motor a bit and keep fishing.
So if your pocket is not deep enough for one of the bigger
bass boats on the market, i highly recomend looking into one
of these bass hunters......
Go out and have fun this season and catch a big-un!!! LOL
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