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Bass Tracker Boat Specifications

by Robert Morgan

The Bass Tracker bass boats are available in six basic configurations. The modified "V" hull boat, with its fully welded hull, provides a super smooth ride in each configuration. The hull is a one-piece design with a sharp V up front that tapers off to a flatter design in the rear. Each boat is available in a "turn-key" version so that all that is needed is water under the boat. The custom-matched boat trailer is designed specifically for the boat for easy launching and loading.

Panfish 16

The Panfish 16 measures 16 feet 2 inches front to rear. The bottom width is 48 inches, and the boat has an overall package of 5 feet 11 inches, a 70-inch beam and transom height of 21 inches. The maximum recommended horsepower engine for this configuration is the 30 hp, and the boat has a built-in 9-gallon fuel tank. This dresses the boat out at an approximate wet weight of 766 pounds with a package weight of 1,757 pounds, allowing 880 pounds maximum weight capacity and a maximum four-person weight of 562 pounds.

Pro 165

The Pro 165 length measures 16 feet 2 inches front to rear with a bottom measurement of 54 inches. The overall package is 6 feet 9 inches long, and the boat has a 77-inch beam and transom height of 22 inches. The maximum recommended horsepower engine for this configuration is the 40 hp, and the boat has a built-in 9-gallon fuel tank. This dresses the boat out at an approximate wet weight of 745 pounds, with a package weight of 1,380 pounds allowing 875 pounds maximum weight capacity and a maximum four-person weight of 555 pounds.

Pro Angler 16

The Pro Angler 16 length measures 16 feet 2 inches front to rear with a bottom measurement of 48 inches. The overall package is 5 feet 11 inches, and the boat has a 70-inch beam and transom height of 21 inches. The maximum recommended horsepower engine for this configuration is the 30 hp, and the boat has a built-in 6-gallon fuel tank. This dresses the boat out at an approximate wet weight of 675 pounds, with a package weight of 1,195 pounds allowing 855 pounds maximum weight capacity and maximum three-person weight of 435 pounds.

Pro Team 175 TF

The Pro Team 175 TF length measures 17 feet 7 inches front to rear with a bottom measurement of 60 inches. The overall package is 7 feet 5 inches with an 89-inch beam and transom height of 22 inches. The maximum recommended horsepower engine for this configuration is the 75 hp, and the boat has a built-in 12-gallon fuel tank. This dresses the boat out at an approximate wet weight of 1,049 pounds, with a package weight of 1,825 pounds. This allows a 1,090 pounds maximum weight capacity and maximum four-person weight of 575 pounds.

Pro Team 175 TXW

The Pro Team 175 TWX length measures 17 feet 7 inches front to rear with a bottom measurement of 60 inches. The overall package is 7 feet 5 inches long with an 89-inch beam and transom height of 22 inches. The maximum recommended horsepower engine for this configuration is the 75 hp, and the boat has a built-in 20-gallon fuel tank. This dresses the boat out at an approximate wet weight of 993 pounds, with a package weight of 1,757 pounds, allowing 1,050 pounds maximum weight capacity and maximum four-person weight of 560 pounds.

Pro Team 190 TX

The Pro Team 190 TX length measures 18 feet 7 inches front to rear with a bottom measurement of 60 inches. The overall package is 7 feet 5 inches and the boat has an 89-inch beam and transom height of 22 inches. The maximum recommended horsepower engine for this configuration is the 135 hp, and the boat has a built in 20-gallon fuel tank. This dresses the boat out at an approximate wet weight of 1,041 pounds, with a package weight of 2,030 pounds allowing 1,500 pounds maximum weight capacity and maximum four-person weight of 760 pounds.

About the Author

Robert Morgan began writing in 1969, providing and editing intelligence briefs while in the military. He has written manuals for Southern Illinois University and spent 22 years with Michelin Tire Research and Development Corp., writing technical and procedural manuals and developing the PPAP Quality Manual. He received a Bachelor of Business Administration in economics, with graduate studies in marketing, from Augusta College.

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