Tracker 2009 Pro Crappie 175 Aluminum Fishing Boat

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Tracker 2009 Pro Crappie 175 Aluminum Fishing Boat

Post by Bob Fisher » Mon Jan 19, 2009 2:21 pm

Tracker 2009 Pro Crappie 175 Fishing Boat

"A good calm water, shallow water boat that looks like it would be ideal for lure fishing for Striped Bass in the sloughs of the Napa River and the Sacramento River Delta waterways. Lightweight and with a 60HP Four Stroke you could quickly take a run to another spot if need be. Looking at the very low deadrise at the transom it looks like a stable fishing platform for standing and casting. It would also double as a Bass, Crappie and Trout Boat for Lake Berryessa and for the lakes of the Sierra foothills..."

Out of all of the boats at this particular show, this is the one that appealed to me the most and looked like it would most suit my primary requirement (i.e. casting lures for Stripers in the shallow sloughs of the Napa River and the Sacramento River Delta)
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Post by wookie » Mon Jan 19, 2009 8:29 pm

Looks like they are finished well for a tinny. Be great for runoff fishing in the Territory if the sides were a little higher.

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Almost had one of those

Post by twmcdaniel » Thu Jan 22, 2009 12:53 am

That is nearly identical to the one I almost purchased when I bought the Tahoe Q6 Fish & Ski but Shaila wanted a boat she could wakeboard behind and hang out on during the weekend runs to the lake. I really liked the thought of the Tracker 175 for the lakes in Indiana.

That would be an ideal boat for one or two skilled fishermen to slinging swim baits or Rat L Traps at the big stripers in the sloughs. Makes me really miss being out there around you taking our fishing trips.

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Feeboard

Post by Islander » Thu Jan 22, 2009 6:23 am

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Lil More Freeboard could be handy maybe! :wink:

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Post by barra_on_fly » Thu Jan 29, 2009 6:32 am

Look at the PRICE!!!! :shock: :shock:
Lucky for you you don't have any snapping handbags.

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