Extras.Along with a trolling motor, the typical aluminum bass boat will come pre-rigged with a fish-finding sonar unit. If you want to upgrade from the basic sonar that’s factory-installed, your dealer can help you select a unit with increased fish locating capability. If you travel to various lakes you may also want to consider a GPS based chartplotter with built-in map software that will let you conveniently explore unfamiliar lakes and easily find everything from weedbeds to the best restaurants in the area. No need to carry a bunch of paper charts. And, if your boat’s console comes standard with just a fuel gauge and speedometer, your dealer can usually add additional matching instruments such as tachometer, voltmeter and trim indicator.
Construction. You want your investment to last for years to come, which is why savvy anglers prefer low-maintenance aluminum bass boats that have no wood, which can eventually rot. But all aluminum boats aren’t created equal when it comes to their hull structure. Lowe Boat’s limited lifetime warranty is among the best in the industry. Learn more about Lowe Boats superior construction here.
Overall, the best bass boat for you is the one from which you’ll actually enjoy fishing. It will get you to the spot comfortably and reliably, keep your gear organized and secure, keep your catch lively, and last for years with little to no maintenance required.
Finding the right boat. The Lowe Boats comparison tool is designed specifically to assist you in finding the appropriate boat for your requirements. Get over to a boat show (here’s our schedule) where your local Lowe Boats dealer, you’ll find a boat that doesn’t compromise either fishability or your budget.