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Tracker Fishing boats For Sale by owner | 2020 Sun Tracker Fishin' Barge 22 DLX

 

Used Fishing boat for sale by owner
Location: St Petersburg, FL
Remarks: This beautiful boat has less than 50 hours on the engine and was taken out only a handful of times for pleasure cruising and relaxing days on the water. Unfortunately life happens ... (read more)

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2022 Tracker Pro 170 in Lake Charles, LA

23,988.00 USD

Tracker Fishing boats For Sale by owner | 2022 Tracker Pro 170

 

Used Fishing boat for sale by owner
Location: Lake Charles, LA
Remarks: 4 hours on the motor

Tracker Fishing boats For Sale by owner | 2021 20 foot Tracker Grizzly

 

Used Fishing boat for sale by owner
Location: Rockingham, NC
Remarks: 2021 Grizzy 1860 CC ALL WELD Tracker. 2020 60 HP Motor. Motor is a different year because at time of purchase, 2021 motor had not been released yet. 19.5 feet long. Less than 60 ho... (read more)

Tracker Fishing boats For Sale by owner | 2021 Tracker Bass Tracker 16 XL

 

Used Fishing boat for sale by owner
Location: Las Vegas, NV
Remarks: This boat is in excellent condition and has less then 10 hours total run time. It has been garage kept. Equipped with: *Bass Pro installed dual battery charging system, canop... (read more)

Tracker Fishing boats For Sale by owner | 2003 Tracker PT185 silver anniversary

 

Used Fishing boat for sale by owner
Location: n/a
Remarks: Fully re-built Tracker with new seats, new carpeting, new troll motor, new depth finders, re-built engine with 2 hrs on it since the re-build.

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2005 Tracker Targa V17 in Springfield, IL

12,000.00 USD

Tracker Fishing boats For Sale by owner | 2005 Tracker Targa V17

 

Used Fishing boat for sale by owner
Location: Springfield, IL
Remarks: Looking for 14k. Will entertain serious offers.

Tracker Fishing boats For Sale by owner | 2007 Sun Tracker 240 fish ski

 

Used Pontoon boat for sale by owner
Location: Canton, OK
Remarks: 2007 Sun Tracker Party Barge 240 fish/ski for sale. It has a 2008 Mercury 115 HP EFI 4 stroke. The seats were replaced about 4 years ago and have no tears. The only tear is on ... (read more)

Tracker Fishing boats For Sale by owner | 2023 Tracker Pro Team 195

 

Used Fishing boat for sale
Location: Carrollton, Alabama
Remarks: Stock #382853 Reason for selling is Not using enough . ANY and ALL offers will be put in front of our seller! Submit your offer today! Aluminum bass boat with Mercury 150 Pro X... (read more)

Tracker Fishing boats For Sale by owner | 2022 Tracker targa 18wt

 

Used Fishing boat for sale
Location: Shelton, Washington
Remarks: Stock #408336 Video of this vessel available at www [dot] popsells [dot] com/view/408336 Reason for selling is Not Using . This Tracker has now been on the market more than a m... (read more)

Tracker Fishing boats For Sale by owner | 2021 Tracker Nitro Z19 Sport

 

Used Fishing boat for sale
Location: Livingston, California
Remarks: Stock #345128 Video of this vessel available at www [dot] popsells [dot] com/view/345128 Reason for selling is No Longer Using . ANY and ALL offers will be put in front of our ... (read more)

Tracker Fishing boats For Sale by owner | 2018 Tracker Targa V18 Combo

 

Used Fishing boat for sale
Location: Medina, Texas
Remarks: Stock #372324 Reason for selling is No longer use it . ANY and ALL offers will be put in front of our seller! Submit your offer today! 2018 V-18 combo Ttarga fish & ski Mercury... (read more)

Tracker Fishing boats For Sale by owner | 2021 Sun Tracker Sportfish 22 DXL

 

Used Pontoon Boat for sale
Location: Brownsville, Texas
Remarks: Stock #386458 Video of this vessel available at www [dot] popsells [dot] com/view/386458 Reason for selling is No longer using. . ANY and ALL offers will be put in front of our... (read more)

Tracker Fishing boats For Sale by owner | 2021 Sun Tracker Sportfish DLX 22

 

Used Pontoon Boat for sale
Location: Lewis Center, Ohio
Remarks: Stock #393025 Reason for selling is No longer using . ANY and ALL offers will be put in front of our seller! Submit your offer today! 2021 Sun Tracker DLX 22 Sportfish pontoon ... (read more)

Tracker Fishing boats For Sale by owner | 2022 Tracker Pro Guide V-175 Combo

 

Used Fishing boat for sale
Location: Chino, California
Remarks: Stock #391162 ANY and ALL offers will be put in front of our seller! Submit your offer today! Single Owner Tracker Combo, with large live well and seating for 4. ***************... (read more)

Tracker Fishing boats For Sale by owner | 2023 Sun Tracker FISHING BARGE 20-DLX

 

Used Pontoon Boat for sale
Location: Canyon Lake, Texas
Remarks: Stock #390046 Video of this vessel available at www [dot] popsells [dot] com/view/390046 Reason for selling is not in use . ANY and ALL offers will be put in front of our selle... (read more)

Buying a Fishing Boat


Embarking on a fishing adventure requires not only skill and patience but also the right equipment. Naturally the most important piece of equipment would be your fishing tackle, but next in line if you plan to venture off the bank or docks would certainly be the fishing boat, an essential component that can make or break the experience when you are out on the water. The thrill of navigating waters, whether tranquil or turbulent, in pursuit of that elusive catch, can often be one of the highlights of the fishing trip. However, the success of such an endeavor greatly depends on the boat you select. In this article, we delve into the nuances of selecting the perfect fishing boat, ensuring your trip is both fruitful and memorable.

The Importance of Choosing the Right Fishing Boat

Selecting a fishing boat is a decision that should not be taken lightly. The right choice extends beyond simply choosing a boat; it is about finding a vessel that aligns with your fishing aspirations, lifestyle, and the fishing waters you wish to explore. A well-chosen boat becomes an extension of the angler's intent, seamlessly facilitating the journey toward catching your fish.

Different fishing locations, from typically calm and protected inland lakes to the unpredictable open sea, demand specific features and capabilities from a boat. Moreover, the type of fishing you intend to engage in, be it fly fishing, trolling, or deep-sea fishing, dictates which boat would be the most suitable. Choosing the right boat is also a matter of safety. The different waters you may venture out on, as much as they are avenues for exploration and excitement, can be unpredictable and sometimes dangerous. The appropriate boat can provide stability, reliability, and protection against the elements, ensuring that your fishing excursions are not only successful but also safe.

Types of Fishing Boats

The world of fishing boats is diverse and is always expanding with a variety of designs, each tailored to specific fishing needs and environments. Understanding the different types of fishing boats is crucial in making an informed decision.

Bass boats are a popular choice for freshwater anglers. Designed for bass fishing in inland waters, these boats are known for their low profile and high speed, making them ideal for navigating the shallow waters of lakes and rivers.

Offshore fishing boats , on the other hand, are built for the rigors of deep-sea fishing. These vessels come equipped with hulls that are formed for rougher water as well as being robust enough to withstand rough ocean waves, and often feature cabins for extended trips.

Flats boats For those who prefer the tranquility of fly fishing, flats boats are an excellent choice. These boats are designed to navigate shallow waters quietly, allowing anglers to approach fish without startling them.

Each type of fishing boat has its unique set of features and capabilities, tailored to specific fishing activities and environments. Understanding these distinctions and zeroing in on the type of fishing you plan to do most often is essential in choosing a boat that aligns with your fishing goals.

Factors to Consider When Choosing a Fishing Boat

When it comes to selecting a fishing boat, several factors come into play. The size of the boat is a crucial consideration, as it affects both capacity and maneuverability. A larger boat may offer more space and stability, but it can also be more challenging to navigate in tight spots and of course will come with a heftier price tag.

The type of water you plan to fish in is the primary factor that influences your choice. Boats designed for calm inland waters may not fare well in the open sea, where larger, more robust vessels are usually required. You may plan on only venturing out when the weather is calm but all too often people stick with a schedule and find themselves out in rough water that they were not anticipating so be sure your boat is up to the demands that it may be facing.

Additionally, the features and amenities of the boat must align with your fishing needs. Storage for fishing gear, live wells for bait, and rod holders are just a few of the essentials that can enhance your fishing experience but naturally the gear that you need can vary depending on the type of fishing you plan on doing.

And of course, the budget you have for your boat is always an important consideration. If this is your first fishing boat, you would be wise to start with a used boat that is smaller and less costly to purchase and operate. All too often people buy a boat on impulse, that is more than they really need, and the boat ends up being stored and not used. And it is way easier to buy a boat than sell a boat. Make sure you buy the boat at a good price!

Researching and Comparing Fishing Boats

When searching for your perfect fishing boat, research is your most valuable tool. The internet offers a wealth of information, from manufacturer websites and forums to reviews and comparison articles. Engaging with the fishing community, both online and with your friends that are avid anglers, can also provide insights and recommendations based on their firsthand experiences.

When looking for fishing boats for sale, you need to look beyond the surface and dig into the specifications, capabilities, and features of each option and each boat. Consider how each boat aligns with your specific needs, preferences, and fishing goals. Another good option which is often fun to do with family and friends is to go to boat shows where you will have the opportunity to see many different boats up close, ask questions, and talk to others that are shopping for a boat to gather more information. These experiences can be invaluable in making an informed decision.

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