About 25 years ago Johnny Morris introduced the first Tracker Pro Team 175 aluminum bass boat. His ready-to-fish package, complete with outboard, trolling motor, electronics and trailer changed the face of boat marketing.
Improvements were made each year, and the Pro Team 175 has “grown” again for 2007. The new model is five inches longer, six inches wider and has even larger casting decks than previous versions. Its 60-inch bottom gives it a wide, stable footprint.
Tracker upgraded the interior as well, with an expanded cockpit, plus the bow deck features lockable storage and a cooler. There is tackle-tray storage, with removable trays in the aft deck and rod boxes in the bow center and port side.
In addition, the new instrument panel and console accept an assortment of gauges and feature a Lowrance X-37 sonar unit with surface temperature gauge.
The new Pro Team 175 TXW is equipped with a MotorGuide trolling motor and two-bank, 4-amp, onboard charger, and like all Trackers, comes with a color-matched trailer with a swing-away tongue and exclusive GalvaShield finish.
After almost a quarter century, the dependable and sturdy Tracker Pro Team bass boat continues to get better and better.
Tracker Marine, (417) 873-5900
Length: 17 feet, 10 inches
Beam: 89 inches
Max. Horsepower: 75
Max. Capacity: 1,050 pounds
Price as tested*: $11,295