After testing the newest addition to the line, the 2050, it looks like things just got bigger and better.
Each angler’s requirements are different, depending on the waters they fish, the size of the boat, and their speed and performance expectations.
From Alumacraft to Xpress, NAFC runs down many of the fine fishing boats available for 2008.
When you want something stout, a winch-ready bumper is by far the best way to go as it will provide additional frontal protection and is designed to mount both winch and accessories such as auxiliary lights.
Tongue weight is the force, or weight, your boat trailer's tongue exerts on your tow vehicle’s hitch.
A new fishing boat represents a big investment, so you want to make sure that the one you end up with best suits your needs and expectations.
Of all the things that will hurt your tow vehicle's fuel efficiency, running on underinflated tires is the most common problem—and the most easily fixed.
More anglers are finding value in ATV power, whether it's for backcountry transport, pulling docks or moving boat trailers.
The list of standard equipment includes Lowrance’s X-135 in-dash sonar and a 15-volt, three-bank charger.
Any angler in the market for a new bass boat this year should include the 176XT in the selection process.
Sixty-seven lakes and reservoirs, in 19 states, hold specially tagged fish that could turn into cash or prizes for lucky anglers! Read on!
Kurt reviews 2012 outboards, giving readers the scoop on new releases and upgrades.
It’s that season when anglers dream of hitting the water in a brand-new rig.
Boat builders continue to design fishing rigs that are a step above what was available even last year. And while no one boat can adequately serve every angler’s needs, the one rig that does everything you want it to do has the potential to become your personal “dream” boat.