Choosing to be a part of the boating world is an exciting decision. Once you start doing your research, you’ll really get a feel of just how vast the market is. There are several different types of boats, as well as brands and models. How can you possibly choose just one? Crestliner manufactures many different boats, all of which offer high-level performance and are built with durability that’s meant to go the distance. We suggest looking into Crestliner Bass Boats. Once you have a peek at these impeccable boats, you won’t be able to look away. There are five different Crestliner Bass Boats to choose from, so buckle up while we explore these models. Give us a call or visit us at Thayer Marine in Jackson, MI to learn more!
If your main goal is to catch as much bass as possible then you can’t go wrong with the PT. It’s built with professional bass fishermen in mind and elevates your angling game like no other boat in the game. Some of the features that make this Crestliner Bass Boat a winner include an ultra-durable, all-welded aluminum hull plus an even wider, larger bow design with ample space for rods and gear.
Maybe you like to compete in tournaments or even just for fun with your fishing buddies. The Crestline VT has all the features you need to win and then some. There’s plenty of rod storage and a huge casting deck with recessed trolling motor foot control. The stern has an additional casting platform that’s packed with even more storage and a massive 22-gallon aerated livewell.
There’s no lack of passion in the Crestliner VTC. It’s like the other models in the sense that it features the all-welded hull and extruded full-length keel to provide superior strength and durability. Wait, there’s more! It’s specifically designed to be the ultimate crappie boat with the ability to sport a spider rig and to catch crappie. The bow layout includes a generous deck that has a 13-gallon aerated livewell, plenty of rod and gear storage, and three bow pedestal bases.
Some fishers just want to enjoy a relaxing fishing trip on their boat, which is precisely why the Crestline Storm was made. They’re affordable, durable, and feature the same expert craftsmanship as other Crestliner Bass Boats. The layout is deliberately made for easy maneuvering in the water. The full-length, all-aluminum welded stringer system offers peace of mind when navigating in shallow waters. There’s lockable port rod storage, a 17-gallon aerated livewell with a bait bucket, massive storage, and much more.
The Crestliner 1657 Outlooks providers fishers with the ultimate on-the-water experience they won’t find anywhere else. It features a convenient port side 11-gallon livewell, endless storage, stick steer configuration, starboard locking rod storage, and more. There’s no center console for you to worry about, which makes for even more room onboard and allows you to keep the necessities within arm’s reach.