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Another one to drool over... wonder if they'll try a 1775 too..?

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Is this your new rig Frydog?

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It's not my boat, rumor has it that it's a Lindner Pro Staff boat.  I hear pro Jeff Gustafson might have one too.  Will be interesting if many on the pro circuit end up with one.  

I really like the boat but I fish a couple small rivers in addition to some very large inland lakes.  If I were to buy one, I'd go smaller given the waterways I fish mostly  - either the 1875, or I would actually give strong consideration to a 1775 if they ever make one.  

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1 hour ago, FryDog62 said:

It's not my boat, rumor has it that it's a Lindner Pro Staff boat.  I hear pro Jeff Gustafson might have one too.  Will be interesting if many on the pro circuit end up with one.  

I really like the boat but I fish a couple small rivers in addition to some very large inland lakes.  If I were to buy one, I'd go smaller given the waterways I fish mostly  - either the 1875, or I would actually give strong consideration to a 1775 if they ever make one.  

Gustafson has been in a Predator for years

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Gussy was in the Lund pro-mo video and on "Lund Ultimate Experience" TV show for the new 1875 Pro-V Bass.  Someone that may chime in here, might confirm he's been demo'ing the 2075.  So who knows, but Lund is getting input from the kind of people that know how to fish and have great ideas on how to design a boat like this.  Lund has done some other hybrid platform boats in the past that didn't quite make it... hopefully this one will be a hit ~

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I read that, fully rigged, it's around $50k. It's a beautiful piece of machinery, but a $50k aluminum is ludacris. For that much money, why not buy a glass boat? Unless you WANT a high dollar aluminum, but how many people could that be?

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2 hours ago, Megastink said:

I read that, fully rigged, it's around $50k. It's a beautiful piece of machinery, but a $50k aluminum is ludacris. For that much money, why not buy a glass boat? Unless you WANT a high dollar aluminum, but how many people could that be?

I doubt that's the fully rigged price. My guess is you're shy by $4-5k, possibly more. The motor alone is 20k. AND although it is called a bass boat, it has a multi species hull, not a bass hull.

Honestly I'm hoping it retails in the mid to high 50's. It's going to inflate the value of my Predator which is the predecessor of this boat. If I could sell a 4 year old boat for zero depreciation, I just might. :) 

Some of us like high dollar aluminum

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12 hours ago, Megastink said:

For that much money, why not buy a glass boat? 

Because you won't find a 21' glass boat for $50k.

The tin I priced at a dealer last October came in at $71k.  Just boat, motor and trailer.  No TM, no electronics,  no batteries,  no options.

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On 9/3/2016 at 7:13 AM, Megastink said:

I read that, fully rigged, it's around $50k. It's a beautiful piece of machinery, but a $50k aluminum is ludacris. For that much money, why not buy a glass boat? Unless you WANT a high dollar aluminum, but how many people could that be?

Lots and lots of people..tens and tens of thousands.  Do you know how many Pro-Vs  and Tyees Lund sells in a year?  Most of them go for well north of $50K...

Crestliner sells a ton of Raptors and such too....Lotta lakes in the northern part of the country that are full of walleye and toothy fish that get chased a lot...

On 9/3/2016 at 10:27 AM, slonezp said:

Some of us like high dollar aluminum

Correction: Lots of us.

Can't beat it for fishing up here in the land of rocks.  Canada makes it even better.

Don't get me wrong at all: I love glass boats...I just like aluminum better for what I do.

Some folks see it the other way around, and that's great for them.  Gotta buy what you like, what's important to you.

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On ‎9‎/‎3‎/‎2016 at 8:13 AM, Megastink said:
On ‎9‎/‎3‎/‎2016 at 8:13 AM, Megastink said:

I read that, fully rigged, it's around $50k. It's a beautiful piece of machinery, but a $50k aluminum is ludacris. For that much money, why not buy a glass boat? Unless you WANT a high dollar aluminum, but how many people could that be?

 

Initial advertised prices are routinely a little low. 

  As a prospective boat buyer, all the safety, handling, storage & fish ability characteristics I wanted & needed were satisfied with the 1875. 

And now after 3 months of ownership, I could not be happier.   And it's interesting to note that I've never felt my decision to be amusing or laughable, absurd or eccentric, or inept or even foolish. 

Calling the Lund IPS2 Hull Tin is like Calling a Ranger Hull Plastic.

There is really no way to effectively describe what this newest Lund is all about, and I know & understand that.  Like many things in life, it has to be experienced.  Because in the bass boat arena, there just isn't anything else out there to compare it to (except slonezp's Predator :)).

btw - the beam on the 2075 is a full inch Narrower that the 1875.

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20 minutes ago, A-Jay said:

Initial advertised prices are routinely a little low. 

  As a prospective boat buyer, all the safety, handling, storage & fish ability characteristics I wanted & needed were satisfied with the 1875. 

And now after 3 months of ownership, I could not be happier.   And it's interesting to note that I've never felt my decision to be amusing or laughable, absurd or eccentric, or inept or even foolish. 

Calling the Lund IPS2 Hull Tin is like Calling a Ranger Hull Plastic.

There is really no way to effectively describe what this newest Lund is all about, and I know & understand that.  Like many things in life, it has to be experienced.  Because in the bass boat arena, there just isn't anything else out there to compare it to (except slonezp's Predator :)).

btw - the beam on the 2075 is a full inch Narrower that the 1875.

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A-Jay


You're saying the Pro-V Bass 2075 has a narrower beam than the Pro-V Bass 1875?

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7 hours ago, tcbass said:


You're saying the Pro-V Bass 2075 has a narrower beam than the Pro-V Bass 1875?

Yes the 2075 has been advertised as 95 inches and the 1875 is 96.

Not a big deal really as the added length of the 2075 will most certainly make a MAJOR difference in ride especially in big water.

A-Jay

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58 minutes ago, A-Jay said:

Yes the 2075 has been advertised as 95 inches and the 1875 is 96.

Not a big deal really as the added length of the 2075 will most certainly make a MAJOR difference in ride especially in big water.

A-Jay

O. Not bad. Wondering why it's narrower. 

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