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What's the chance of Lund making the Prov-V Bass in 21' and 22' foot lengths?

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I like the concept of the Lund Pro-V Bass but it's too small for someone with a family and children. Wondering if the Lund Pro-V Bass becomes a successful model if they will introduce the Pro-V Bass in 21' and 22' foot models to compete with other bass boats standard length boats. Lund obviously sees the benefit of the larger boat as they are making a Pro-V Bass 2075 in 20' feet.

 

Also if they made this larger model if they would expand the current 96" beam to a 100" inch beam to also match competitors boats. 

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They make lots of more family friendly boats, so I doubt it would be a priority.

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4 hours ago, Tim Kelly said:

They make lots of more family friendly boats, so I doubt it would be a priority.

Even if it wasn't for larger families, wouldn't making a boat in comparable size to match the competition be a good idea?

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The 2075 is 20'9" You can buy a regular 2175 Pro V and then go as big as the Baron which I think is 24' As far as 21-22' being a standard length bass boat, it's really not and by no means is the ProV Bass a standard bass boat. The easiest way to see this is to put the Lund side by side with a standard bass boat. The Lund hull dwarfs that of a standard bass boat. and the bottom of the hull is much wider.

My Predator 2010 is the predecessor of the Pro V Bass 2075 20'2" and a 93" beam. It has seating for 4 and I have fished walleye with 4 adults, bass with 3. If I had young kids I'd be in the standard Pro V. I don't see raised casting decks as kid friendly. 

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4 hours ago, slonezp said:

The 2075 is 20'9" You can buy a regular 2175 Pro V and then go as big as the Baron which I think is 24' As far as 21-22' being a standard length bass boat, it's really not and by no means is the ProV Bass a standard bass boat. The easiest way to see this is to put the Lund side by side with a standard bass boat. The Lund hull dwarfs that of a standard bass boat. and the bottom of the hull is much wider.

My Predator 2010 is the predecessor of the Pro V Bass 2075 20'2" and a 93" beam. It has seating for 4 and I have fished walleye with 4 adults, bass with 3. If I had young kids I'd be in the standard Pro V. I don't see raised casting decks as kid friendly. 

You do a lot of casting for bass, less for walleye. Easier to fish more people. 

I thought a bass boat would be hard to fish little kids out of too, but talked to a friend who has little kids, under 7 and he said it works out fine. He has little seats for them to sit on and none have ever fallen out of a boat. Also always wearing life jackets. 

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1 hour ago, tcbass said:

You do a lot of casting for bass, less for walleye. Easier to fish more people. 

I thought a bass boat would be hard to fish little kids out of too, but talked to a friend who has little kids, under 7 and he said it works out fine. He has little seats for them to sit on and none have ever fallen out of a boat. Also always wearing seat belts. 

You bored with your new boat already?

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