Lund Boats debuts 18-foot bass boat

Lund Boats unveiled a new 1875 Pro-V Bass boat built on the company’s benchmark IPS2 aluminum hull.
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Lund says its new 1875 Pro-V Bass boat reflects far-reaching research, development and professional-angler input.

Lund says its new 1875 Pro-V Bass boat reflects far-reaching research, development and professional-angler input.

Lund Boats unveiled a new 1875 Pro-V Bass boat built on the company’s benchmark IPS2 aluminum hull.

The boat features a flat center pad, multiple lift strakes and two reverse chines.

“Wow, this boat’s incredible,” tournament angler Jeff Gustafson said after a test ride. “I can’t believe how fast it gets up on plane — like a rifle shot. Tons of extras, too — this rig’s full of surprises. This boat is just an awesome fishable platform, perfect for bass or muskie.”

“Lund has engineered an amazingly fishable, functional bass boat, combined with the best aluminum V-hull in the industry,” he said. “This is the perfect rig bass or muskie anglers have been waiting for — perfect for comfortably running small water, skinny water or big waves, Sam Rayburn to the Great Lakes.”

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