Ranger Boats unveils line of aluminum fishing models

Ranger Boats said it is offering a new line of Deep V aluminum models designed for multispecies anglers.
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Ranger Boats said it is offering a new line of Deep V aluminum models designed for multispecies anglers.

The company said the new designs are available in 16-, 17- and 18-foot models and will begin shipping to dealerships later this month.

"We're excited to expand our aluminum product offering with these new Deep V models," Ranger Boats sales manager Mark Zwicker said in a statement. "It's the perfect fit for multispecies anglers looking for the same craftsmanship and attention to detail associated with all Ranger designs in a versatile package, complete with an ultra-accessible price point."

The new Ranger Deep V line consists of nine models that range from 16 feet, eight inches, to 18 feet, 8 inches — the 1682WT, 1682DC, 1682SC, 1782WT, 1782DC, 1782SC, 1882WT, 1882DC and 1882SC models. As indicated by model designators, single-console, dual-console and walk-through windshield configurations are available.

The designs are manufactured in the company’s facility in Lebanon, Mo., and undergo a powder coat paint process.

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