I have a 09' lund and I think knowing that my Rivets have a lifetime warranty, I currently know that my boat is really tight. Also I remember reading that the floor also holds that same warranty. Not that I would want them to have my boat for a month to fix the floor, but knowing that if it ever gets soft there are no worries.
Nitebite wrote:Better ride, drier ride, better boat control, easier trailoring and very roomy.
Now, now.... let's not throw stones.
Alumacraft makes an excellent boat as well. Thicker hull, standard hydraulic steering, larger livewells, more rod storage, equally good ride, equally dry ride, equally good boat control, easy trailering, and very roomy, excellant warranty.
Lunds are real good boat and so are Alumicrafts. They both have a thicker hull. I just broke 2 drill bits drilling into my Lund Rebel. They were small diameter bits but they were good bits. Fiberglass boats there are a few good boats-Ranger, then Triton and Basscat. You should look at resale value and buy a major brand that you can sell in a few years.
As far as getting under the bridge... Ive been out, and not made it under on my buddies Tuffy Esox Magnum. It's one of the lowest profile boats out there. Ive also been out and made it under in a Lund Pro V. I think no matter what you get there will be times you cant get under. That being said, going with a bass boat, sure, u r sitting lower and may get under the bridge but can u safely, and comfortably get to the bridge and then fish in the bigger waves?
I know i've been blown off the cooling lake when i was fishing out of my mod-v bass boat. Im much happier, and more comfortable in a deep v
There are obviously pros and cons to any hull type, just throwing that out there as something to keep in mind.
JMO, but yes, Lunds are the best rides out there, especially in bigger/wavier waters when it comes to a major brand aluminum boat, but i know a few guys with Alumacrafts and Crestliners that love em. Just my 2 Cents Good Luck and Happy Hunting
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