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Ranger boats were some of the first ever designed to specifically target a single species of fish – the largemouth bass. Since this is the most popular freshwater gamefish in the country, it made sense to delve into details like release wells, casting decks, rod lockers, and electric trolling motor systems which would assist the anglers targeting them. And Ranger made a name for itself doing so. Then this company went a step father, taking Ranger Boats into competitive bassing with performance that is literally eye-watering. Pads, set-backs, notches, and other hull tweaks were designed in along with construction techniques like pultrusion, urethane core sandwiches, and digital switching, to ensure that these boats are tough enough to match up with their performance potential - which includes blistering speeds and hair-pin turning ability. Today, Ranger has expanded its line to include not just bass boats but also general fishing boats in both fresh and saltwater models, an aluminum series, and even some “Fish-N-Play” multi-purpose boats.

Ranger 184 Ghost

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Boat Description

The 184 Ghost has quickly become known as a total performance skiff well suited to the unique demands of competitive shallow water angling. With an 18' 3" length and an overall beam of 87", this thin water glider is focused on fishability. Its shallow draft is reinforced by an extraordinarily quiet hull design, responsive poling traits and solid tracking. Rated for a maximum of 175 horses, the tournament-bred design is equipped with the smooth, fluid feel of hydraulic steering as well as speed, tach, fuel, trim and water pressure gauges. Inside, there's an abundance of space for gear and the full wrap-around deck makes it even easier to work the most aggressive fish. Trolling motor batteries are located up front, enhancing accessibility as well as maximizing battery efficiency and the overall balance of the rig. Factory-equipped with flush-mounted navigation lights, recessed trim tabs, a self-bailing cockpit, retracting push pole holders, and upright, level flotation, welcome to the advanced engineering of the NMMA certified Ranger 184 Ghost.

Boat Details
Beam 7 ft 2 inDraft Board/Drive Up 10 in
Dry Weight 1050 lbHull Material Fiberglass
Hull Shape Modified VeeFuel Capacity 35 gal
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Standard Features


Available with a Wide Range of Precision Matched Outboards

Binnacle Throttle Control

Foam Filled Fiberglass Stringer System

Hydraulic Steering

Pultruded Fiberglass Transom

Recircling Aerated Livewell/Baitwell with High Speed Pickup and In-Line Filter (front and rear)

Stainless Steel Prop

Stainless Steel Steering Wheel with Assist Knob



12V DC Power Receptacle

Battery Switch

Corrosion Resistant Wiring

Cranking Battery with Tie Down

Digital Console Switching

Engine Manufacturers Gauge Package (Speed, Tach, Fuel, Trim, Water Pressure)

Heavy Duty 6 Gauge TM Wiring with 50 Amp Breaker

Navigation Lights



Automatic Bilge Pump

Boarding Ladder

Custom Fitted Premium Marine Upholstery Driver and Passenger Bench Cushion

Fire Extinguisher & Horn

Heavy Duty Rubrail

N.M.M.A. Certified

Self-Bailing Cockpit

Skid Resistant Deck and Interior

Stainless Steel Bow/Stern Eyes

Stainless Steel Grab Handles @ Console

Stainless Steel Pull Up Bow Cleat

Upright Level Flotation



Anchor Locker

Flush Mount Push Pole Holders

Gel-Coated Storage Boxes

Heavy Duty Rubrail With Stainless Steel Insert

Poling Platform

Recessed Trim Tabs

Rod Storage Under Gunnels

Stainless Steel Gas Spring Lid Assists

Stainless Steel Hatch Latches

Stainless Steel Thru-Hull Fittings

Storage Under Front and Rear Deck



Aluminum Wheels w/Matching Spare Tire & Wheel

Center Swing Jack

Custom Swing-Away Tongue

L.E.D. Lighting

Matching Stainess Steel Fenders

RangerTrail COOL Hub Oil Bath Hubs

Torsion Axle