Tracker says they're the best-selling fishing boat in America, and no matter how many hulls they may sell every year, one thing is beyond question: the diversity of their line-up can’t be matched. Tracker builds bass boats, panfish boats, multi-species freshwater fishing boats, jon boats, utility boats, and Sun Tracker pontoon boats. They also own Mako saltwater fishing boats, Tahoe runabouts and deckboats, and Nitro bass boats. Yes—the Tracker family is a big one. And as a result, Tracker enjoys an excellent economy of scale. Many of their models under-cut the competition’s prices, and most come with a wide range of options including matched trailers. Buying new Trackers can also be a bit less of a hassle than buying some other brands, since they publish a “no haggle, no hassle” price that’s consistent from one dealer to another.
Serious about its fishing, and always eager to reel in the big ones!
At 16’ 8” (5.08 m) with a nice and stable 77” (1.96 m) beam, the all-welded, all-aluminum Pro 170 is ready to do some serious fishing.
For storage, there is an oversized compartment in the aft deck, a compartment under the cockpit passenger, a lockable port box for rods up to 7’ 6” (2.29 m) long and a bow compartment right by the fishing position. To help you find and get to the fish, it comes with a powerful Minn Kota® Edge trolling motor and Lowrance® fishfinder (which also displays the water surface temperature).
And if your dedication to your fishing takes you to the water before dawn or after sundown, no worries. Two courtesy lights are ready to light your way.
NEW marine-grade, cut-pile fishing friendly Midnight Star carpet throughout