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.
With its low bow deck, the Pro Crappie 175 puts you closer to the action than traditional bass boats. Its layout delivers the ultimate crappie and panfishing experience. A midship seat position and two aft fishing-seat bases give you the option of fishing from the floor or the expandable aft deck. Our unique, all-welded Revolution hull guarantees a ride and handling that continue to impress. The package includes a Mercury outboard, Lowrance X37 TX fish finder, MotorGuide trolling motor and two aerated livewells and baitwells. Looks good on the highway, too, with a custom-matched trailer with EZ lube hubs, GalvaShield protection and swing-away tongue.
891 lb approx.
Max Seating Capacity
Number of Engines
Other engine options available. Two and four-stroke engines available.
Length: 17' 4"
Transom Height: 22"
Bottom Width: 54"
Max. Recommended HP: 60 HP
Max. Person Capacity: 4 Persons
Max. Person Weight: 560 Lbs.
Max. Weight Capacity: 1050 Lbs.
Hull Material: 0.100 5052 Marine Alloy
Weight (approx.): 891 Lbs.
Fuel Capacity: 17 Gallons
Pkg Length w/ Swing-Away: 18' 5"
Package Width: 7' 1"
Package Weight (approx.): 1597 Lbs.
Comfort, Safety, Convenience
Bow and Stern Eyes
Flotation meets or exceeds NMMA and U.S. Coast Guard requirements