Archive for the ‘Pelican Bass Boats’ Category

PostHeaderIcon Pelican Mini Bass Boat

Inexpensive mobility in a light, compact package

Pros: Light weight, low price, maneuverability
Cons: Flexy motor mount, need the motor and other accessories
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Summary: I was turned on to this type of boat at an early age – seeing Jimmy Houston wreaking havoc on fat farm pond bass from his little tiny plastic bass boat. I was (forgive the pun) hooked. I really hadn’t thought much of them lately until one of my …

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PostHeaderIcon Pelican Bass Boat Review – Series 2

The 10e Pelican Bass Boat- Reasonably priced in a tight light package

Pros: Unbelievably light, reasonably priced, turns on a dime
Cons: Does not come with the motor and other accessories, Bass Boat Insurance not allowed

I was turned on to this type of boat at an early age, but I really hadn’t thought much of them lately until one of my friends told me about all the places that he could go with bigger boats (shallow, smaller bodies of water). For me, that meant smaller lakes, ponds, in Georgia.

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PostHeaderIcon Pelican Bass Fishing Boat Review – Series 1

Pros: Reasonable price, easy maneuverability, no trailer needed
Cons: Accessories are needed for the boat

The Pelican is a great little boat,  We really desired a fishing boat, but cost matters when you are on a budget. Most used bass boats are much bigger than the pelican and the cost is much higher. This little bass boat fits right in the back of my truck. Two people can pick it up easily. For the money, this is the best boat I have found.

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