Alumacraft Boats Fisherman 145 Tiller - Multi-Species Fishing Boat
New 2010 Alumacraft Boats - Fisherman 145 Tiller - Multi-Species Fishing
2009 Alumacraft Boats Fisherman 145 Tiller DescriptionIt’s so easy to operate, trailer and launch, you will never want to part with it. Fisherman boats are big enough for families to enjoy, yet small enough to launch in that little secret lake you won’t tell your friends about. These boats are tailor made for a small tow vehicle. Equip it with an efficient outboard and you have one of the most economical fishing packages available. They’re equipped with a perfectly sized livewell, tons of storage, clever in- floor rod storage—many of the same features their big brothers have, but for a fraction of the cost.
- Length Over All: 14 Feet and 10 inches.
- Beam: 6 Feet and 1 inches.
2009 Alumacraft Boats Fisherman 145 Tiller Standard Features
STEERING & CONSOLE
· CS CONSOLE– w/single cable no-feedback steering
· LIVEWELL–Gallons–w/h/l 13 gallons–9"x13"x32"
Aerated, bait system
· BOW CASTING PLATFORM–w/pedestal socket
· AQUEDUCT TRAY
· WIREWAY TUBE, bow to stern
· EXTRAS–Grab handle at each seat location
· STORAGE, ELECTRICAL, ETC.
· STORAGE–Starboard rod locker up to 6', bow storage compartment
· TROLLING–12v bow outlet
· BATTERY STORAGE–1 aft starting battery
I purchased a Fisherman 145 tiller. 2009 is the first year for this new design and it has a couple of flaws that Alumacraft should correct. First the driver's seat position is quite uncomfortable - it is centered on the motor and too far forward (it does not come in the position shown on their website or brochures). I had the dealer relocate it, which involved complete removal of the floor. Second the in-floor rod storage door is too close to the raised casting deck, making it difficult to get rods in/out and impossible to get my 7' rods in. The stern running light (5') is stored here, but cannot be removed from the compartment. We had to bend it to get it out and the dealer replaced it with a shorter light. Finally, don't rely on Alumacraft's website or brochure for specs on this boat. Max. HP, load capacity, seat locations, storage, etc. do not match what's actually on the boat (literature even shows a starboard compartment which does not exist). Be sure you see the boat before you buy. Overall, the boat is not what I expected and with less than 2 hours on it, I'm already trading it for something else.
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