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Lund Boats 1700 Pro Sport - Multi-Species Fishing Boat

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2010 Lund Boats 1700 Pro Sport Description

Fun just seems to follow it everywhere.

Simply one of the most versatile and reliable fish and ski boats on the market, with a loyal following twenty years long. This new sterndrive Pro Sport Vaser delivers lots of room for fishing.
2010 Lund Boats 1700 Pro Sport Specifications
  • Length Over All: 17 Feet
  • Beam: 7 Feet and 4 inches.
  • Fuel Tank Capacity: 24
  • Dry Weight: 1200

2010 Lund Boats 1700 Pro Sport Standard Features

Aerated livewell (1675, 1725, 1825 Explorer & Pro Guide,
Sport Angler, Fisherman, Pro Sport)
Aft casting platform (Explorer, Fisherman, Pro Sport &
Predator SS)
Aft flip-up seats (Fisherman, Pro Sport & Predator SS)
Aluminum bow and corner castings
Battery storage compartments with battery holders
Bilge pump (1 auto/manual: Explorer, Pro Guide;
1 manual: Sport Angler, Fisherman, Pro Sport)
Bow and stern eyes
Bow cargo nets (1825, 2010 Pro Guide, Explorer)
Bow casting platform with storage
Bow lighted, insulated cooler/livewell (Sport Angler)
Built-in fuel tank
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1700 is the boat 4 ruff waterhigh alt lakes good for trolling. It does have problems The auto pilot elect trolling is a safety concern for extending into water retraction. U have to kick a lever to release the motor and the lever is very near the end of the front of the boat ruff water their is nothing to hold onto. Retraction, their is no T-handle pull role U reach out over the bow to grab it-again, risk. The boat has an anemic amount of storage. Front pedestal seat too close toward bow-if U change the elect trolling to a pedal U always have to operate it with the pedal uncomfortably at a side angle. The excess to rear battery compartment is difficult - U cannot get both hands in the compartment to hook-up charger. The trim indicator lags far behind the actual the engine movement to lower it U lower it by sound. As with any boat U have to consider trade offs. Again pluses for trolling, ruff water, etc. A bass boat offers better solutions, but they R not suited for ruff water, trolling.

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