Are Triton boats made by Ranger?

Are Triton boats made by Ranger?

On Dec. 11, Bass Pro Group, the owner of Bass Pro Shops, announced it had signed a deal to acquire Fishing Holdings LLC, the manufacturer of Ranger, Triton and Stratos fishing boat brands. The move will merge some of the largest brands in the fishing world under the same ownership.

Where are Triton boats made?

HANDCRAFTED IN THE ARKANSAS OZARKS. You are driven to win. We get you there by building boats with the best materials for precise fit and finish. The state-of-the-art Triton manufacturing facility in northern Arkansas is where the most skilled craftspeople practice their trade with unrelenting pride in workmanship.

Who makes Triton center console boats?

Triton T-Tops by Stryker.

When did bass pro buy Triton boats?

Triton was acquired from Brunswick in July 2010.

Do Triton boats have wood in them?

Triton is the first to build a wood-free, 100% composite bass boat with a concave running pad, an industry first, that produces the legendary soft dry ride of a Triton bass boat.

Did Triton stop making aluminum boats?

Over the next several months, Brunswick will transfer production of its Crestliner and Triton aluminum boats, now made in Little Falls, Minn., to three other manufacturing plants. As a result, the Little Falls manufacturing facility will phase down production and close sometime this fall.

Do Triton Boats chine walk?

All fast bass boats chine walk. The reason they are fast is because of the geometry of the pad which the hull rides on at speed. Learning to drive a fast bass boat that chine walks is not hard. It takes a little time and does require a little more effort.

How do I stop my boat from chine walking?

NEVER chop your throttle quickly to stop chine walk. SLOWLY reduce throttle while trimming down to dampen and then stop the chine.. As you lower your nose, more of your keel is in contact with the water and begins to dampen the chine progressively from the rear of the boat to the front.

Does Johnny Morris own Triton boats?

Nope! I just bought one of their 2020 models, I love it and hopefully will enjoy fishing out of it for many years irregardless. In 1988 I bought a new Stratos and fished it for 20 years, did I care who bought or sold the company after I had my boat?

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