When you start the search for your first or next boat, you’ll find that there are a plethora of industry-leading brands to choose from. How can you narrow it down to just one? After all, this is a major investment and you want to feel confident that you’re getting your money’s worth. One popular name in the marine industry that continues to impress is Alumacraft boats. With more than 70 years of experience in the competitive boat building business, the company has made significant progress in perfecting its innovative designs.
What’s more, Alumacraft prides themselves on offering highly customizable models that boast solid construction methods and high-quality materials. It makes sense that the company motto is “Families. Fishing. Forever.” because these boats are built to last a lifetime. They’re also perfect for making unforgettable memories that’ll keep you coming back for more.
If you’re seeking a boat that can do a bit of everything while helping you enhance your on-water experience, check out the Alumacraft Competitor Series. These multi-purpose boats are typically built to accommodate between two to four people, which makes them an excellent choice for anglers who want to limit the number of voices and disturbances onboard that could scare their catch away.
The Alumacraft Competitor Series models range from 16’ to over 20’ long, so you’ll have no trouble finding the perfect size for your needs. Each model offers ample storage for all of your equipment and supplies. Let’s not forget about the two tournament-sized livewells with bait bags. You’ll also have your choice of engine to ensure that you can conquer the water with ease each and every time you head out.
It all comes down to having the perfect boat that’s going to be flexible and allow you to make adjustments as you go. You’ll be in good hands with the Alumacraft Competitor Series. Give us a call or stop by LaCanne’s Marine today in Faribault, MN to start browsing our inventory! We’re located on Well’s Lake, with on-water access 50 miles South of Minneapolis and St. Paul.