2020 Crestliner XFC 179

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2020 Crestliner XFC 179

Fish don’t stand a chance when you’re casting from the expanded casting deck of the Crestliner XFC 179. This aluminum crappie boat is built with Crestliner’s industry-leading strength and durability so you can unlock more of the water. Up front, the fiberglass console is loaded with features you’ll use like two multifunction gauges and flush mount graph space up to 12”. The state-of-the-art bow panel also includes a trim switch, a 12V power outlet and space to mount a 7” graph.

This dedicated crappie fishing boat is a loyal companion that’s been crafted with a huge front deck layout to give you plenty of room to cast and it comes with multiple Deluxe seats, massive amounts of storage space and tackle tray inserts. On top of that, this boat offers three bow pedestal bases, a convenient place to store 7’6” rods in the bow and a 23-gallon livewell in the bow and stern. With seating for up to 4 anglers and a 90 horsepower rating, when you’re ready to give a school of crappies an education in fishing, grab the XFC 179.

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