2020 Crestliner XFC 189

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2020 Crestliner XFC 189

The XFC 189 is the aluminum crappie boat built to help you catch more fish. The XFC 189 is constructed with Crestliner’s all-welded aluminum hull that provides our classic strength and durability. The fiberglass console is loaded with features you need, like two multifunction gauges and flush mount graph space up to 12”—and you’ll enjoy the storage compartment that comes equipped with tackle tray inserts. The new bow panel also includes a trim switch, a 12V power outlet and space to mount a 7” flush graph.

As for where you cast, this aluminum crappie fishing boat is crafted with a huge front deck layout with ample storage space conveniently placed throughout. Above the welded aluminum hull you’ll find three bow pedestal bases, a number of easily accessible places to hold 8’ rods, and two 23-gallon aerated livewells to store anything you catch. With a 150 horsepower rating with the Max Performance package, when fishing season comes and the crappies are calling, you’ll have plenty of juice to chase ‘em with the XFC 189.

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