New York Mills, Minn. (January 17, 2019)

Maximizing storage is one of Lund’s many strengths in the industry, and the extensive bow storage is second to none in this 16-foot, 7-inch model. In order to utilize every free inch of space, Lund has put four storage compartments in the bow. Anglers can store everything from tackle trays, to life jackets, to trolling motor batteries to keep everything out of the way while fishing from the bow. There’s even a 16-gallon (37- inch) bow livewell with a cutout to store a bait bucket, so you can keep your catch or bait fresh all day.

In the cockpit area there’s more space for fishing equipment with convenient rod storage compartments on both sides, providing easy access to all your rods. You can even store rods over 8 feet long, something that is extremely tough to find in a 16-foot fishing boat. There’s also an optional rear flip seat for two additional anglers, or flip it down and you’ve more than doubled the size of the rear casting platform.

In both the side console and full windshield there are sporty black consoles with plenty of room for fishing electronics, an optional stereo and built-in drink holders. In the tiller model, at your fingertips there’s a rear command console that holds multiple tackle trays, fishing tools and a place to mount your electronics.
Other great features of the 1650 Rebel XL include a travel cover to keep your boat clean all year long, the boat is small enough to fit in most garages, and is easily towed to hard-to-reach waters. It’s a go-anywhere type of boat that is feature-rich yet wallet-friendly, and is easily launched by a single angler.

*All prices are in US Dollars and do not include dealer freight, prep, tariffs, fees, taxes and registration. Prices listed are intended only as a guideline and are subject to change. Dealer sets the final purchase price. See dealer for details.
To see more on the 1650 Rebel XL visit https://www.lundboats.com/boat-models/1650-rebel-xl/.
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