A large bow deck gives anglers more fishing space while also offering ample storage for fishing gear, while optional bow cushions provide added comfort for your passengers. The 11-gallon, 27-inch bow livewell will keep your catch healthy while the optional bow baitwell ensures your bait of choice remains alive throughout a long day on the water.
On the aft deck, anglers will enjoy the standard top hider for concealing a bimini top, a ski pylon option, and a large 16-gallon, 37-inch livewell. Optional aft jump seats offer seating for two additional boaters while an optional aft splash pan filler option allows for more walking space on the back deck; great for anglers and families alike.
Multiple storage options such as the optional under-console drawers, starboard storage, and optional port and starboard rod storage as offered in the standard Impact models gives both your family and fishing buddies plenty of room to store their belongings. Additionally, Lund’s fishing DNA continues to flow with an enhanced center rod locker to accommodate longer rods and a new handle storage system that keep rods secure while traveling in rougher waters. The center rod locker houses ten rod tubes that will protect fragile line guides and rod tips from damage. The 1675 can hold rods up to 7 feet in length and the 1775 and 1875 models can hold rods up to 8 feet in length.
Sleek, black consoles are new with an optional VesselView dash, which gives these boats a sporty look without sacrificing an ounce of functionality. The VesselView unit actual replaces the gauges on the dash and can also be a GPS fish locator or act as a second graph on the console. Recessed controls with storage, optional under-console drawers, and standard port drawer in the SS model allow for undisputable versatility.
The Lund Impact line has a well-proven track record of performance and versatility for fishermen and recreational boaters. With all the new innovative enhancements, this already popular series will fit even more family budgets and fishing or boating needs.
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