Gator Tough™ Jons stand up to the challenges of adventure after adventure. The wide, deep hulls of these large models are made for transporting up to a TON of fishermen and gear (2072). Performance is not lost with the extra capacity, as the 1966 models have weight-forward design, for quick hole shot, a smooth flat ride, and maximum efficiency with a minimum of horsepower. More performance with less horsepower. The 1966 and 2072 models are the boats that guides and outfitters trust. For those professionals, "Gator Tough™" is not just a motto ... it's a way of life.
31 Gal. Livewell in Front Deck w/ Overflow & Quick Release Drain Plug
19 Gallon Built-In Fuel Tank w/ EPA Diurnal System
Transom tie downs
24 volt Trolling Motor wiring
Yamaha binnacle mount controls
Screw In Style Pedestal Poles
Deluxe molded console with black stainless grab rail and fuel gauge, 16 gal. livewell
Camo livewell pads
Switch panel with master switch
Longitudinal stringer system
Color matched marine grade vinyl floor
Front deck step
Two Corner Floor Drains
Galvanized Trailers have Bunk Covers
All aluminum transom design
While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information contained herein, specifications and measurements are approximations and subject to variances. G3 Boats does not guarantee such accuracy and can't be held liable for any errors or any reliance upon this information. Optional equipment shown in some photographs.
Boat smart from the start, take a boating safety course and get a free vessel safety check annually for your boat. For more information, contact United States Coast Guard at www.uscgboating.org or United States Power Squadrons, 888-for-usps. Follow all instructional materials and local and federal laws. Remember to always observe all applicable boating laws. Never drink and drive. Dress properly with a USCG approved personal flotation device and protective gear. Always use your stop switch lanyard. Operate within your capabilities, allowing extra time and distance for maneuvering. Always operate in a responsible manner, respecting the environment and others around you.