Everyone in the family will find something to like about the new Angler V192 SF. The spacious layout includes seven lockable storage compartments, two livewells, and a stern flip deck with full bench seat. Switch from fishing to skiing and back again in seconds, the V192 SF is made for pleasing the whole family.
Lockable center storage organizes your gear with mounted rod holders and six tip protecting tubes. Manages rods up to 8' in length.
Stern bench furnishes plenty of extra passenger seating when the family is ready for an outing. Flips down to extend the stern deck for fishing.
Fishing seats can be moved to stern fishing positions when the flip-deck is down.
Optional ski tow hoop provides consistent control while skiing or towing water toys.
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Angler V192 SF Standard Package:
Riveted three-piece, .100 gauge hull with GX2 double-plated bow and bottom ♦ Painted urethane metallic silver with two available wraps ♦ Bear® powder-coated 4" tubular steel Trail Guard® trailer with locking detachable tongue, space saving and security system ♦ 15” radial tires with heavy-duty step pad plastic fenders ♦ Standard with brakes and LED lighting
Angler V192 SF
Dry Hull Weight:
.100 + .100#
Max Weight Cap:
Number Of Persons:
9" x 29" 15G.
13" x 48" 35G.
Custom Blue Wrap
Custom Red Wrap
* Deduct 20" from Package Length with Trail Guard tongue removed.
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.
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