Every person on the planet that has ever spent time fishing in a bass fishing boat, wants one. They are very convenient and most of them are quite fast. So getting from fishing spot to fishing spot is no problem at all. A traditional bass fishing boat sits very high is the water as well, so with the aid of a trolling motor, the angler is able to fish very shallow water. Most traditional bass fishing boats are also equipped with the latest in fish finding technology, so the angler normally has little problem 'finding' the fish. Getting those fish to bite can be the challenge. The interesting thing is that having one of these traditional bass fishing boats is not always necessary.
A traditional bass fishing boat, while amazingly nice, comes with a big price tag. A price tag that can easily exceed $ 25,000! Buying a traditional bass fishing boat is literally like buying a new car. Sure you can get a used one for a lot less money, but buying a used boat is worse than buying a used car. It can be a real game of Russian roulette; you just never know what's going to happen or how a used boat will perform on the water.
A viable alternative to this bass fishing boat dilemma is to purchase an inflatable bass fishing boat. Personal pontoon type boats make excellent bass fishing boats for smaller bodies of water. They are amazingly comfortable and easy to maneuver. And because they're inflatable, these types of bass fishing boats are sure easy to move from one body of water to the next. Imagine being able to fit your bass fishing boat in your vehicle, rather than towing it behind your vehicle?
Most personal pontoon boats come with either 1 or 2 seats, these seats are then attached to platforms that are also large enough to hold your fishing gear. This type of bass fishing boat really is a great option for smaller bodies of water, and is definitely an option for those of you who travel in an RV. Simply keep your boat in your RV until you get to your destination, take it out, inflate it, and you are ready to fish whatever body of water you happen to be near. These types of boats are a great option for RV users, and again are not only a ton less expensive than traditional bass fishing boats, they are a ton less expensive to transport as well.