At Allison, we build high performance, world record holding boats with features that will make your fishing experience more enjoyable. The XB-2002 is not your typical 20 foot bass boat; it is the fastest production bass boat in history. With the best efficiency of any 21 foot bass boat, the new XB-21 BasSport 2+2 will outrun and outdistance all others. Designed for the professional bass fisherman, the XB-21 BasSport Pro is packed with features and accessories that help you do one thing: FISH.
Allison’s newest bass boat model, the XB-21 XST is sure to be a big hit with die hard fishermen. Up-Close Outfitters operates in the Asheville, North Carolina area - the Blue Ridge, Appalachian and Great Smokey mountains - as well as Lakes Hartwell, Jocassee, and Fontana. In Tuesday’s installment of Old Bass Boats (click here to see Part 1), we covered the tournament organization boats, namely American Bass Fisherman, American Angler, Bassmaster, Bass Casters Association and National Bass Association. In Part 1 and Part 2 of Old Bass Boats – 1977, we covered the boat manufacturers who placed ads in the 1977 vintage magazines.
As stated yesterday, 1977 had 38 bass boat companies advertising in the magazines we looked through.
In this installment of Old Bass Boats, we again have to split the piece into multiple parts due to the volume of bass boat manufacturers now placing ads in bass magazines. Last Friday we posted Old Bass Boats – 1976 Part 1 starting with Arrow Glass and ending with Glastron. July 11, 2013 by Terry 4 Comments So far we’ve taken a look at bass boats from 1970, ’71, ’72, ’73 and a smattering from other years (here and here). In this installment we have many of those who had advertised in the past, such as Arrow Glass, Chrysler, Ranger and Fisher Marine. March 29, 2013 by Terry 4 Comments Recently a good friend of mine, avid angler and exemplary jig maker from Oklahoma, Jack Hall, contacted me about a book he had called, “Don Fuelsch’s Southern Angler’s and Hunter’s Guide.” Being originally from the West, I’d never heard of it but the fact it was printed in 1964 had my curiosity up. June 14, 2012 by Terry Leave a Comment Control Center for boat 1973 Bass Fishing Annual Bass Master Magazine. Although there have been major strides in the manufacture of bass boats, the biggest advances (are they really?) in bass fishing have been in the line of the gadgets we use. May 24, 2012 by Terry Leave a Comment Don Crozier hoists his winning fish from a 14-foot aluminum boat he used in the tournament. Although the South Eastern part of the country had had organized bass tournaments since the mid-60s, the Western part of the country, namely California, fell a little behind the curve.


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NO HAGGLE NO HASSLE® Value Prices are shown in US dollars only and initially displayed without dealer prep and freight charges. This relentless pursuit has resulted in the creation of the XB-21 ProSport, quite possibly the perfect bass fishing boat. This two-seater has more standard equipment, unique innovations, and conveniences than any other bass boat available. It is packed to the gills with the latest design enhancements and hi-tech features that set Allison apart from the rest. Out of those five organizations, we covered nine different boats and five different manufacturers. As stated in the last installment, Old Bass Boats – 1976 Part 1, the 1975 ad campaign saw 16 manufacturers advertising their goods.
As promised then, today we’re finishing up the ‘76 year with H (Holiday) through X (X-Calibur) – two boats I’ve never heard of by the way. Now we take a look at the boats of 1974 – or at least those companies who decided their hard-earned profits were worthy of advertising in fishing magazines. What was interesting about the 1974 ad campaign was the lack of advertisements and the decline of companies participating. I didn’t really know what to expect from this book, originally thinking it’d be a small book on fishing and hunting in the South. This was mostly due to the fact that the state had made it illegal to fish for more than a couple-hundred dollars and the fishermen at the time were not interested in leaving the confines of their clubs – or zip codes. As written before (see The California Lunker Club: Dave Coolidge – Part One and Part Two), Coolidge formed the first organized tournament organization in California and within 2 years it became such a success that it was purchased by Western Outdoor News and assumed into the newly-formed Western Bass Fishing Association.
And it's built tough, with many of the quality construction features found in its bigger bass boat brothers. With years of experience in engineering and design, the only thing you’ll have to worry over is the weather.


No other boat provides the easy handling, smooth ride, speed, and comfort of the XB-21 ProSport. Today we feature from Sea Nymph to Venture and then four organizational Championship boats from American Angler, American Bass Fisherman, National Bass and Bassmaster. In 1976 that number jumped up to 26 and this year that number jumped to a staggering 38 companies placing ads in bass magazines. As you probably noticed from Part 1, the boats of this year class were shifting drastically to high-performance machines constructed with lifting pads and even space-age materials like Kevlar. In 1970 there were four companies displaying ad and that doubled the following year to eight. No longer do we have to worry about going home, taking every crankbait, spinnerbait, hook and sinker out of our box so they can dry after fishing in the rain all day.
What is truly amazing about that number is that was not all the companies out there who were making bass boats. On top of that, more and more creature comforts and much-needed instrumentation was becoming standard on all brands. By 1972 11 companies were displaying ads in serious fishing magazines and then it peaked in 1973 with 15 companies. The book is nearly 1000 pages long and has more information packed within its bindings than can be imagined. We don’t have to think how far away from the rear transducer we are in order to stay on a spot because our front and rear finders are linked together. Dealer installation fees for options, taxes, title, registration, documentation and license fees vary by situation and are in addition to prices shown. Fuelsch had every southern state covered from freshwater fishing to saltwater and the hunting too. And if we want to stop and fish a spot in the shallows all we have to do is hit a button and down go two poles to hold our position. STATE AND LOCAL LAWS vary; some equipment or engines offered may not be available in some states or may require additional equipment at extra cost.



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