Fuel Costs?

 

Most towing vehicles - SUVs and trucks - get about 12-15 mpg while pulling a bass boat or bay boat to and from the lake. It can cost $15 - $35 just to get there.

- BUT -

once you're there, bass boats and bay boats get no more than 2-3 miles per gallon of gas - making it cost-prohibitive to travel any great distance on the water.

Unless you're independently wealthy - and few of us are - you've probably considered taking out a 2nd mortgage, raiding the kids' college fund, or cashing in your IRA just so you can go fishing.

 

Is there any good news?

You betcha!

RIVER HAWK boats

get

GREAT GAS MILEAGE!

Even our larger boats:
B-60 Pro Casters

and

B-60 Kingfish Editions

get 15 mpg

- or better -

running wide open throttle on

15 HP - 20 HP outboard motors.

That's  at least

45 - 50 miles

on a single 3 gallon tank!

When was the last time you were able to run from one end of Lake Lanier to the other - and back - for $8 in gas?

 

We're seeing a lot of existing boat owners selling their bigger boats or adding a smaller River Hawk boat so they can afford to fish - and in the process discovering, or rediscovering the joys of small boat fishing. After all, fishing isn't just a pastime, it's a passion and a necessity for many of us.

STOP WISHING - START FISHING

RIVER HAWK BOATS