2010 Ranger 621SVS Fisherman When it comes to dominating the rough stuff, the Ranger 621SVS Fisherman leads the way. With over 21 feet of reinforced fiberglass muscle, a 94 12-inch beam, and up to 250 horses of available outboard power, this rig’s been called the biggest, baddest walleye boat on the water. Designed with a 25-inch transom height, the 621 is an ideal match for the new four stroke power plants. It carries an incredible 55 gallons of fuel capacity and the central positioning of the tank helps create an even smoother re-entry in the roughest waters. The balanced weight distribution also works hand-in-hand with the Rite-Track Keel design for easier maneuverability and extremely solid tracking. The large decks and spacious interior literally dwarf other rigs. Gear storages are also large and include oversized openings and key lock anheft.
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|Seller Type||Private Party|
|Location||Lennox, SD, USA|
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