Jet Boats in Shallow Water
Mengel, bass fishing guide and fishing television host takes his new
boat out on the Susquehanna River and Delaware River, guiding clients
to some of the largest, feistiest smallies in Pennsylvania.
On Backwoods Angler TV, Blaine uses this G3 and others to take viewers
to the skinniest rivers, largest lakes and even some hidden hotspots of
Getting to the backwoods, where fish are abundant and
competition is scarce, has never been easier. The 1860 CCJ DLX is a jet
tunnel hull that can deliver on that promise. This light, shallow
running hull will take you to places other fishermen fear to tread.
Need more of the best? Check out the size and comfort of the 1860 CCJ
DLX. The CCJ jet models have weight-forward console positions to keep
the draft as shallow as possible, and a large livewell to hold the fish
only you could find.!
Longer, wider and deeper, the new 1860 DLX hull accommodates
all of the features that sportsmen demand in a workhorse jon boat.
Massive livewell capacity, large lockable storage and a mid-ship
fuel tank that makes these weight-forward designs smooth running and
The 1860 CC DLX, with over 45 gallons of livewell capacity,
has a place for baitfish, as well as large stripers or catfish.
G3 Deluxe jons are the sportsman's choice for demanding adventures.