The TRACKER Pro Team 195 TXW will change the way you think about aluminum bass boats.
The reasons are improved construction technologies and advanced designs, like what you find with the Revolution™ hull with a variable deadrise for a smooth, dry ride. The hull features a 10-degree angle at the transom for stability, and a sharper 16-degree angle at the bow for slicing through chop. There is even a POWER-TRAC™ set-back transom that sends undisturbed water to the prop so it gets a better bite for even better performance and handling.
Solid, quality construction is another reason to be confident in this aluminum boat. TRACKER is the only aluminum fishing boat manufacturer using robotic welding for the stringers and transoms that form the foundation and backbone of the boat. This produces consistent, high-quality welds and better fitting systems, which make hulls stronger, last longer and perform better.
Precision welds are only as good as the materials used to create the bond. Like a house with a well-built foundation, the hull of the Pro Team 195 TXW is made from marine-grade aluminum. Then, a full-length longitudinal stringer system, box beam transom, keel and hull supports and the bulkheads are welded together. This means all the parts critical to the hull’s structural integrity are welded together as one unifying structure.
What else helps the noticeably smooth ride is the amount of expanding foam injected into the hull cavities to deaden the sound, increase the structural stability of the entire unitized body and absorb the shock of choppy water.
Another reason the TRACKER Pro Team 195 TXW is a challenger for fiberglass rigs is its looks. You wouldn’t expect such a well-built boat to be wrapped in a dull aluminum finish, like some rigs might be. This boat shines and sparkles, much like a fiberglass boat, from the TRACKER Diamond Coat™ finish. It’s a multilayer, powder-coat finish that is three times harder, up to four times thicker and keeps its color up to 20 times longer than traditional liquid paint.
Aluminum bass boats have made a comeback in even high-level leagues, like the Bassmaster Elite Series. Performance is a big reason, thanks to maximum recommended ratings of up to 150 horsepower. That provides plenty of speed for tournaments, or for anglers just wanting to spend more time fishing and less time moving between spots. When you don’t feel the need for speed, you save more money at the gas pump, because the boat can reach greater speeds with less horsepower.
The TRACKER Pro Team 195 TXW is designed with a layout meant to be tournament ready, or just with plenty of storage for the everyday angler. For one, the bow deck offers 39 square foot of casting space. Plus, there are six storage compartments—two below the aft deck for tackle boxes, two at the bow deck for rods (9’ baitcasting/8’ spinning!), another at the bow deck with a tackle organizer and a center seat compartment. There’s also a cooler under the step to the bow deck.
A lighted 27-gallon aerated, timer-controlled livewell comes with a removable divider and has recirculation and overflow drain.
The TRACKER Pro Team 195 TXW is factory rigged with a Mercury® outboard, Minn Kota® trolling motor and Lowrance® fishfinder. What is more, the rig rides on a custom-fit trailer with GALVASHIELD® Impact corrosion and protection from road chipping.
THE BIG DECISION
You can see the TRACKER Pro Team 195 TXW and NITRO Z18 at your nearest Bass Pro Shops/Cabela's Boating Center. You’ll also find friendly sales consultants who, like you, are probably avid boaters and even bass anglers. Find the boats, swap ideas and needs and find everything else you need to go boating under one roof.