Lund Boats Launches 2022 Renegade Series with Industry-First Features in the Mod-V Bass Boat Category

Lund Boats Renegade Series

Nov 15, 2021

Building on a legacy of performance and durability, Lund Boats has announced the redesigned 2022 Renegade Series with unique features designed to appeal to anglers of all levels.

The Renegade’s redesigned Mod-V hull offers improved big-water performance and stability; the updated design also features two aft jump seats – an industry-first in the Mod-V bass boat category.

“The redesigned 2022 Renegade Series represents a ground-breaking design within the bass boat category, offering exclusive features designed to elevate the on-water experience,” said Dan Anonen, Product Manager, Lund Boats. “We sought feedback from customers, pros, dealers and partners and couldn’t be more excited to bring the all-new Renegade Series to the marketplace as an industry pioneer in the Mod-V category.”

Available in three sizes – the refreshed 1775 and 1875 and all-new 1975 – the Renegade Mod-V is geared toward bass, crappie, and musky fishing. The Renegade features the industry-first four-seat cockpit design with two aft jump seats (available in the 1875 and 1975 models); a large bow and aft casting deck with ample storage; a redesigned Mod-V hull that is slightly sharper at the bow and flatter at the stern for a shallow draft and fast performance; water-resistant, gasketed rod, gear and tackle storage; a redesigned console with optimized electronics placement; and is powered by a 50 HP – 150 HP Mercury Marine outboard engine offering award-winning performance and durability.

For more information on the Lund Renegade, contact your nearest Lund dealer or visit lundboats.com.

 

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