Oct 24, 2022

Lowe Boats 2023 ModelsLowe Boats, a leading manufacturer of high-quality, full-featured aluminum boats, has announced the redesigned fast and stylish 2023 Stinger 8-Series bass boats, perfect for the amateur or professional tournament angler.

Built on a cross-lock stringer system, the 2023 Stinger 8-Series boasts a strong foundation offering anglers a stable ride, rigid flooring, and a lifetime of durability. Additionally, the 2023 lineup includes a complete refresh of Lowe’s most feature-packed models, all designed with the highest-grade components in the industry. Everything from the vessels’ seats to the roomy casting deck and rod storage were built with the express purpose of providing the most high-quality tournament-level aluminum bass boats with the premium features that will help fishing enthusiasts compete – and win. New for the 2023 lineup is the sealed storage throughout, which incorporates a raised sealing surface, rigid doors, and foam padding in the interior for nearly water-proof storage compartments offering a premium look and a quiet ride.

“Our new Stinger 8-Series is our most impressive lineup yet, with some of the most advanced features we have ever put into our aluminum boats,” said Greg Falkner, General Manager, Lowe Boats. “We’re incredibly excited to bring this new line to our dedicated anglers and help them usher in a new era of fishing capability.”

With models ranging from 17’10” to 19’10” feet, the Stinger 8-Series is built from bow to stern to be an intuitive and comfortable platform, with nothing to separate an angler from their prey. With amenities such as a 36-gallon aerated, recirculated livewell; spacious center storage accommodating 12 rods and up to 18 tackleboxes; premium driver, passenger, and fore and aft tournament seats; and a tournament-style fiberglass console and optional matching passenger console, these boats have been manufactured with upward scalability in mind. Additionally, the shallow-draft pad hull is a fast-planing design for unparalleled speed and comfort.

Customizable features include Lowrance HDS Live fishfinders, Active Target Sonar, optional trolling motors, center cooler, step box, LED lighting for the deck and storage compartments, jack plates, and the ability to install shallow water anchors to further enhance the experience. Lowe Stinger 8-Series is powered by Mercury Marine with a 150 maximum horsepower rating offering award-winning performance and reliability. The new Stinger 8-Series will be available through Lowe’s network of dealers. To learn more about the Stinger 8-Series lineup, visit https://www.loweboats.com/fishing/mod-v/stinger8-bass-boats.html.

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