Hello usedboatyard readers! It’s always great to see another American boat manufacturer expanding the options for dealers and consumers. The Larson Boat Group has made many changes from a new president of their organization to a revamped website and now, new models! Usedboatyard.com loves to see these changes coming in the middle of the Summer season! Contact your local Larson dealer and schedule a test drive of some of their newest boats!
Little Falls, Minnesota (July 11, 2012) — Larson Boat Group has announced the introduction of three new 20-foot FX fishing models for 2013.
“The retail success of the 17- and 18-foot FX models encouraged us to expand the line with larger, purpose-built boats for the serious fisherman,” says Al Kuebelbeck, President of Larson Boat Group.
The FX 2020 comes in three distinct tournament-ready layouts: an open tiller (TL), a high- performance side-console (SC), and a roomy dual console (DC). Each model is also available with an optional sport package.
Professional angler Tony Capra called the FX 2020 series “the best multi-species fishing boat on the market today” and “the next generation of performance and reliability.”
“The seating and hull do an incredible job of suppressing waves, and the VEC® Technology gives the FX 2020 one of the nicest rides I have ever experienced,” says Chris Kudek, National Fishing Hall of Fame inductee.
The Larson FX fishing series was introduced at the 2012 Larson Dealer Meeting last September.
“All the models in the FX series offer comfort, performance and optimal fishing features in a tournament-caliber fiberglass boat,” Kuebelbeck says. “Our customers responded well, so we’ve expanded the line to offer the right boat to fit each family.”
About Larson Boat Group:
Larson Boat Group designs, builds and markets 50 models of boats within three brands: Larson, Triumph and Striper. The 100-year-old company sells its boats through dealers located throughout the United States, Canada and worldwide. LBG is a proponent of green manufacturing—Triumph is built with 100% recyclable Roplene, and many Larson and Striper models are made with VEC® Technology, a closed-molded composite lamination process that reduces styrene emissions by up to 90 percent. Larson Boat Group is headquartered in Little Falls, Minn.