When you're a marine enthusiast, there's nothing quite like shopping for a boat. I'm sure you're thinking about all of the exciting things your new boat can do. Start by choosing a brand that's known for quality, reliability, and performance. You'll find a great selection of Skeeter® boats for sale in San Angelo, TX, at Proline Marine. Learn more about our company, then come see what we have to offer.
Skeeter Company History
Skeeter bass boats were first built by Holmes Thurmond in Shreveport, LA in 1948. Their long, needle-shaped noses resembled mosquitoes. Many more achievements followed for Skeeter boats in the following decades. One of the company's first products was fiberglass boats. Also, the tri-hull design made it easier to control bigger boats.
Skeeter boats went to the next level in the 1990s. Many of the company's boats were used in popular fishing tournaments around the country. Around this time, the first saltwater boats were released. Furthermore, the company focused on using more modern technology to launch their boats into the future.
The Skeeter Difference
What's changed over the past 70 years? Some very impressive firsts have been achieved by Skeeter boats. As well as developing the first bass boat, the company also developed the first one approved by the Coast Guard. Let's not forget the V-hull pad design, closed transoms without splashwalls, etc.
The first thing you'll notice about Skeeter boats is how fast and agile they are. Each hull design is carefully developed for flawless handling and superior control with improved console technology. Whether you're a dedicated angler or a casual cruiser, Skeeter boats have something for you.
In addition, the company's commitment to building better vessels extends to every step of the process. We start with the design, build the boat, and release it to the market.
You've already picked out your favorite Proline fishing gear and are counting down the days until your awesome new reel arrives - but will you be ready to go fishing, even when you've got all the gear? Many new fishermen and women do not realize that all 50 states require a license to fish in public bodies of water. Luckily, the process is easy, affordable, and can often be done online, right from the comfort of your own home.
Visit Proline Marine for all your fishing and trolling motor needs.