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Triton Introduces New Fish & Ski Model For 2013

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MURFREESBORO, TENN.– Fishing Holdings, LLC dba Triton Boats (“Triton”), a leading manufacturer of fiberglass and aluminum fishing boats, introduces a new fish & ski model, the 186 Escape. Built on a solid Triton foundation, the 186 Escape was developed to give the entire family a quality boat that can pull skiers or maneuver through the shallows searching for that prized catch.

The new 186 Escape measures 18 feet, 6 inches and features a generously proportioned 100-inch beam, giving the fish & ski platform unmatched stability and added interior space for the entire family. The 186 Escape is rated for 150 hp, which is great for fish or play. Boaters will enjoy the room granted by the 186 Escape along with the smooth ride. With its size, horsepower rating and blend of intuitive fishing features, the 186 Escape is the perfect choice for lake enthusiasts that want quality and dependability from their fish & ski boats.

“The 186 Escape is the perfect choice for the family. The extra-wide beam and the giant center rod storage provide ample room for all the tackle and gear needed by anglers,” said Triton Founder, Earl Bentz. “Also, the oversized storage lockers make the Escape perfect for stowing away inflatables, and the built in ice chest has enough room to take care of the entire family. The new Escape is absolutely the best of both worlds.”

Triton’s new 186 Escape comes with standard features like a tempered-glass wraparound windshield for maximum protection from the elements, huge storage compartments, aerated livewell with recirculation, pumpout, removable trolling-motor mount and insulated cooler and a custom drive-on trailer. The 186 Escape, like Triton’s tournament bass boats, has an advanced hull design that lifts beautifully, planes off quickly and performs reliably by delivering a smooth, dry ride.

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