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The next Warrior

  • Joe Jarl
    Participant
    SW Wright County
    Posts: 850
    #1966033

    Warrior’s next release.
    V238

    beardly
    Participant
    Hastings, Mn
    Posts: 355
    #1966040

    I need to win the lottery

    dirk-w.
    Participant
    Minnesota
    Posts: 408
    #1966041

    125k fully rigged? Spend it you got it.

    gimruis
    Participant
    Plymouth, MN
    Posts: 7883
    #1966047

    125k fully rigged? Spend it you got it.

    Holy crap. That’s enough to give a guy a heart attack.

    Joe Jarl
    Participant
    SW Wright County
    Posts: 850
    #1966060

    I haven’t seen any pricing, just speculation. Other speculation is that it could be rated for 450hp. A Merc 450 is right around $60k itself, so I don’t think it is a stretch to expect a fully rigged setup well north of 100k. Don’t see myself in one anytime soon, but it is nice to see the manufacturers pushing the limits.

    mojogunter
    Participant
    Posts: 2714
    #1966062

    I would have thought they would have a demo made that they would release pictures of rather than this, but maybe anticipation is better

    Dean Marshall
    Participant
    Chippewa Falls WI /Ramsey MN
    Posts: 5822
    #1966072

    Covid delayed everything as many of us have come to realize… no pricing announced yet….

    Gitchi Gummi
    Participant
    Posts: 1222
    #1966081

    125k fully rigged? Spend it you got it.

    man, I better start looking for a new hobby. The way boat prices have been going, I’m not going to be able to afford a boat eventually. But then again, I’m the type of guy who lives debt free (besides mortgage) and only pay for what I can afford with cash.

    mojogunter
    Participant
    Posts: 2714
    #1966091

    You don’t need to buy the new warrior to enjoy fishing. Fishing on water or ice can be as cheap or pricey as one wants to make it.

    <div class=”d4p-bbt-quote-title”>dirk-w. wrote:</div>
    125k fully rigged? Spend it you got it.

    man, I better start looking for a new hobby. The way boat prices have been going, I’m not going to be able to afford a boat eventually. But then again, I’m the type of guy who lives debt free (besides mortgage) and only pay for what I can afford with cash.

    Francis K
    Participant
    Champlin, MN
    Posts: 814
    #1966094

    Only curious as I do not know; what segment is a boat like this marketed for? Will this boat fill a void that other boats can’t fill?

    dirk-w.
    Participant
    Minnesota
    Posts: 408
    #1966098

    Only curious as I do not know; what segment is a boat like this marketed for? Will this boat fill a void that other boats can’t fill?

    IMO its the next step. It would -I think- be the largest walleye big water boat on the market. Would compete with the Ranger 622 and Nitro ZV21. Those that want the biggest and baddest walleye boat on the market????

    shady5
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    Posts: 491
    #1966104

    Only curious as I do not know; what segment is a boat like this marketed for? Will this boat fill a void that other boats can’t fill?

    I’m wondering the same thing. 24’ seems to be getting out of the conventional walleye boat market. That’s getting into the ‘great lakes’ fishing boat arena and there’s some pretty stiff competition there (Grady, Sportcraft, Whaler, etc, etc, etc).

    McCloud
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    Posts: 104
    #1966111

    Will it come in a tiller Model? It’s all about boat control isn’t it?

    jbg1219
    Participant
    NW Iowa
    Posts: 462
    #1966115

    I am looking forward to the day when they start making a 17-18 foot full winsheild 150 HP model again. At my age I am starting to kick around the possibility of a new boat, however storage concerns are real and I dont want to spend 40K on a garage to store some of these boats in. I know a bigger boat a better ride, but an 18 foot glass boat will ride good enough. I just hope the 19 foot tin boat I just bought will keep me happy for a couple years, but I have my doubts.

    Joe Jarl
    Participant
    SW Wright County
    Posts: 850
    #1966127

    I am looking forward to the day when they start making a 17-18 foot full winsheild 150 HP model again.

    I’m hoping they don’t stop making the 1898. Although I’d like to see it with jump seats.

    Rodwork
    Participant
    Farmington, MN
    Posts: 2427
    #1966142

    I am looking forward to the day when they start making a 17-18 foot full winsheild 150 HP model again.

    x2
    The big boats are great for big water but you can’t get them on small lakes.

    Gitchi Gummi
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    Posts: 1222
    #1966145

    The big boats are great for big water but you can’t get them on small lakes.

    Plus some of these bigger boats aren’t feasible to tow with a half ton long term/long distances. Not a huge deal if you already have a 3/4 ton I guess.

    slawrenz
    Participant
    Twin Cities
    Posts: 198
    #1966149

    Gotta have the Top of the Heap type boat because it puts you in the ball game with the others like Ranger, it adds credibility and helps sell the other boats in your line.

    In other words, once you have a boat that can handle the 450, it makes a 300 seem much more reasonable.

    mojogunter
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    Posts: 2714
    #1966151

    I doubt it will be rated for a 450R, but a 400 for sure. The 450R is 53K just for the motor and no warranty, but time will tell.

    Gotta have the Top of the Heap type boat because it puts you in the ball game with the others like Ranger, it adds credibility and helps sell the other boats in your line.

    In other words, once you have a boat that can handle the 450, it makes a 300 seem much more reasonable.

    Dean Marshall
    Participant
    Chippewa Falls WI /Ramsey MN
    Posts: 5822
    #1966162

    It will be rated for 450. More so for future motors perhaps coming….
    I dont expect anyone to go beyond 400 currently with the motors offered as of today.

    shady5
    Participant
    Posts: 491
    #1966170

    In other words, once you have a boat that can handle the 450, it makes a 300 seem much more reasonable.

    True, but how crazy is it that a 300 will be run of the mill?! I remember when a 150 turned heads…

    Dean Marshall
    Participant
    Chippewa Falls WI /Ramsey MN
    Posts: 5822
    #1966176

    <div class=”d4p-bbt-quote-title”>slawrenz wrote:</div>
    In other words, once you have a boat that can handle the 450, it makes a 300 seem much more reasonable.

    True, but how crazy is it that a 300 will be run of the mill?! I remember when a 150 turned heads…

    Hah, I remember when a 50 was CRAZY ! ;]

    Ripjiggen
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    Posts: 5808
    #1966177

    And I remember when you had to be rich to own a cell phone.

    Musky Ed
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    Posts: 465
    #1966257

    That’s really getting out there on length. I have a WX2200, and I love that boat, fantastic ride, and all around fantastic fishing platform. Excels at Lake Michigan trolling, but one thing I really don’t like with a 22′ boat, is the length of a trailer for a 22′ boat. It does create some issues at some boat ramps with parking. While you fit for the most part in the parking spots, I am real careful as to where I park, so that I have room to maneuver if I need to back out of a crowded spot.That extra 2′ of length over a 20′ boat trailer makes a real difference. Would not want another foot and a half of trailer length at some ramps I go to. Gotta believe it would be a really comfortable and safe fishing platform though. I could see this as a great boat for guides with 3 or more clients. Looking forward to seeing it, should be real nice.

    mxskeeter
    Participant
    SW Wisconsin
    Posts: 3516
    #1966295

    <div class=”d4p-bbt-quote-title”>Francis K wrote:</div>
    Only curious as I do not know; what segment is a boat like this marketed for? Will this boat fill a void that other boats can’t fill?

    IMO its the next step. It would -I think- be the largest walleye big water boat on the market. Would compete with the Ranger 622 and Nitro ZV21. Those that want the biggest and baddest <strong class=”ido-tag-strong”>walleye boat on the market????

    Don’t forget Vexus has a 22 footer rated at 400.

    Phil Ames
    Participant
    Posts: 51
    #1968282

    Will you be able to paint the bottom and put twins on that big boy? That is obviously a Big/Great Lakes boat. Put that dude in a slip then you don’t have to tow it.

    gregl2017
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    Posts: 242
    #1968606

    Man.. that would be an awesome Erie boat!

    This thing would be over 200,000 here in Ontario!! I got a quote for a v208 last year and it was 185,000 before takes and the addons!

    Waxy
    Participant
    Calgary, AB
    Posts: 270
    #1970570

    Man.. that would be an awesome Erie boat!

    This thing would be over 200,000 here in Ontario!! I got a quote for a v208 last year and it was 185,000 before takes and the addons!

    Holy!

    Who’s your dealer?

    You need to shop around. That price is absolutely out to lunch!

    gregl2017
    Participant
    Posts: 242
    #1976625

    Hi Waxy,

    We don’t have any Ontario Warrior dealers. I told the wife as soon as our dollar is stronger , you’d better expect a WX2060 or Warrior v208 in the driveway. HAHAHA!

    Waxy
    Participant
    Calgary, AB
    Posts: 270
    #1976804

    Hi Waxy,

    We don’t have any Ontario Warrior dealers. I told the wife as soon as our dollar is stronger , you’d better expect a WX2060 or Warrior v208 in the driveway. HAHAHA!

    They’re working on that, they’d like to have some dealers setup in MB and ON.

    In the meantime, you can try Anchor Marine in Swift Current, SK, a couple of the dealers just across the border from you, or send Dean Marshall right here on IDO a message and I’m sure he’ll treat you right.

    Waxy

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