On-The-Water Insights & More
Three weeks ago I picked up my new Reata 1750. My wife wanted a bow rider and I wanted a fishing boat. We spent weeks looking at many different brands and models. Then we found the Reata. I feel no compromise and my wife is very happy with it. Congratulations to the designers at Ranger! You hit one out of the park with the Reata 1750. It has a great fishing set up that quickly turns into a bow rider. I did all the research and honestly, nothing else comes close. Quality of materials and craftsmanship shines on every square inch of my new Ranger.

While all that is nice, here's the best part. My very first day brought 3 compliments from people I didn't even know. While launching for the first time, I got a "nice looking rig" from a complete stranger! Out on the lake while drifting, I got a "Great boat" from a second stranger. On the way home, I stopped to gas up my truck, and got a "wow, what a pretty boat" from the fellow behind the counter. Folks, that makes pride of ownership really easy.

Thanks for building the perfect boat. I will NEVER even consider owning a different brand. You've got a customer for life.

Jim H.
I made the move from a bay boat to a brand new 1750 Reata. LOVE IT! So comfortable, well made, and so much attention to detail in this boat.

Patrick C.
My wife and I purchased our 1750 Reata switching from a 19' aluminum boat for more versatility. I was skeptical because we live in the Pacific Northwest and fish year round for multiple species as well as duck hunt. Our Ranger has far surpassed my expectations for rough water and toughness. The gelcoat still looks brand new every summer when we shift gears to wakeboarding and tubing, which is my son's favorite feature of the boat. This boat really changed my opinion surrounding fiberglass boats.

Brian M.
I wanted a new bass boat, while my wife wanted a deep V made her feel safe. My Ranger dealer had the answer. The Reata 1750 is both. My wife and I both love the boat for our own reasons. It has a ton of storage, great layout, hole shot and top end speed to please me while my wife feels safe and sound. It provides a stable, dry ride even when the lake is white capping. Paired with a 115 Yamaha four stroke its quiet and easy on fuel. We couldn't be happier with our purchase. Keep up the good work Ranger!

Glenn H.
Just bought a new Reata 1750 with a 150 Optimax. WOW, what a boat! Comfortable for a day out with the family or walleye fishing with the guys. I love my Ranger!

Shane H.

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