Our mission is to be the premier bass boat outlet for listings and buyers. We believe if customers can’t find it, it doesn’t exist. Whether you need to sell your bass boat or are looking to buy a bass boat, It’s simple! We give boats exposure so buyers shop and sellers list. $1,000 to the Highest Finishing PHOENIX MLF BONUS member in a Toyota Series Event if the winner is not a Qualified Phoenix Boat Owner regardless of being the original owner or model year of boat Co-anglers or team partners are not eligible for consideration even though he\/she may own a Phoenix Boat. Team sanctioned events will be counted only toward the owner of the Phoenix Boat \u2013 only one contingency payout will be awarded.Only the registered Phoenix Boat owner who is the first place winner of an event that has been approved and listed on the Phoenix Boats website is eligible for payment. Big fish and other awards will not count.$35,000 Bonus for winning a Toyota Series Event as a Qualified Phoenix Boat Owner. To be a Qualified Phoenix Boat Owner, you MUST be the Original Owner of a 2019 or Newer Model Year
The PHOENIX MLF BONUS is an independent program and separate from Phoenix First Flight, while some guidelines will carry over between the two programs, they are not one in the same.Payout for non-original owner or boat prior to 2020 Model Year in the Phoenix Bass Fishing League events will move to the $2,500 PHOENIX MLF BONUS Payout
Payout for the Highest Finisher for PHOENIX MLF BONUS in Phoenix Bass Fishing League does not require original ownership and does not have any model year or motor size restrictions.Phoenix Boats MUST receive your 2023 Phoenix First Flight Registration Form and fee PRIOR to the tournament date to be eligible. This program will run the entire calendar year from Jan 1, 2023, to Dec 31, 2023.$35,000 Bonus for winning a Tackle Warehouse Invitationals Regular Season Event as a Qualified Phoenix Boat Owner. To be a Qualified Phoenix Boat Owner, you MUST be the Original Owner of a 2019 or Newer Model YearPhoenix Boats logo on tournament shirt must be across full front of shirt, minimum size 12\u2033x1.75\u2033. Winners will be required to provide Phoenix Boats with a photo of themselves on stage.
*Tier One Eligibility & Payout automatically moves to Tier Two Eligibility & Payout if your Phoenix Boat is a 2019 and prior model year boat and\/or if you are not the original owner.Phoenix Boats logo on tournament shirt must be across full front of shirt, minimum size 12\u2033x1.75\u2033 and must be worn on stage during tournament weigh-ins. Phoenix Boats reserves the right to change, modify, enhance, or terminate the Phoenix First Flight program at any time. Participants are responsible for regularly reviewing these terms and conditions.In addition to higher payouts for Phoenix Bass Fishing League and Toyota Series tournaments, the PHOENIX MLF BONUS program will also be paying HIGHEST FINISHER if the winner of the tournament is not a Qualified Phoenix Boat Owner.Boat Trader works with thousands of boat dealers and brokers to bring you one of the largest collections of Phoenix 518 pro boats on the market. You can also browse boat dealers to find a boat near you today. There are currently 28 listings available on Boat Trader by both private sellers and professional boat dealers. The oldest boat was built in 2023 and the newest model is 2024. The starting price is $45,995, the most expensive is $45,995, and the average price of $45,995. Related boats include the following models: 721 Pro Xp, 921 ELITE and 920 Elite.
At age 59, Clouse is chasing a dream he’s had since age 14, back in the days when he’d listen to Jack Buck and Mike Shannon bring to life the stellar plays of Lou Brock and Joe Torre, not on television or a live web stream – but through the simplicity of a radio.
This week won’t be nearly as much about spawners, but instead, cranking shell bars in 10-feet of water with a Strike King 5XD, and tossing a Cotton Cordell Boy Howdy topwater prop bait around the shallows of the St. Johns.Out of the truck steps tall lanky former high school basketball player, Gary Clouse – known best by most bass anglers as the owner and founder of Phoenix Boats. However, make no mistake, Clouse is a Bassmaster Elite Series angler because of his proven ability to catch bass, not because he owns a popular boat company.