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Posted By Hawgsrus

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Specialized micro site highlights Ranger's versatility, advantage over aluminum


FLIPPIN, ARK. (January 11, 2012) Multi-species anglers can vary as widely as the fish they pursue, each with a different vision of what constitutes the ultimate fishing platform. For over 40 years, industry-leading boat manufacturer Ranger Boats has listened to this group of anglers and continued to develop some of the strongest multi-species designs on the water.

Recently, Ranger unveiled a completely new section of their award-winning website devoted entirely to multi-species anglers. The new content allows visitors a glimpse into Ranger's heralded design and construction processes as well as a side-by-side look at several models and their multi-species applications.

Launching in advance of the highly anticipated boat-show season, Ranger's new multi-species micro site will be largely devoted to the brand's venerable Fisherman Series and Angler Series boats. Under the site's “Best Built Advantages” section, visitors will learn what sets a Ranger multi-species boat apart from other fiberglass boats and why aluminum boats can't compete with the performance, stability, fishability and resale value of the Fisherman and Angler Series.

In addition to boat specifications, the new Ranger multi-species micro site will also offer a host of videos and other original content as well as owner reviews, media reviews and a section highlighting the features and benefits of Ranger's custom built RangerTrail trailers.

To view the new Ranger Multi-Species micro site, click the banners on the home page or go directly to

About Ranger Boats
Ranger Boats, headquartered in Flippin, Ark., is the nation's largest manufacturer of premium fiberglass fishing boats, including a series of bass, multi-species, fish 'n play and saltwater boats. Founded in 1968 by Forrest L. Wood, Ranger Boats continues its commitment to building the highest quality, strongest performing boats on the water.

Courtesy of Blue Heron Communications/Ranger Boats

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