Bass Boat Ladder

   

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9"

3 Steps

  • Tubular aluminum construction
  • Folds flat for storage
  • 3 steps
Strong aluminum tubing. Ladder hooks over side of boat. 15" wide. 9" hooks. Folds flat for storage. 3-step, 38" length. 250 lb. capacity.
Rated 2.3 out of 5 by 24 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Waste of money Used on my Fisher bass boat and does not work.. The arms that go against the boat are not long enough. The ladder goes in so far against the boat that it is at an angle when getting in. The arms need to be longer and the hooks that go over the gunwalls need to be not so wide. Wishing I could get my money back. August 8, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Climb on board This ladder does the job! Getting in my Bass Tracker 190 from the water could not be easier with this ladder. Just set it up just above the cockpit and you are good to go when swimming off the boat, or if you happen to fall in. The only problem I have is that it is just a tad to big to fit in any of the many compartments on my boat. So I use it when taking the boat out to have fun in and on the water, skiing, or swimming. August 4, 2010
Rated 1 out of 5 by Poor Design The ladder is almost non-functional. We have a 19ft center console so it definitely did not work for us. The ladder is designed for boats that have a thick width on either the front, back or the sides, which we do not. Plus the last stair is too far down in the water to even be useful to get yourself over the edge of the boat. It feels flimsy but its did hold my weight (130lbs) and my husbands (175lbs) but I'm not sure I'd go much higher than that. July 21, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by good investment put on the side of my bass boat and it worked perfect .makes it easy to get in and out April 12, 2010
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This should work fine.
2 years, 8 months ago
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It should fit your boat. This is 15" wide and has a 9" hook. If the size is correct then it will fit a Bayliner.
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i have a nitro z 7 and it fits over the side great
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Is not designed for a specific boat style. Universal so it should fit.
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My husband and I are both over 200 pounds. Will this ladder be strong enough to hold either of us?
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No. It will not work on a Proteam 175. That is what I have and It will not work at all. And it does not matter what weight you are. It follows the angle of the boat once you step on it.
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yes it will, and i weigh 240# ladder works great for me .i put mine on a1996 starcraft 1700 very similar to all bass tracker aluminum bass boats.i bought the 3 step.installed in about 45 min
1 year, 9 months ago
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I weigh 225lbs and I have stood on it several times, yes it will hold you
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i put the same ladder on my z/7 nitro and it works great getting in and out of the boat and dont scratch the side
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FYI- For replacement parts refer to DOTLINE Drifter Marine, Inc. Thanks
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