|About||Since 2003, Tracker Boat Center at Bass Pro Shops Savannah has been delivering the perfect day on the water or in the woods.|
The Perfect Day on the Water
What would your perfect day on the water be like? It might be stalking the creeks and sounds looking for tailing redfish or schooling seatrout, or breaking the waves of the GulfStream chasing down dolphin and wahoo. Maybe you love casting for bass on the Savannah River, or catching redbreast on the Ogeechee. Or perhaps you prefer cruising the rivers and lakes entertaining friends and family, or ripping up the wake on a wakeboard. Whatever your perfect day on the water may be, we have the right boat for you- and our knowledgable staff are here to make sure you find the ideal one.
Tracker Boat Center Savannah
Since 2003, Tracker Boat Center at Bass Pro Shops Savannah has been delivering the perfect day on the water. Our staff lives the lifestyle, and understands the needs of boaters in the Coastal Empire and Low Country. We get to work in a place where we can talk about our love of fishing, hunting, and watersports! Plus, you have the peace of mind knowing our well-rounded Power Pros at Tracker Service Center can take care of your boat right here. This is home-town service with the backing of the #1 selling boat company in the world!
ATVs and UTVs
We are also avid hunters, and we sell a full line up of Arctic Cat ATVs, Bad Boy Buggy UTVs, as well as our Grizzly utility and hunting boats. We have all the accessories and parts to customize every unit and make it perfect for you. We even service ATV's and UTV's as well!
No Hassle No Haggle Pricing
Back in 1978, when Johnny Morris founded Tracker Boats with the first Bass Tracker, we made a promise to our customers: that we would sell each boat for the same price at every dealership. The No Hassle No Haggle price is a guarantee that the price you see in the catalog, on the internet, and in each store is the same. Other dealers mark the price of their boats up because they anticipate haggling- which results in a customer not knowing if they got the best deal possible. We NEVER mark our boats