The Crestliner PT 20 is the same 20 foot aluminum bass boat that Jon Cox used to crush the competition in 2016. Every angler is looking for any little edge they can find. Well, our edge is over 20 feet long and it’s all-welded aluminum. Crestliner’s signature hull is lighter and more durable than fiberglass so its shallow draft and rock-solid construction allows you to search for bass in more areas of the water. The low-maintenance inherent in the PT 20 means you can focus on what matters during a tournament: winning.
Grab one of 10 8’6” rods from the center rod locker, and go to work from the spacious bow deck of the PT 20, and you’ll see why it’s one of the best bass boats on the market. It has everything an angler could want in a bow casting platform: a massive deck supported by a 96” beam, commanding comfort of the boat with recessed foot control, space for tools and a large graph and port and starboard rod/gear lockers nearby. With all of these features, you’ll have everything you need to win the day. Once you reel in some trophies, keep them in the 45-gallon aerated stern livewell that’s fully insulated and features a divider and timer to keep your trophies fresh and ready for weigh-in. With comfortable seating options all around the boat and a recessed trolling motor foot control, placing in your next tournament won’t feel quite so arduous.