November 03, 2010
War Eagle's 861 Predator is built on an 18-degree V-hull, which gives it an unbelievably smooth ride. The deeper V and high sides keeps the boat from being pushed around on windy days.
The 861 has War Eagle's acclaimed wings transom design for the best maneuverability and handling. The hull has a reverse chine, making it easy to turn. It is rated for engines up to 115 horsepower. The boat boasts plenty of storage, including two insulated ice chests, dry storage under seats and added bow storage.
The interior has recessed drink holders, large seating areas and a low front deck for comfort. The console includes full instrumentation, no-feedback steering and a windshield. All War Eagle models are available in seven licensed camouflage patterns.War Eagle is offering the 648LDV in NatGear camouflage.
The duck-hunting model features a low front deck and a rear cross-seat. It can be arranged with pods to replace the more traditional rear cross-seat, leaving the center of the boat open for equipment or to run a mud motor. The LDV comes standard with a base plate, cross-seat, ¼-inch center keel and an 8-degree V-hull.
The 648 features a long, narrow hull, making it perfect for shallow-water applications. The craft is constructed from .100-inch-thick aluminum.
Contact: War Eagle; (870) 367-1554; www.wareagleboats.com