Where to find bass boats for sale in missouri

If you are looking for a bass boat for sale in Missouri you have many options.
Boat Trader is one of my favorites because they cater right to this particular market. They offer plenty of options for looking at photos and they allow you to be able to browse at your leisure. At the same time you will be able to enjoy contacting people for additional information. The bummer though is that you may find it is harder to narrow down finding something that is close by.

However, if you find a great deal on a bass boat you will find the time to go pick it up. You can also search by specific types of boats. The Tracker model is actually made in Missouri so if you want to go that route you should find plenty of them to select from. They get over 1.6 million people per month looking for boats so there are tons of them.

Those selling them also know what they can reach their market with Boat Trader. If you hate bidding on items then you can just buy it outright. You can also haggle with the seller so that you will be able to get a better price. If you have cash ready to go that may entice them to lower the price. You can see Boat Trader in print as a magazine or you can go online.

I have found eBay is also a great place for you to be able to find a bass boat for sale in Missouri. They have tons of filtering options so you don’t have to sift through all of them. For example you can limit the price, new or used, getting information about location and more. You can look at photos and even offer a counter offer if you feel the listed price is too much.

There are some problems with eBay though when it comes to buying a bass boat. For example you may find that the one you want is also getting the eye of many other people. If it has a buy it now option you can quickly make it your own. Yet the idea of an auction continues to be there so most time it is a bid and then wait on edge to see if you get it or not.

If you go with eBay for a bass boat, determine your top price and stick to it. Don’t get caught up in a bidding war at the end where you end up spending too much for it. Buyer’s remorse can really put a damper on how much fun you will have with your bass boat.

Today though many people aren’t going with eBay. Instead they go to Craigslist so that they don’t have to pay the final sellers fees. As a result a seller can offer the bass boat for a bit less than they would be able to through eBay. For the buyer the place where they can get the best overall deal is very important.

You can also check out local newspapers to see who is listing one of them. There are more of them in the summer than any other time. However, in the winter some people need money for the holidays or they realize they really don’t need that boat after all. Sometimes they are moving and can’t take it along. You can get a great deal on one during the off season and have it ready to do when the temperatures warm up.

Check out bulletin boards too when you go to bait shops or to sporting goods stores. Many of them will offer information about various bass boats for sale. You can jot down the phone number or tear off those convenient strips they often place along the bottom of such advertisements to follow up on the item.

If you are looking for a new bass boat in the Missouri area you will find plenty of great suppliers. There is the Tracker business that can often offer lower prices due to them being made right there in the area. You can also go to various sporting good stores that carry a wide selection. Many of them even offer in house financing on new models so that you can get a low monthly payment.

Regardless of where you look for a bass boat for sale in Missouri, you want to make sure you don’t get scammed. Use online payments methods such as PayPal so you have a way to get your money back if there is a problem. If you buy the bass boat in person get a bill of sale (you can create one on your computer at home) and make sure it is signed by the seller. You can also pay with a check so you have some way to document your purchase.


Dan Eggertsen is a fellow bass fishing enthusiast to the point of obsession. :) He's been providing solid advice on bass fishing since 2004.

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