ABOUT FX

FX Series fishing boats are unlike any other boats in the world. They are true multi-species masterpieces from 17 to 20 feet. Every FX is built with revolutionary VEC® hull technology that’s more than traditional fiberglass brands and far superior to aluminum fishing boats. Take one look at FX and you’ll want to own one. Own one and you’ll never fish from anything else.

FX Crushes Aluminum 5 REASONS WHY

A DRIER, MORE solid RIDE

There's no "tin slap" in an FX. Instead, you experience firm responsiveness that doesn't knock your fillings loose in big waves. Aluminum boats are also notorious for soaking you with spray. FX hulls have reverse chines and flared sides to kick waves and spray down and away.

SUPERIOR resale VALUE

Demand is higher for a used FX – which is fully covered with a Lifetime Limited Structural Warranty that is transferable to a second owner.* That’s great peace of mind and a big plus when you choose to sell and get into another new FX.

*TRANSFERABLE WARRANTY For optimum resale value, the Larson FX warranty is transferable to a second owner for a nominal transfer fee of $500. The transferred structural warranty extends coverage to the second owner for the balance of 10 years from the date of the original owner's purchase. For factory-installed, non-structural components, coverage remains for the balance of two years from the date of the original owner's purchase.

FINER FIT, finish AND FUNCTION

There’s simply no comparison when you look at an FX next to aluminum. They are polished perfection. Aluminum hulls have sharp seams that get drilled, riveted and welded – all potential stress points for leakage.

A MORE fishable LAYOUT

Compare FX to aluminum boats for spaciousness and storage. You'll see that our layouts are more fishing friendly. Plus, FX infuses 4-pound flotation foam vs. the 2-pound foam that some aluminum builders use.

BETTER BACKTROLLING AND BOAT control

With our exact, computer-designed keels and strakes, you’ll enjoy superior boat control vs. aluminum – and better control equals more time in the fish “strike zone.”