On the hull, Ranger’s welds are smoother than a row of nickels — the welder’s standard for an even melding of metal. Inside, the deck sports four swivel bucket seats and a fishing-seat socket on both the fore and aft fishing decks. Fiberglass parts include sleekly designed dual consoles for captain and passenger, borrowed from Ranger’s popular Reata line. Also check out the tool holder at the bow, which houses a large sonar chart plotter. Lift the small hatch at the bow to reveal a fiberglass compartment that holds the trolling motor’s foot pedal. Aft, there’s a fiberglass tackle holder that’s both functional and good-looking. And, as with all of Ranger’s fiberglass boats, the hollows beneath the deck are filled with foam to add rigidity, emergency buoyancy, and a softer, quieter ride.