Configured for Fisherman – The Jones Brothers base models are fishing friendly – electronic trim tabs, under gunwales rod racks, popup bow lights, cockpit lights and popup cleats are standard. The cockpit is open and uncluttered allowing easy movement and quick cleanup. Plenty of specialty options are available for light tackle and fly fishermen – T-Tops, front casting decks, livewells, console rod tubes and rack systems, and poling platforms.
Family Friendly – Many of the features that make Jones Brothers boats fishing friendly work just as well for families. Trim tabs work wonders for adjusting the ride when passengers and gear aren’t centered in the boat, or you are trying to cut down spray on a choppy day. A forward casting deck can seat a boat-load of kids up front as well as store a lot of beach gear. A console cushion set is usually enough to satisfy the adults on board, and the kids don’t care about cushions – throw a marine bean bag or two onboard for family beach days and you’re covered.
Made to Last – Nearly 20 years ago, Jones Brothers Marine made a commitment to convert to all composite construction. The first several years were spent doing numerous and intensive tests on different materials – not all composites are created equal. Our goal was to select materials with the very best strength, performance and long term durability. Over a three-year period, stringer molds were conceived and engineered. After the plugs and molds were constructed, the new manufacturing processes were tested and refined until the new boats exceeded our own expectations. For over fifteen years, all Jones Brothers Boats have been 100% composite!
Factory Rigged Yamaha Outboards – Our boats are completely assembled at the factory and are delivered with the proven technology of factory installed, dependable Yamaha Outboards.
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Take a Factory Tour
Learn about the Jones Brothers Factory and take a quick slideshow tour. If you’re in the Morehead City area and have time to visit, contact the factory to arrange a tour.