The new Savage 385 Jabiru Pro is ready for a challenge

Whether estuary fishing or trolling the dam, the new Savage Jabiru Pro range will be sure to impress even the most seasoned fisherman and is ready for any challenge the day might hold.                

The first off the ranks in the new plate sided Jabiru Pro range is the 385 Jabiru Pro, which combines plenty of great fishing features with a unique design to produce a truly versatile boat.

The 385 Jabiru Pro now features plate 2mm topsides giving this new model a more slimline and modern appearance.

Typically a v-nosed punt, the 385 Jabiru Pro offers a great deal of stability at rest and while underway and can be operated at a smaller horsepower to save on money and petrol.

Rated to a maximum 30HP and capable of seating four people, this new model has a host of options to suit individual requirements. 

Featuring a stable front casting platform, full length rod storage pocket with carpeted lid and two rod holders, the 385 Jabiru is a top catch for the recreational or competition fisher.

National Account Manager Ryan Dewson said the new Jabiru Pro range has been designed around fishing, for the eager fisherman in all of us.

“The 385 Jabiru Pro and two other models in the range could easily be set up to be a competition fishing boat, whether bream or bass is the catch of choice,” Cameron said.

“Being only 3.85 metres in length, this model is small enough to go places that other bigger boats have never explored before, leaving the fish for the taking.”

The 385 Jabiru Pro can be optioned up to include a painted hull, bimini and envelope and side pocket and also features carpeted flooring and chequer plate deck as standard.

Visit the Savage website at to see more of the new Jabiru Pro range including the 385 Jabiru Pro.