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Fish Cat Panther Pontoon

$998.95

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    Looks fishy.

    Epic chironomid hatches, aggressive char, and fat stillwater rainbows are just a paddle away when you head to the lake with your Fish Cat Panther Pontoon. The Panther is Fish Cat's highest capacity pontoon boat, with a load capacity of 400 pounds and a stable nine-foot length that's great for cruising the lake or exploring slow, meandering rivers. The Panther may be big and stable, but it's still nimble for its size, which makes it easy to maneuver into those fishy-looking weed beds and narrow inlets where small creeks feed hungry trout.

    Fish Cat kept the profile of the Panther low, so you won't have to paddle to shore at the first sign of wind rolling across the lake. The frame is a six-piece aluminum setup that can be broken down for easy storage, and the included seat and paddles ensure you stay comfortable as you slip away to your top-secret honey hole. Fish Cat also fit the frame with an anchor system/motor mount attachment point behind the seat, so you can easily accessorize the boat with either a motor or anchor, depending on where you'll be fishing for the day.

    • Four Aire chambers
    • Welded seam construction
    • Summit Two valves
    • 6-piece aluminum frame
    • Adjustable foot bars
    • Seat and oars included
    • Two side pockets
    • Mesh storage deck
    • Anchor system/motor mount attachment included
    • Item #FCT000A

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [AIREcells] vinyl, [covers] 1000D PVC, [frame] aluminum
    Dimensions
    9 x 5 ft
    Number of Seats
    1
    Pockets
    2 side
    Pump Included
    no
    Oars Included
    yes
    Weight Capacity
    400 lb
    Claimed Weight
    67 lb
    Recommended Use
    fly fishing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    5 year limited

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    Great all-rounder for fishing

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    If you're going to split time between lakes and rivers--this boat does both well. The split pontoons on each side provide ample floatation for a big guy and a bunch of gear. Similarly--I've run it on still water with an electric trolling motor and a big marine battery. Although I have not suffered a puncture, knowing something catastrophic would have to happen to multiple bladders before I start sinking is comforting. The big plus to this design is the relatively low profile afforded by the split pontoons on each side--you don't get so blown around on a lake and it certainly tends to track pretty straight on moving water. Recognize that gaining these benefits has a downside--waves on a lake (if there are motor boats) can more easily break over the top of the pontoons getting you or gear damp. And I don't think the split tubes are quite as maneuverable--it may be rocker too--but you can't really spin circles like on most regular pontoon boats and rowing back upstream seems more difficult in this vs a regular pontoon boat. One final comment--operating a tiller type trolling motor is a challenge with the tiller behind you--not a deal breaker but know you'll be making some funny contortions to turn around to adjust speed or direction. And to be fair, most brands of float boats have the tiller mounted behind. On the plus side--because this boat tends to track straighter even on still water, once you get the speed and direction you are after, you can use your fins to make any little adjustments needed before you change direction. Outcast makes solid boats at a good value and this one is no exception.