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Fish Cat Streamer XL-IR

$849.00

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No fish is too far.

Whether you're tired of being stuck on shore or want to access those primo spots on your local river, the Fish Cat Streamer XL-IR pontoon boat will get you to where the fishing is good. Designed for anglers under 200 pounds, the Streamer XL-IR has an overall load capacity of 300lb, making it suitable for full days on the river and overnight angling adventures. Two 16-inch diameter pontoons will navigate rivers and lakes, while the tough six-piece steel frame provides a solid platform from which to cast and paddle. The boat comes equipped with two six-foot oars and comes standard with a mounting plate for a motor. Two gear pouches will hold all the tackle, food, and beverages you'll need throughout day, so you won't have to waste valuable daylight paddling to shore to re-stock on supplies.

  • 8ft length
  • Vinyl air bladders with PVC cover
  • Welded seams
  • Steel frame
  • Fixed seat and foot rests
  • Oars included
  • Two side storage compartments
  • Rear storage deck
  • Item #FCT000C

Hull Material
[outer fabric] 1000 PVC, [air bladder] vinyl
Length
8 ft
Width
54 in
Tube Diameter
16 in
Air Chambers
2
Maximum Load
300 lb
Claimed Weight
63 lb
Recommended Use
fishing
Manufacturer Warranty
10 years

Tech Specs

California Proposition 65

Warning:

This product can expose you to chemicals including Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP), which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

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>Rating: 4

Solid boat

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

So far so good, I made a few modifications to mount my fish finder on the frame. I went ahead and bought the diamond plated aluminum piece that sits behind the seat to mount my battery . I have not used the oars as of yet because I use fins and a trolling motor. It needs to be pumped up all the way to carry all the weight of my gear but I'm happy.