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Outcast Fish Cat Streamer XL-IR Pontoon Boat(1357002)
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Outcast Fish Cat Streamer XL-IR Pontoon Boat - Have the ability to not only be above the water for better casting but also have the ability to maneuver quickly with this smaller pontoon boat.
Outcast Fish Cat Streamer XL-IR Pontoon Boat - This lightweight and smaller pontoon boat by Outcast is the perfect fit for anglers needing to navigate through smaller rivers or ponds and need the ability to be responsive when using the oars or fins. Due to its lightweight frame and compact pontoons this boat is the ultimate portable solution.
- Inflated size: 54in x 8ft
- Tube diameter: 16in
- Fabric: 500 PVC / 500 PVC
- Seam construction: Sewn
- Valve type: Summit II
- Weight: 63lb
- Load capacity: 300lb
- Frame: 6-piece steel
- Anchor system: Included
- Motor mount: Included
- Oar type: 6ft 2-piece
- 5 year warranty
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Pros-Floats well, Good steering, Good space to hold many items,Lightweight, Stores well,Easy to assemble.
Cons-Wind kicks it around a lot,
Product: Outcast fish cat streamer Xl-IR pontoon boat.
I purchased the outcast pontoon boat at Sportsmans Warehouse in Ankeny Iowa.
It is a nice boat on still, open and fast moving streams and lakes. It has thick floats which come in handy when you snag it with a nice big fly hook, but when on a lake or pond it does get kicked and shoved around a bit by the wind. This can be a pain when trying to stay in the same place. I usually use an anchor to make it steady. The mesh fly line basket is great and works well. It snaps on and off the metal poles on the sides. In the back of the outcast is a mesh tray that can fit a tent some clothing and some more goods that you could take with you. The floats are easy to blow up with a hand pump or electric pump. The boat is easy to put together, doesn't take long and never seems to get loose. The foot holders in the front allow you to keep your feet dry if you prefer. The paddles have nice little slots they go into and canÀt and I mean CANÀT fall out. They push water well and you can travel a ways across the water in a short time.
I was out on a public lake fly fishing, and the wind was blowing so I used it to my advantage and was drifting a large mayfly nymph and a large tug came and I hooked up with a very, very large fish. It drug my boat 100-200 yards across the lake and I was out in the middle with a large fish, no net and a fly rod with a light leader. I was not ready for a big fish on that day. The fish dove and ran my fly line all the way to the backing. It was in at least 80-90 feet of water finally I muscled the fish up to the surface it jumped and, I saw it was a small mouth bass it took about 10 more minutes to get the fish, but thankfully I had the boat and it let me catch that fish.
I think the boat is great it has been used for 2-3 years and hasn't failed yet.
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