Outcast Fish Cat® Streamer XL- IR Pontoon Boat
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Outcast's Fish Cat Streamer XL-IR Pontoon Boat is compact, high-performing boat designed to provide smooth and efficient maneuvering with fins or oars. The Streamer XL Pontoon Boat's sturdy, angler friendly six-piece steel frame includes an anchor system and motor mount while its durable pontoons are made with 600 Denier PVC fabric. 6' aluminum oars, adjustable foot bars and a mesh cargo deck round out this easily transportable Streamer XL’s features. Imported.
- Inflated size: 54'' x 8'
- Weight: 56 lbs.
- Frame: 6-piece steel
- Air Cell Type: Vinyl
- 300 lbs load capacity
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2
Rated 5 out of 5 by tr0utk1ller awsome boat
i reccamend this boat to any one who wants a good stable quality boat
February 9, 2009
Rated 4 out of 5 by Ghost Outcast Fish Cat Streamer XL IR
I had a chance to finally try out the Streamer XL today. I am very happy w/ this pontoon boat. Previously, I had an Outcast Fat Cat float tube. I didn't like being low in the water & getting leg cramps using a float tube. The Streamer XL is like the best of both worlds of a float tube & a kayak. Minus the speed of a kayak.
The Streamer XL is not as heavy as some other pontoon models, actually one of the lightest at 56 lbs. I really liked the Fish Cat 9, but hate the heavier weight. I can load it up on the roof rack on my Jeep Grand Cherokee, but it is a workout. But on the water, It's easy to get around using fins, but the oars I have to get used to using. For my first time out, I could not keep a straight line while rowing & had to revert to using my fins to kick my way around. I tried both rowing frontwards & backwards, and rowing back I can cover much more water. But I did not like not knowing where I was headed like on a float tube. I tried rowing frontward but I could not keep the Streamer XL to track correctly, I had to keep adjusting my line.
I think once I get the rowing figured out, the Streamer XL will be great. I am going to try my kayak paddle, see if I can get an improvement in tracking.
Price is great & probably one of the best personal watercraft w/o a motor to get(even though it has a motor mount, I am thinking of that for next year).
The Streamer XL seems to be built tough, I think the 600 PVC bottom should hold up. I did buy a folding padded seat to replace the none padded stock seat.
You row to where you want to fish, if that destination is far. Then you use the fins to keep youself in the fishing zone. Great idea!
September 3, 2007
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