Uncle Buck's® Pond Prowler Boat - 10'
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Redesigned with padded seats, fishing rod holders, removable dry storage box and even more floor space, Uncle Buck's 10' Pond Prowler is the perfect boat for quietly reaching those hard-to-reach fishing spots in total comfort. Constructed from rugged, high-impact ABS plastic, the Pond Prowler has internal ''cut-to-fit'' block foam for flotation and a wood-reinforced, ribbed floor for strength. The easy-to-maneuver Pond Prowler's ''deep rib'' hull ensures the boat remains balanced even in rougher water with two anglers standing and constantly shifting their weight. Incredibly easy to transport, the 10' Pond Prowler weighs only 130 lbs. and is 48'' wide which is the same width of a full-size truck's bed between the wheel-wells. Pond Prowlers are pre-wired for a trolling motor and are outfitted with corrosion-resistant aluminum seat frames, padded folding swivel fishing seats, molded in trays, fishing rod holders, dry storage box and the rear metal transoms are reinforced with wood.
- Comfortably fishes two with gear
- Rugged, high-impact ABS plastic construction
- Wood-reinforced, ribbed floor
- Pre-wired for trolling motor
- Includes two padded, folding swivel fishing seats
- Fishing rod holders
- Removable dry storage box
- Beam width: 48''
- Length: 10'
- Hull height: 17-1/2''
- Actual weight: 130 lbs.
- Engine capacity: 5HP
- 50 amp, 8 gauge wiring harness
- Maximum weight capacity: 600 lbs.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 35
Rated 2 out of 5 by pawpawa not up to standard
I bought this 10' boat in May 2011. It has been sitting outside on my boat ramp since. I didn't buy a cover for a number of reasons but figured the boat would last many years without one. Recently I noticed that it has already cracked between the cleat and the drink holder. I tried to pick it up to turn it over and it had about 3 gallons of water inside.This boat has only been in the water 3-4 times and there has never been anything tied to the cleat. No one has ever walked on the sides. This is totally a manufacture defect or poor quality.I had another brand 2 person boat that was also kept outside and it lasted 15 years before it started cracking. I realize that if they made it thicker it would weigh more but I would rather it last and be a little heavier. Otherwise I like the boat. It is a good size with plenty of room for 2 people. Cushion seats are comfortable.Just wished it would have lasted longer. By the way after I got the water out and sealed the crack I broke down and bought a cover from Bass Pro!
October 25, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Plug Just the RIGHT THING!!
Bought it recently and have fished once with it. I am a 75 year old in 8 more days. Some back problems and I unloaded it from a 4 X 8' utility trailer with tilt. My 2004 Ranger does not have room between the wheel wells. I tilted it, slid the boat off and did not have to use the wheels to transport it to the water. Loading it was no problem, just get the front on the tilted boat and slide it on. I did cover the trailer with a 4 X 8' 3/4" treated plywood. Bought a 50lb thrust Bass Pro Prowler. Did fantastic! Got a small hand cart to push the 60lb. battery around in case I cannot get close to the water. Love the padded seats, rod holders. I included all of this info, to suggest the things that made my trip great!! Caught 4 nice bass. All of this cost me about $1500.00.
September 12, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5
by Richard2059 10ft POND PROWLER
This Prowler has more than enough room for two people.Light enough to load and unload in the back of your truck, but i decided to get a trailer for it, makes it way easier not having to load and unload boat. I have fished out of 8 footers but this one is way more roomy and stable. I put on a 5 hp Mercury and 55 lb Minn Kota endura c2 trolling motor.... Watch out fish here i come. Only thing i should have done was order the shorter shaft 36 in,even though the 42 works just fine.
June 25, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by leathaface Great fun
I have had this boat for a couple seasons..50+ uses. I rigged the 30/30 troller to the front transom and used the inner wiring to put the battery in the back to disperse the weight of me up front. I have a Dodge Dakota and the bed is a perfect fit and it is only a 6 ft bed. At any boat dock or shallow entry(ponds etc.) just take the battery out real quick, throw the boat in the truck(or water), put it back and the weight of the battery alone keeps the boat stable for you on the road. I love it for lakes, ponds, canals...I can go all day long on a third of a charge. Charge the battery when you get home and you are set. I use the box for tackle, and all kinds of necessities etc. The straps on the side hold 4 poles, and I can bring a buddy no problem. I love this thing and get a lot of onlookers that dig this little rig. The only issue so far is other, bigger boats and their wakes.. Just hit em head on, know your limits, probably go to a calmer location, and just take care of her and she will keep on tickin. Shallow and narrow spots are very maneuverable. I enjoy mine greatly and think you will too!!
April 20, 2013
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