Fish Cat Scout

  • ITEM# 200-F00202
  • $649.00
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The frameless design offers ultimate portability and simple, no-hassle set-up. It’s stable in moving water and features a low profile for still water. Weighs just 35 lbs. and is compact enough for airline travel.  The 2017 Fish Cat Scout features the integrated gear system for adding pockets and rod holders.

Specs

  • Length x Width x Height: 7' x 55"
  • Tube Diameter: 16.25"
  • Weight: 34 lbs.
  • Load Capacity: 400 lbs.
  • Aire Chambers: 2
  • AIREcell Material: Vinyl
  • Fabric Denier x Material Weight: 1000 pvc
  • Seam Construction: Welded
  • Valve: Summit 2
  • Warranty: 5 Year
  • Other: Prop65 WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including DEHP which are 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

Average Rating

4.7 out of 5 stars

Jason G

Jognstoen , CO

I purchased the Scout mainly for the Bighorn river in MT. It works great for the river going from spot to spot. I've also used in the lakes and love the extra room the larger pontoon gives me. I would strongly recommend this boat. Great product, built well. I have 100-150 days on mine with no issues.

B. Hess

Bend, Oregon

Bought my boat in Sisters, Oregon...can't say enough good things about it. Great size, easy to fin and row. I am a petite short woman, no problem in the lake with wind...nice to kick out and row home! Solid well made craft... so glad to have this. Sits you and up out of the water with space for everything behind the seat. Have a quad cab truck and it fits perfect if you angle it in.

Mark P.

Sooke, BC

I bought this product because my original choice, the OSG Commander, was not available in the store I attended. It turned out to be perfect for my 4 day camping/flyfishing trip in the BC Interior. I was able to use my fins easily and move with speed because the boat is not oversized, but it had plenty of capacity for my 250 lb bulk and my gear. It rowed well on still water and my previous river experience tells me this boat would do very well on class I and II rivers and even a class III for someone with experience. I was able to mount an anchor to the rear and two rod holders on the front tubes and still row easily. I thought the attached gear bag was too small at first, but it held my "essential" fly boxes and still did not impede my elbow when rowing. The adjustable stripping basket is excellent! I could move it forward and down when rowing, then bring it up and close when using it. No clips to fight with either! The 2 position foot bar worked well, although I didn't see any clips to hold it in place. I used zip ties temporarily, but I'll get some proper clips before my next trip. My only complaint is about the carry handles. they are made of webbing which, when carrying the boat loaded with gear, begins to hurt the hands severely. I used work gloves, but some rubber handles would have made a big improvement. I would be willing to have a few extra ounces of weight for the comfortable handles. The valve for the floor seeps unless I cap it tightly, I'm not sure if that's designed that way, but it didn't detract from this overall "very good" little boat. I would recommend it to anyone who likes to use fins for control, but wants to be able to move with the speed and power provided by oars.

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