OSG Stealth Pro

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SKU: 200F00242

The Stealth Pro is the lightweight boat for destination anglers who are on the water more than 30 days per year and want simplicity, a compact design, and versatile features. — Comes with 3 IGS (Scotty) Pads




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Stealth Pro

The Outcast Sporting Gear (OSG) Stealth Pro is the lightweight boat for destination anglers who are on the water more than 30 days per year and want simplicity, a compact design, and versatile features. No frame to assemble, just inflate and go. The rockered ends can take on big water—moving or still—and the OSG Integrated Gear System (IGS) offers multiple options for seat and gear positioning. Comes with 3 IGS (Scotty) Pads

What makes the OSG Stealth Pro special?

  • No Frame: Without a frame, the OSG Stealth Pro is simple to set up, so you’ll be able to get on the water quickly.
  • Rockered Ends: The OSG Stealth Pro, with its rockered ends isn’t scared of whitewater or big swells on the lake.



  • Length
  • Width
  • Weight
    35 lbs.
  • Tube Diameter
  • Valve Type
    Summit II
  • Base Fabric Denier
    1000 pvc
  • Material Weight, Oz. per Sq. Yard
    23 oz.
  • AIREcell Material
  • Number of Chambers
  • Load Capacity
    450 lbs.
  • Warranty
    OSG 5 Year Limited Warranty
  • Oars
    5' 2-piece
  • Color
Dsc 2264 Scaled


Reviews (4)

4 reviews for OSG Stealth Pro

  1. MG Muzzy 

     have both the Outcast Stealth Pro* and Fish Cat Scout, this upcoming summer will be my 3rd season using the frameless pontoons. They have been dragged over gravel, flown around camp in the Wyoming wind, rowed through sharp underbrush, and launched off of vehicles. Both have around 200 river hours and so far not 1 leak, no tears, no issues with oars or oar mounts breaking, and the zippers are still working well. I have used these on multi day fly fishing trips down the Flaming Gorge A & B sections with 30+ lbs of gear, including Red Creek Rapids. This last summer we took both boats on an overnight down the Black Canyon section of the Gunnison Gorge that included over a dozen class III and a couple class IV rapids, once again with 30+ lbs of gear.** I have mixed feelings regarding the oar set-up. I like how the oars fold over and stow when not in use, but the set up doesn’t allow any sort of upgrade. I would like to have the option of an upgraded oar that would work with the current oar lock or an adapter that would allow a standard oar lock. * I usually use the Stealth Pro; 6’3″ 190lbs **I don’t believe that they were designed for white water so probably not the best idea.

  2. Steve Scheidell

    I’ve had my Stealth Pro for 2.5 years. I average 40 days on the water each year. This boat is amazing! I have it rigged with an electric motor and fish finder. I’ve taken advantage of the Scotty mounts for rod holders and my anchor. I find the seat comfortable and like how it keeps your butt out of the water. I fish lakes exclusively. The SP is a very stable platform. I’ve had it on water in strong winds and never felt at risk. The oars are short but are surprisingly efficient. My wife can row her SP at 2.1-2.2 mph. (Yes, she can row fast!) The foot bar is strong and offers 2 positions to accommodate your leg length. There is a lot of storage area behind the seat. I carry my battery, a waterproof bag and a small cooler there. The stripping basket is huge. The are 4 “legs” that insert in pockets. This allows adjustability. The front of the stripping basket I have is prone to sagging. I bought an aluminum strip from Home Depot, cut it to size and inserted along the length of the front – no sagging! The boat is tough and the components are well-designed and well built. The SP can be deflated and easily transported in a car. Inflation is simple – I open valve and do primary inflation with a high speed air pump. When seat/Boat are full, I pull the pump and close the valve. I top the chambers off with a K-pump. I think 2 of the most important features are weight and Outcast’s customer service. The boat weighs 35 lbs. and is easy to carry. We got these boats to replace our 85 lbs. framed pontoon boats that were too heavy for old people. Outcast’s customer service is excellent. It is easy to get a person on the phone and work through any issues you have. I would highly recommend this boat!

  3. Andrew Blake

    I bought one of these all the way back in about 2014 or 2015 I think. Mine is orange… and it is still going strong! I mostly use it on the high lakes of Central Oregon, but I did take it down a 30 mile stretch of the John Day river, including a couple of class 3 rapids (not ideal in rocky rapids, but I am here to tell the tale). I left this boat outside one winter and rodents chewed through the pvc (or rubber or whatever) material and I thought the boat was ruined. I called Outcast and- while this was 4 years ago when this happened, it was only about $300 or so to ship it to them and have it repaired AND get a new inflatable inner tube AND have it shipped back. And that was 4 years ago and it is still going strong. Not only that, I lend it to a friend who is just extremely jealous I own this and raves about its’ fishability- and I agree! You don’t have to contend as much with wind. It is slower than a larger pontoon like a fishcat, but I can’t imagine a better lake boat for kicking around dragging flies and enjoying your day comfortably.

  4. Kelly Temple

    I bought an Outcast Stealth Pro several years ago. I liked it so much I bought a second Stealth Pro last year. I purchased two duffle bags for the boats and two separate bags for the oars, pumps, accessories, PFDs and fishing gear. I now can load both boats, gear, a fishing buddy and I in a Mazda CX5 and, with a bike rack, fish many rivers near my home in Boise. It is so convenient taking only one gas efficient vehicle to fish a river section and shuttle with a bike.

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