This personal fishing watercraft by Outcraft pairs the best of a pontoon with a float-boat.

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  • Personal fishing watercraft combines pontoon and float-tube styles for ultimate maneuverability
  • Lightweight, frameless design makes transport a breeze
  • Design allows you to fish sitting comfortably from the kayak-style seat, or standing in shallow water
  • Durable PVC outer and vinyl bladders stand up to rough territory
  • Stow your gear behind the seat for easy access
  • 35 lbs., 7' x 55”

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The Story

The do-everything Fish Cat Scout personal fishing watercraft by Outcast is the solo angler's dream. The unique design combines the best features of a float-tube and a pontoon boat to create a fishing craft that will allow you to navigate into spots you never thought possible. With a frameless design, and weighing in at a mere 35 lbs., it is incredibly easy to carry and is light enough to check onto a plane. It can be maneuvered using kick-fins for moving silently, or with oars in heavier water. Fish it while sitting or use the open floor to stand in shallow water when you get to that perfect honey hole. Constructed from a tough and durable PVC outer and durable vinyl bladders, so you don't need to worry about bumping up against rocks. A kayak-style seat provides comfort and plenty of storage room behind the angler.


Rated 5 out of 5 by from Outcast Fish Cat Scout The fish cat is very easy to assemble out of the box. I ordered 2 for my wife and I and we really enjoy them. Great for a day of fishing or just a relaxing float on the river. Very easy to maneuver. Seat is very comfortable and things we took along stayed dry behind seat. Very light and easy to carry. I am over 60 and my wife is a little younger so I would recommend these boats to anyone!
Date published: 2019-06-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great boat I fly fish in small lakes and ponds. This is a great little pontoon boat. The only downside is its weight. At 35 pounds it is a little difficult to maneuver when it's deflated. It's easier to move when it's inflated because of the handles on the sides.
Date published: 2019-06-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love this boat!! Great size, easy to fin and row. I am a petite 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...not the bigger crew cab truck and it fits perfect if you angle it in.
Date published: 2017-07-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good choice I recently puchast the scout.the main attraction was the weight only 35 lbs it's also very comfortable to sit in as you are sitting on a cution of air instead of the plasic seat in a regular pontoon feels a bit cramped to stat with untill you get used to it ,it has a good size area for storage in the back and you can get a scotty rod holder strap to install an an anchor and a rod holder.
Date published: 2015-04-27
Rated 2 out of 5 by from did not meet expectations I was very excited when I found this. It sounds great, the locking oars seemed like a great feature, I liked the table/apron in the front. It sounded sturdy and like a great buy. First things first, they say it fits nicely in the bed of a pickup. That would be either an enormous pickup with the tailgate down, or in a regular pickup deflated. It takes too long for me, as woman, to be comfortable inflating on shore by myself in the early morning, so the fact that I can't take it to the lake inflated was a no go for me. It is also very wide, so if you are small like I am (5'2" and 125lb), the oars are too far apart to be able to row comfortably and are not adjustable. Otherwise, it seems like it is very well constructed, its sturdy, and seems to be made well, aside from the table/apron that I mentioned. It just collapses on itself, it is very flimsy.
Date published: 2014-06-21
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