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Sun Dolphin Pro 120 Fishing Boat

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Key Features

  • Tri-hull design for extra stability

  • Carpeted casting decks

  • Padded swivel chairs

  • Pre-wired for a trolling motor

  • Polyurethane foam floor with aluminum stringers


Our Price  $1,899.99
Sale Price  $1,799.99

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Product Description
sun_dolphin The Sun Dolphin Pro 120 Fishing Boat is a super-solid fishing rig complete with many features found in more expensive boats. Tri-hull design provides superior stability and control. Features include a large carpeted casting decks, padded swivel chairs, and an aerated livewell. The Pro 120 comes pre-wired for an electric trolling motor and includes a fused control panel. Polyurethane foam-injected floor with aluminum stringers for rigidity. Meets CE and US Coast Guard safety standards.
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Specifications
Hull Material Polyurethane
Length 11.3'
Beam 60"
Seats 2
Weight 225 lbs.
Weight Capacity 649 lbs.
Max HP 15 HP

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Sun Dolphin Pro 120 Fishing Boat
 
4.4

(based on 5 reviews)

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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Love my Pro 120!!!

By melvisbass

from Aurora, IL, United States

Comments about Sun Dolphin Pro 120 Fishing Boat:

I bought this boat in the spring of 2007 and it has been great!  My son and I fish local electric motor only bass tournaments out of it and it's perfect.  Fits in the garage and is easy to tow!

(24 of 26 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

vary good product

By kevin

from michigan

Pros

  • Easy to Use

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about Sun Dolphin Pro 120 Fishing Boat:

      made a small blind to go on it and now it doubles as a duck baot.. great size so me, the dog and a dozen or so decoys can ride along. works the best in local ponds or small lakes, got alittle conserned putting it out in the bay "just a bit tippy"

      (9 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Awesome Boat for 2

      By Renzoni

      from Methuen, MA, United States

      Comments about Sun Dolphin Pro 120 Fishing Boat:

      Have this boat for 9 years and still holding up. Recommend a 15hp motor to get on plane (up to 23 mph). Taken this boat on a large lake and driven 24 miles in a day. Hold up to big wakes. Boat has trouble getting on plane in strong head winds. Also unsinkable ... left plug out more than once.

      (6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Great concept and extremely fishable platform BUT

      By MuskyChimes1

      from west central wisconsin

      Comments about Sun Dolphin Pro 120 Fishing Boat:

      Ok hands down the best American made river boat ive ever used . I put a 15 hp Johnson onto this boat and coupled it with a top tier bow mount trolling motor and I can now fish waters that could only previously be seen from a canoe and I get all the benefits of a real full sized bass style boat . However for what it offers in unique fishing opportunities it gives up in durability and if your thinking youll have a long term boat with this 120 your fooling yourself . Now their are a few things that can greatly help the boat become better . 1st fill the cavity with 2 part expanding foam use 14lb on the transom and filled all the rest with the 8lb . it makes this 5 times the boat it was before I added the foam . the added rigidity and leak prevention was worth the cost of the 2 part foam . So here is where my 4 star review comes from , its a dream to fish out of and its fun to drive even with a 15 hp motor . Every fishing trip is an adventure . I am using this boat for hunting Muskies in river sections that have never seen a bait in their life . It floats over skinny water better then most canoes, stable as much bigger boats are. I think if you plan to use it like I am (hardcore fishing tool, not a toy) I give it 2 full seasons before it will need replacement or major over hall but in that time you can use it to find spots that are better then amazing ! Now in a perfect world Sun Dolphin would listen to me here they would step up and make serious anglers a real fishing boat . If they ever make this boat with a roto-mold like the kayaks they already manufacture they would have the best little boat EVER MADE !!!! So if your out there Sun Dolphin big wigs then PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE make sure if you ever make this boat roto style I want numbers 1-3 first off the line !!!!! still even without roto molding its almost a great boat and offers some absolutely fantastic adventures no other boat in the usa can . The first roto mold boat company in the usa will be the next fortune 500 company in that industry !

      (6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Great Small Fishing Boat

      By DaLumberJack

      from Stafford, VA

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      Pros

      • Good Width
      • Storage Compartments

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Fishing

        Comments about Sun Dolphin Pro 120 Fishing Boat:

        I bought one of these in 1996 and still have it. The design has only changed slightly since then. The four under deck storage compartments plus areated livewell are great. It will plane with a 15hp (I have), and maybe with 9.9 with a power prop.
        The 5ft beam makes it easy to move around and its plenty stable for most lakes - you can stand with confidence on the casting platforms (even after a few beers). However, it was a little rough when I took it on the Potomac.
        I have stored it under a cover and have had to replace the rear decking due to rot a couple of years ago and the front is getting a little weak now. I also had to replace the live well pump once, but I think one will have things like this with any boat and overall it has been a good boat.
        If I had it to do over again, I'm not certain, but I might go with a small aluminum bass boat because I think that would be a little more rigid and plane better, and you pretty much need a trailer anyway. However, I'm not sure you can find a short one this wide and also not sure if it would be as stable.

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