Pelican Bass Raider 8 Fishing Boat
Made from exclusive impact-resistant RAM-X
Dual swiveling seats
Handy bait compartment
Built-in motor mounts at the bow and stern
Carry handles for easy transport
Availability: Sold Out
- Additional freight charge of $200.00 per item.
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Product DescriptionFree yourself from the constraints of fishing from the banks and get in the water with a Pelican fishing boat. These small fishing boats are sure to please even the most avid fisherman. All hull materials are made from exclusive impact-resistant RAM-X.
You and a friend will enjoy your day on the water with the Bass Raider 8. Dual swiveling seats let you fish out of the boat in any direction, while a handy bait compartment allows for easy access to your live bait. Built-in motor mounts at the bow and stern, drink holders, and carry handles for easy transport.
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Q:1. Can a person stand up in this boat while fishing?
2. Is there ample space for trolling motor batery?Asked on 6/27/2010 by Anonymous
Q:are the seat detachable????Asked on 5/5/2010 by wiseguy from ottawa il
A:The seats will not be detachable.Answered on 5/7/2010 by Charlie from Gander Tech
Q:How much does this boat weigh?Asked on 5/3/2010 by Anonymous
Q:Are there upgraded(padded) seats available? If so, where would I order/purchase them?Asked on 4/17/2010 by A-Train from Broad Brook, CT
A:You can get padded seats and replace the ones that come on it with them, there is a mounted swivel on the bottom of the seat that is removable for this.Answered on 4/28/2010 by Steve from Jackson, TN
Q:What is the total weight limit allowed for 2 adults on this boat?Asked on 4/8/2010 by Anonymous from Ocala, Florida
A:500lbs total, including persons and equipmentAnswered on 4/17/2010 by A-Train from Broad Brook, CT
Q:Where is this boat made? What liquid , or paste is recommended to keep this boat looking new?Asked on 4/8/2010 by Anonymous