Catfish Gear #006 — SeaArk Boats

Described by some as the Cadillac of catfish boats, SeaArk Boats have set the pace for catfish anglers. They have over 58 years of experience in boat building and it shows. Their heavy-duty aluminum boats are the choice of many catfish anglers.

The company makes many different models and each can be customized to an individual’s preferences and fishing style. The ProCat 240 shown in the photo comes equipped with 36 standard features that help anglers catch and care for the big ones. One very important feature for tournament anglers is the 80-gallon rear livewell. Comfort is built in too, with four deluxe captain’s chairs.

Add on any of 48 available options and accessories to create the boat you want, for fishing the way you want. The choice is yours.

Tabitha Linville and Justin Conner operate their Catfishing Duo Guides Service with a Procat 240. They have been fishing from a SeaArk since 2012.

“SeaArk boats are tough and are built for life,” offered Tabitha. “They are stable on the water and handle rough waters with ease. Ours has a 80-gallon livewell that is plenty big enough for several big fish. One of our favorite features is the self draining bow and the walk thru windshield that protects us from the elements. Importantly, as guides, there is plenty enough room for us and our clients on the Procat240.

Their durability and customer service are very important to longtime owner Tim “Doc” Lange. Lange has been a SeaArk owner since 2009. He is shown in the photo at the recent SeaArk Owner’s Invitational Tournament out of Decatur, AL. More than 350 anglers from 22 states enjoyed the hospitality, good food, and friendly competition of the much anticipated annual owners tournament. It is just one more benefit of owning a SeaArk.

“SeaArks are built like a tank,” says Lange. “And, you can contact them with any issues and they will help you out. Lynn and I feel safe on the water under any conditions in our SeaArk.”

 

Your can check out each SeaArk model and their standard and optional equipment at www.seaarkboats.com.

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