When's The Best Time To Upgrade To The New Sportsman 200? Right Now!
The Sportsman 200 was built for the challenge of finding and landing HUGE fish. The rugged durability of a .125 gauge hull, combined with the smooth riding performance of a 15 degree dead-rise hull design means you can take on big water with confidence. Make no mistake, the new Sportsman 200 is a serious fishing machine made for dedicated anglers fishing for the largest freshwater species.
Protective wrap-around windshield stretches across the full 95" beam of the Sportsman 200. Dry storage under both consoles adds to the ample lockable deck boxes.
Massive 16" x 62" livewell hold 65 gallons of aerated water. Dual pumps for both fill and recirculation, as well as dual drains and overflows make this one of the most dependable livewells for big fish.
Extra large stern deck has pedestal base, slotted gunnels for downriggers and accessory brackets.
Passenger console has small item glovebox and quick draw rod holders within easy reach. Both port and starboard sides have protective tubes and holders for up to 8' rods.
The Sportsman 200 is rated for up to a 200 horsepower Yamaha motor. Extra tall 25" transom provides superior strength and performance. Popular options include black Sportsman II dual Power-Poles®.
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Sportsman 200 Standard Package:
Sportsman 200, welded .125 gauge all-aluminum hull, painted Mossy Oak® 6 color Breakup® Camo with Tuff Coat marine grade spray in liner. ♦ G3 Custom, Aluminum Tandem Axle Trail Guard trailer w/locking detachable tongue, space saving, security system, windguides, bunk covers & 14" radial tires. ♦ Standard w/brakes and LED Lighting.
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16"x 62" 65 Gal.
* Deduct 20" from Package Length with Trail Guard tongue removed.
While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information contained herein, specifications and measurements are approximations and subject to variances. G3 Boats does not guarantee such accuracy and can't be held liable for any errors or any reliance upon this information. Optional equipment shown in some photographs.
Boat smart from the start, take a boating safety course and get a free vessel safety check annually for your boat. For more information, contact United States Coast Guard at www.uscgboating.org or United States Power Squadrons, 888-for-usps. Follow all instructional materials and local and federal laws. Remember to always observe all applicable boating laws. Never drink and drive. Dress properly with a USCG approved personal flotation device and protective gear. Always use your stop switch lanyard. Operate within your capabilities, allowing extra time and distance for maneuvering. Always operate in a responsible manner, respecting the environment and others around you.