Stik Boat personal fishing craft combines components of skiffs, kayaks, and bass boats then completes the package with electric propulsion. The outcome is a vessel that will run silently, go everywhere, and aid your standing position any spot on the floor, making sure an enjoyable fishing adventure.
The Stik Boat is a single-person fishing vessel with a spacious deck, providing you with enough space to maneuver whether you are casting bait, expecting a bite, or perhaps reeling in a huge catch. It is also large enough to suit a two-seat format, for those who would rather fish with a buddy. Measuring 12 x 3.3 feet it offers a length-to-width ratio that’s already been examined and maximized for optimum balance, with an outline that’s small enough to offer little resistance when dicing through the water while being broad enough to provide the angler lots of side-to-side control. A sleek hull lets it carve easily through turns, all while leading all displaced water to the corners, letting you stay dry all through the journey.
It’s driven by a 4-stroke 17.5-horsepower jet propulsion motor that’s set up right behind the seat in a decreased position to help balance the mass of the vessel, allowing to keep it stable even as you end in the most intense catch. This motor enables it to achieve top speeds of as much as 27 miles per hour while running with comparatively quieter sound when compared with standard boat engines. Propulsion offers include a confined cooling platform that backflushes the water to ensure that it stays off the engine, dual-heating receptors that activate instant shutdown when it surpasses safe heat ranges, and a 3 .7-gallon fuel tank that enables it to cover to 40 miles of water.