2018 Price List

Category Item Price
Complete Boat Packages 9' Kamloops $1,350
9' Freestone $1,550
9' SRC Self-Bailing Raft $2,300
10' All American $2,000
10' 1-Salt Steelhead $2,000
12' 2-Salt Steelhead $3,350
14' 3-Salt Steelhead $3,650
10.5' SRB Self Bailing Raft $2,550
Category Item Price
Frames Kamloops $600
complete boat package Freestone $500
SRC/SRB $750/$800
1-Salt Steelhead/All Amercian $900
2-Salt Steelhead $1,750
3-Salt Steelhead/Kenai $2,000
Category Item Price
Upgrades & Accessories Rear Anchor Extension $200
Heel Bar $50
Lean Bar $100
K-Pump $75
Dry Bag $50
Custom Frame Width TBD
Stripping Basket $50
Motor Mount $150
Rod Holders (set) $100
Saddle Bag $50

Note:  All frames come with a lifetime warranty and include seat(s) and floor(s) (when applicable) and include an anchor system. All pontoons and self bailing rafts come with a repair kit, pump, and a 5 year warranty on manufacture defects. Packages come with pontoons/raft, frame, oars, oar locks, and straps. For warranty work, product must be returned to Catchercraft Boats, LLC. Prices shown do not include shipping or taxes and may be subject to change.


Boat Specifications

Below is a table showing the specifications of our different boat models. The values provided is an approximate estimation and are provided for reference only. Your boat may be slightly different than what is actually posted.

Model Total Length (ft) Tube Diameter (in) Total Width (in) Pontoon/Raft Weight (lbs) Total Weight (lbs)
Kamloops 9 16 48 38 65
Freestone 9 14 48 30 45
SRC 9 17 60 60 100
All Amercian 10 19 62 or 72 50 100
1-Salt Steelhead 10 20 62 or 72 55 100
2-Salt Steelhead 12 21 72 65 170
3-Salt Steelhead 14 21 72 77 225
SRB 10.5 17 57 75 120

Support & Warranty

ALL NEW INFLATABLE RAFTS AND PONTOONS COME WITH A 5 YEAR WARRANTY ON MANUFACTURE DEFECTS. ALL WELDED FRAMES COME WITH A LIFETIME WARRANTY. ANY WARRANTY WORK WILL NEED TO BE RETURNED TO US FOR REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT, AT OUR DISCRETION.

YOUR BOAT PURCHASE FROM CATCHERCRAFT BOATS IS AN INVESTMENT FOR YOUR FUTURE FISHING EXPERIENCES AND WAS BUILT WITH PERFORMANCE, FUNCTIONALITY, AND QUALITY IN MIND. HOWEVER, THERE ARE A FEW THINGS THAN CAN BE DONE TO ENSURE YOUR NEW BOAT PURCHASE WILL LAST AS LONG AS IT SHOULD. JUST LIKE A VEHICLE, FLY ROD OR REEL, THERE ARE SOME CARE AND MAINTENANCE STEPS TO FOLLOW.

 

 Inflatable Boats-To achieve the best performance of your boat, it should be properly inflated when using and properly deflated for long-term storage. Boats should be stored in a cool, dry, dark place, out of direct sunlight. It should be cleaned regularly and there are special products that can be applied to help protect it and keep it looking new. Substantial changes in air temperature and/or altitude can affect the air pressure inside your boat. When climbing mountain passes, be sure there is sufficient excess capacity to allow for air expansion. The same rule applies with the weather. If you launch your boat at the crack of dawn during cold temperatures and the temperature climbs substantially during the day, you may need to release some air to avoid a blow out.

 Frames-while your boat frame has been built to last a lifetime, there are some things you can do to keep it looking new. Even though the frame is galvanized, small scratches and nicks may develop no matter how careful you are and could potentially begin to rust. Keeping the frame dry and out of the weather will minimize rust. A can of spray paint to touch up spots will keep your boat looking sharp. If water should enter into the frame and freeze, it will expand and rupture your frame.

Some people like to place foam insulation pipe around the frame to add a little padding (especially on the lean bars) and keep the pontoons looking new by reducing the residue from the galvanized steel or aluminum frames.

Valves-Most high quality inflatable boats use Leafield valves for inflation and are covered by a screw-on plastic cap. To inflate the air chamber, open the cap and using your index finger rotate or turn the spring valve stem a quarter turn; you should see the spring rise up, which allows for inflation but prevents the air from leaking out. When fully inflated, replace the screw-on plastic cap. To deflate your inflatable for transport or storage, turn or rotate the spring valve stem so that it is recessed and then the valve is open, allowing you to deflate the air chamber.

 By taking these small, precautionary steps in care and maintenance, your boat will look better and last longer.