Described by some as the Cadillac of catfish boats, SeaArk Boats have set the pace for catfish anglers everywhere. They have nearly 30 years of experience in boat building and it shows. SeaArk has a slogan, “Built for a lifetime,” and they live up to it. Their heavy-duty aluminum boats are the choice of many catfish anglers since their introduction in 2009.
Their popularity can be witnessed at any catfish tournament across the country. One of the reasons for their popularity is the features that come standard. Take the ProCat 240 for example. It comes with a self-draining bow deck, 25-gallon bow livewell with rounded corners, dual aluminum side consoles, ProCat walk thru windshield, two lockable 8.6′ rod boxes, 80-gallon livewell in rear deck, 59-gallon aluminum belly fuel tank, and a designated area for individualized bait tank with tie-down eyes.
There are different models to choose from and each can be customized to an individual’s preferences and fishing style. Add your choice of available options and accessories to create the boat you want, for fishing the way you want. The choice is yours.
Chad Mayfield has been choosing SeaArk since 2004 after fishing with a friend in a 20-foot MV Jon Series. It was the perfect starter boat for Chad.
“I bought my first SeaArk in 2004,” recalled Mayfield. “In 2010 I traded for a 20-foot V-pro for the smoother ride. In 2017 I upgraded to the ProCat 240. My main reason for upgrading was for the space, windshield, and larger livewell.”
He found the ProCat 240 was suitable for catfishing and recreational boating with his family.
“I use my boat for fishing and pleasure,” reported Mayfield. “The Procat works perfect for both. The large fuel tank allows us to run all day whether I’m pulling a tube or making a long run in a tournament.”
“One of the best things about owning a SeaArk is being part of the SeaArk family,” concluded Mayfield. “SeaArk is a great company that supports their owners and catfish angling like no other company.”
Check out the various SeaArk models, and their standard and optional equipment at www.seaarkboats.com.