The redesigned Puma FTD stretches out with the latest revision in today’s popular model. Performance expectations of the Bass Cat “Family” are lofty and we think we have accomplished that with more than just a growl in the throaty bass rig.
With a full 5'x5' front deck, it has the workspace that everyone enjoys. It’s not too large of a deck to be a nimble platform, as front decks are work spaces. The bow has to move into tight spots with efficiency. From Ozarks boat docks to Sam Rayburn thickets, it should have no problems, yet is still broad enough to fish the open water of Lake Erie.
The layout provides storage in the front console with seven (7) compartments, and 11 storages total, including a scabbard for your dip net. BCB models are tools right down to the flip up mooring cleats for docking. The only gimmick is the lighted LED acrylic hand rails which are just plain cool!
We can go on and on about access to pumps, simple fueling and more. Go experience the efficiency of a Puma FTD and understand the attention to detail others overlook, as everything has a reason. Sure, it’s simple stuff. Though it is simple stuff that matters to you in a world of competitive angling.
Length - 20'4"
Min Storage Length - 25'6"
W/Swing Away Tongue - 23'0"
Beam - 94"
Approx Boat Weight - 1825 lbs.
Fuel Capacity - 52 gal.
Max H.P. Range - 200-300
1. Dual front storage on either side of a central net scabbard
2. 8' port rod box with tube organizer. Bulk rod storage below
3. Large central tackle storage box. Box lights and vent system included
4. Cooler and day box integrated into the front deck step
5. Padded passenger rod rack with tie down strap
6. Flip-up seats for additional storage. Central rear deck step with storage
7. BCB triangular livewells with pump-in/pump-out, spray bars, and inline filter