(Syracuse, IN)- Cosmetically you won’t find a sharper looking rig on the water, but most anglers would rather be dry and in comfort, than have the sexiest looking boat on the lake. Lucky for Kodiak 198 PRO owners, it’s possible to have both.
Full length spray rails, 20-degree reverse chine, and foam filled torque boxes aid in making your trip dry while the reinforced bow support and six-I-Beam longitudinal stringer carve through waves like a hot knife through butter.
If trolling is your thing, a new radar arch keeps your rods out of the way and convenient while a new 25” transom keeps water out of the boat and is a great safety feature in rough waves And when it’s time to clean your fish, a new fish station makes the job easier and your garage clean.
Quality instrumentation, hydraulic steering and a deluxe bow panel are functional and laid out “just right” while a 30-gallon aerated livewell at the stern keeps your bait, and catch, fresh. For your rods and gear an 8’6” lockable rod locker is handy while seven storage compartments are handy for lures, lunch, and other gear.
Specs at a glance.
Bottom Width 84”
Maximum HP HP 225
Transom Height 25”
Polar Kraft is the leading manufacturer of aluminum construction V Hull boats, Mod-V boats, Dakota and Jon boats for more than 50 years. From their first 14-foot jon boat to the selection of nearly 70 tough-as-nails aluminum boats offered today, they have been dedicated to building with passion, pride, and unparalleled attention to detail. Every boat that leaves the factory will provide years of fun on the water for not just the original owner but also future generations when it's their time to take the helm.