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About Stratos Boats

Stratos Boats Logo 880 Butler Rd.
Murfreesboro, tn 37127
iboats Review of Stratos Boats: Manufacturer of Stratos Bass Boats, Multi-Species Boats and Fishing Boats.

Stratos Boats, based in Flippin, Arkansas(AR), manufactures fiberglass bass boats and fishing boats. Stratos brings to the boating industry a different bass boat option than aluminum. With fishing as a main feature of Stratos bass and multi-species boats, the storage options are well planned to cover your equipment needs. Built into the fishing platform are storage options of 8 foot poles , tach and other fishing items.

Stratos bass boats have many innovative features for fishing with a stable fishing platform. Stratos builds their bass boats for performance with motor options that power the bass boat. Multi-species boats by Stratos are a nice mix of fishing and family boating, with a wide beam for a smoother run in any water condition. The larger beam gives much more space for moving around. The deep draft hull makes for a drier ride that will accommodate many bigger fishing areas. Storage areas in the multi-species have room in the rod locker to accommodate skis and wakeboards as well for a day adventure with your family. Some models have livewells that will house a 50 inch fish.

Stratos boats in both series are built for tournament competition and come tournament ready. With their sleek lines and hardcore instruments, Stratos bass boats and multi-species boats are built for speed and expert handling and will perform very well.

About Bass Boats

Bass Boats are small boats ranging between 14 - 23 ft in length and are usually used for freshwater fishing. Their hulls are constructed out of aluminum or fiberglass material and are powered by outboard motors as well as trolling motor mounted on the bow. Some of the features with Bass Boats can include swivel seats that allow the fishermen to fish from almost any angle, plenty of storage to stow rods, gear, and fishing tackle, and live-wells that can be located on the bow or stern deck of the boat.
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