Skeeter has expanded its SX series of bay boats with the new SX2350, bringing the number of models in this line of serious fishing machines to seven. At 22 feet, 9 inches length overall, this bay boat boasts a 250 hp rating and a layout with easy bilge access and twin rear-deck 20-gallon livewells. The center console features a recessed battery compartment and a 14-gallon livewell resides under the forward console seat.
The Skeeter SX2350 offers abundant storage under the spacious forward casting deck. This includes two rod lockers on each side of the deck, as well as a central dry storage locker. An insulated fish box lies below the main deck just forward of the console. The SX2350 also features nine vertical rod holders. To supplement the leaning-post helm seat, a rear jump seat with a backrest folds out from the aft casting deck.
The helm aboard the Skeeter SX2350 features a wide dash panel that easily accommodates a flush-mounted 12-inch multifunction display. SeaStar hydraulic steering with a tilt-and-lock helm comes standard. There’s also a footrest to brace yourself while underway.
A removable, clear acrylic windshield reduces the height of the boat to facilitate garage storage. A portside companionway offers access to the console interior, helm rigging, batteries and more storage for gear. Skeeter also provides a variety of T-top and tower options.
Outboard power options for the Skeeter SX2350 range from a Yamaha F200 to a Yamaha 250 VMax SHO. You can order this bay boat equipped with an optional 12-inch hydraulic jackplate for greater shallow-water capabilities and performance.
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Other options include 8- and 10-foot Minn Kota Raptor shallow-water anchors and a Minn Kota 36-volt Terrova or Ulterra Riptide bow trolling motor for precise positioning while fishing for species such as redfish and tarpon.
The base MSRP for the Skeeter SX2350 with a Yamaha 250 VMax SHO outboard and Skeeter Built tandem-axle aluminum trailer is $72,684.