The Jaguar was an iconic model for Bass Cat. It was set aside in 2005 to await a design that rivaled the impact of the original Jag. This new Jaguar definitely fits the slot as it is the largest of bass rigs. With a 21'5" frame, it dresses up really well for engines from the massive 350 Verado to the chosen 250 models. It is a pick-your-poison-do-it-all rig that exudes luxury with a ride unparalleled. The 7" deeper bow rise on this hull is more than any other model and eats the water. A Jaguar is the only boat for those who share the passion to have the best. It truly is the last boat most will ever own.
This model has storage areas innovative to bass fishing. The scissor storage system holds up to 16 tackle boxes in slide out trays (8 STD). Additional box trays sit forward of them to secure another 10 to 12 tackle boxes. No other bass rig has this much efficiency in a modular system; and what else would you expect at the top of pride? Behind the net scabbard are two frontal offset hatches. A 34-quart cooler resides at the deck step with a sandwich tray inside. Beside that is helmet storage that will accommodate two full-face helmets. A tool bar holder sits to one side of the step area. Of course, you have huge dual rod boxes and a port side tackle shelf for those baits you toss aside.