1988 Stratos 200DC Striper Fishing Boat w/ 2005 Evinrude E225FPX Rebuilt 2015



Very clean Stratos. 100% water ready!!! Stratos 200DC being pushed by Evinrude 225 4 stroke and is sitting on a black Stratos double axle trailer. This boat is rigged with the following options and accessories; Two Interstate batteries, one is new, gauge package, Lawrence depth finder, labeled switch panel, transom boarding ladder, transom live well, gunnel storage boxes, removable pedestal fishing chairs, dual console setup with windshields, canopy, front cover, bow storage boxes, navigation lights, stainless steel prop, 2 extra props (one used stainless steel and 1 new aluminum), 2 skis, ski rope, ski prop, fishing net, two life jackets, new tires and axel (2021) new spare tire (5/2023). Owner kept great care of this boat. Includes original owners manuals and well documented repairs and maintenance. Stratos HIN BNZ20193A979 Evinrude HIN G05084575

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Fishing Report from TPWD (Nov. 29)

GOOD. Water normal stained; 65 degrees; 2.55 feet below pool. Striped bass fishing is good with gulls working active fish around main lake river ledges in 60-70 feet of water. Drift live shad or flukes suspended 30-40 feet down. Largemouth and smallmouth bass are fair on live shad along the bluffs, and the main lake points off the banks. Swimbaits are landing catches off the boulders and on the clay banks. Catfish are good, drifting large cut shad chunks along deep flats off the river channels in 50-60 feet of water. Bigger fish will start to move shallower with colder water temperatures. Crappie are slow on jigs and minnows fishing brush in 10-15 feet of water and around docks. Report by Jacob Orr, Lake Texoma Guaranteed Guide Service. Striped bass are good with daily limits under the birds. Fish midlake schools with slabs, swimbaits and live bait. There is some deadstick action. Report by John Blasingame, Adventure Texoma Outdoors.

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