A bait carrying rocket that’s tournament-ready.
Starts from MSRP $70,565 w/ VF250LA
The only challenges you’ll have with the newly redesigned 22OO Tournament Edition will be finding enough bait to fill its 95 gallons of livewells and having enough gear for all its tackle and rod storage. A new deck layout with walk-around gunwales and under gunwale storage for rods to 9 feet adds cockpit room and allows for more rods to be out of the way but still at the ready. Add to that a new oversized anchor locker, easier to use lockable rod storage boxes, two in-deck castnet lockers and more deck space. Combine all this with Pathfinder’s famous quality construction and exceptional running performance and you have the most complete 22 foot bait carrying machine ever built.
2200 TE Specifications
Custom Colors & 2-Tone Options Also Available
Take a Closer Look at the 2200 TE
2200 TE Standard Features
2200 TE Optional Features
Pathfinder Owners Unflappable Confidence in their Boats
I fish off the 2200 tournament series pathfinder for my charter business, Tighten Up Fishing, out of Stuart, Florida. This bay boat proved over and over again that it is a one of a kind boat. In my region, it’s all about getting to the fish and not being held back from your surroundings. The 22’ pathfinder has no limits. I can catch myself on some days less than 9” of water, and the next day, be running 30+ miles offshore in 1,500’ looking for swords. I can promise you that we have taken this boat out through some really wicked days of weather. Seeing the inlet stacking up to 3-5 ft during late fall and winter is normal. No doubt, we are going to send it, and that’s with all three live wells completely full. Side note, the live wells handle all variety of baits. I can blacken my wells with even the softest of baits and have confidence that they’ll be fine throughout the day. It’s starting to be normal for the big offshore boats to see my pathfinder flying around spot to spot. It doesn’t matter how rough it is, once we set up fishing upwind and up-current, for a solid drift, it’s as if you were fishing out of a big cockpit. We stay dry, we stay safe, and we stay tight. ”Capt. Jessy Berry, Port St. Lucie, FL