April 21, 2020
Until now, venturing out into windswept, big water came with its limits. You could only go out as far as the boat was designed to handle the pounding, rolling waves. All that has changed with the introduction of the all-new 2019 Skeeter WX2200.
With an overall length of 22 feet and a beam of over 8 feet, the WX2200 is the biggest deep-V ever made by Skeeter in its celebrated 70-year history. As the biggest of the big, this boat’s features give you the confidence to cross waters you never would have considered. Until now.
This beefed up rig stands out from other deep-V fiberglass fishing boats. Skeeter engineers designed the WX2200 with big water tournament anglers in mind by creating industry-exclusive front and rear aluminum deck grid inserts.
Peace of mind and the assurance the WX2200 will stand up to the test in big water are major benefits of the aluminum deck grid structure. Adding superior support and strength, you get a boat that is designed to tame the waves, provide a better ride, and absorb the shock of big water.
The new WX2200 features improved front and rear deck space and a larger cockpit area, opening up even more interior space for assembling bait rigs for trolling, rigging up the heavy action tackle needed for going after big fish, and plenty of room for fighting and netting a prized catch.
Storage is plentiful and a much-needed asset for big-water multispecies fiberglass boats. Walleye fishing demands versatility, and the WX2200 delivers with roomy compartments designed to hold all the lures, bait rigs, terminal tackle, tools, and apparel you need to make a day of it without leaving anything behind.
The WX2200 tames the chop and cuts down running time between fishing spots. It eliminates the guesswork of what you need in a top-shelf boat. Best of all, the long list of standard features are factory installed by the most skilled boat builders in the business. skeeterboats.com