Angler Qwest pontoons are made for fishing. And for entertaining your family on the water of course. But in that order.

The Pro Troll model offers a unique layout with centre console-like helm station with a single seat for the captain, which leaves plenty of room to walk around either side of the helm as you move from the bow to the stern of this fishing-inspired pontoon.  The fiberglass console accommodates today’s large sonar screens, a custom gauge panel and a five spoke stainless steel steering wheel.

Up the bow you’ll find two very traditional forward loungers that face each other. It’s a great place for the family to sit as you cruise the lake at sunset, or for the non-fishermen in your family to curl up with a book while you get down to the business of fishing.

At the stern you’ll find an open deck area that makes for plenty of space for all your fishing tackle boxes, bait pails, and the requisite cooler full of ice for the day’s catch on the floor, and still leaves ample room to stand, cast and work a fish in.

The Pro Troll series is available in six models with maximum horsepower rating from 90hp to 250hp in the 824 tri-tube.

As an independent boat builder, Angler Qwest lets you can power your Pro Troll with your choice of Mercury, Suzuki, Yamaha, Evinrude, or Honda outboards.


Length: 24’4” / 7.3 m
Beam: 97” / 2.42 m
Weight: 2,580 lbs / 1,172 kgs
Pontoon Diameter: 24”
Max Capacity: 12
Max HP: 250 hp
MSRP: $70,000 US

For more information visit

Previous articlePop-Up Cleats Easy To Add
Next articleBennington 23SSBX
Brad Roberts
Brad grew up at the family cottage on Lake Simcoe using both powerboats and sailboats. A veteran journalist with large national daily newspapers, outdoor interest magazines, and syndicated television shows, Brad has entertained and educated readers for over 25 years with his unique family-inclusive perspective. His favorite pastime is teaching others to use their boats to access the freedom and beauty of a Life Afloat. Brad, his wife, and their three daughters have traveled and boated all over North America and the Caribbean, but choose to keep their "floating home" on the fresh waters of Central Ontario.