SKU
BPA10P104

PREDATOR 103

$1,049.99
PREDATOR 103 is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 22.
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The Pelican PREDATOR 103 is a spacious and lightweight fishing boat requiring minimal maintenance. Read more

PREDATOR 103

The Pelican PREDATOR 103 is a spacious and lightweight fishing boat requiring minimal maintenance. This practical fishing boat is stable, compact and ecological. It features folding and swiveling seats, vertical rod holders, a built-in motor mount and a battery compartment with a 12 V electrical outlet, a livewell compartment, drink holders, 4 mooring cleats and a stainless steel bow tow eye. Made of RAM-X™ impact-resistant material, the PREDATOR 103 is built to last for many fishing trips on lakes and rivers worth sharing with friends and family.
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Functionalities

Functionalities
  • 2 Vertical rod holders
  • 4 mooring cleats
  • 12 V outlet battery compartment
  • Built-in prewired motor mount
  • Drain plug
  • Drink holders
  • Folding and swiveling seats
  • Livewell compartment
  • Prewired for electric motor or sonar
  • Stainless steel bow tow eye

Specifications

  • Length
    10 ft 3 in. - 312 cm
  • Width
    61 in. - 155 cm
  • Weight
    154 lb - 70 kg
  • Capacity
    505 lb - 229 kg
  • Seating
    2
  • Maximum HP
    7 HP

Warranty & Materials

2-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
Pelican International works hard to ensure our products are free from defect. Therefore, we will repair or replace the hull on this item should it fail within 2 years of its purchase date due to poor quality in materials or workmanship. All accessories that come pre-assembled on your product are guaranteed for 1 year. Please see full details of warranty here.
RAM-XTM is a multi-layer material exclusive to Pelican. It is known for its high impact-resistance, its ability to regain its initial shape after violent impacts and its UV-protected exterior finish. RAM-XTM has become the benchmark of quality in the industry.

Reviews & Questions

Rated 1 out of 5 by from Horrible boat. Takes in water. I bought this boat a few months ago and have only used it twice. The first problem was that it cannot be left in the rain at all. As soon as the water fills above the drain plug level the water will leak in between the hull and the lining. The only way to remove the water is to drill a hole in the lining and put in a hose to suck it out. The second problem is that the front hull drain plug also intakes water. I took the boat out on the water and within 15 minutes it was taking in water under the lining. The lining started to deform and pop up and I could feel the water under it when I pished it down. Don't buy this poorly designed boat.
Date published: 2015-10-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Predator - Pelican 10'3" Great little boat for fishing in ponds and calm lakes. I put a 2.5 Hp outboard on it and it really moved. I use a trolling motor in the ponds and it is more than sufficient (40lb thrust on 12 volt marine battery) . I got about 6-7 good hours using the trolling motor on one battery. The boat is seats two - I'm 250 and it had no problem with me and my gear. I was able to man-handle it into the back of my F150 with the tailgate down
Date published: 2014-05-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great boat for pond fishing Had this boat a year and love it on my 8 acre pond. I use it on a 30 lb thrust trolling motor and it does great with 2 people. It's stable enough for two big guys to stand up and fish. The seats are not the greatest but certainly not uncomfortable and swivel nicely. I think a lot of the complaints are a little unreasonable for an $800 boat. It's not made for luxury or amenities, it's just a pond hopper. The pre-wiring is a nice option and I also have a small fish finder hooked up to the 12v battery. Don't use the live well for anything but to hold beer. Nice option. No leaking problems as I've read with some here. I simply pull it out of the water after use, spray it with the hose and wipe it down with a towel. Done. I do store it under cover but still it's outdoors and no problems so far with summer heat or winter cold. I recommend this to anyone looking for access to ponds and small lakes at a minimal expense.
Date published: 2016-04-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Go Get one Nice boat, fit in the bed of the truck perfectly.Not heavy at all. We use it in our lake.....i even take it out by myself (female).
Date published: 2013-03-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from lake fishing boat This boat handles well and the midi placement of the battery balances the weight better than my old V hull. I am a bit disappointed, though, that I cannot leave the boat tied to my dock. If I do and it rains, it fills with water BETWEEN the outer and inner shells. I have to take it out of the water every time I use it and tip it on it's side to keep it sea (lake) worthy. Since it weighs about 160 lbs, this is rather a nuisance. Otherwise, it's a great little boat. I do wonder what on earth the manufacturer was thingking when they made the interior WHITE. I guess they've never fished :-)
Date published: 2018-08-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love the boat! Bought the boat about a months ago and love it. Really stable, 6 hp Yamaha pushes it great. The only thing I would change on the boat is the positioning of the lids on the live well and battery box. The seats have to be turned a certain way to open the live well or battery box. I'm sure installing a seat that isn't as wide would remedy that but I haven't gotten around to trying it. Overall great boat
Date published: 2016-01-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It is a really nice, stable, and easy to control boat.
Date published: 2012-06-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great first little boat I bought this little boat and put a 30lbs thrust triller motor on the back. It does the job for the little ponds and lakes that are located in Bossier.
Date published: 2014-06-25
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My preditor has water trapped in between the inner and outer hulls. How do I remove it? Is there a way of loosening the rear plug to drain it?

Asked by: Pat
You need to remove the drain plug in the livewell however, you can check the plug in the front as well. Make sure the plug in the livewell is secure. You would need to drain both plugs after each use.
Answered by: Pelican
Date published: 2019-09-19

Can I replace the 40 amp inline fuse for a 50 amp circuit breaker since it’s 8 gauge wire?

Asked by: Joey 27
We do not recommend it as if you use over 40 amps, you can burn the fuse loop.
Answered by: Pelican
Date published: 2019-09-17

I bought a predator pelican recently with 12 volt plug installed which I am unable to connect my trolling motor. I need to find out if there is a male quick connector that I can purchase to use on my trolling motor?

Asked by: sportsman
I believe this is what you would need :) https://www.pelicansport.com/us_en/ps0091-00
Answered by: Pelican
Date published: 2019-09-17

How do i drain the water from inner shell?

Asked by: Pres
You would need to remove the drain plug from the outside front part just near the cleat. Then you can tilt the boat on the bow and drain.
Answered by: Pelican
Date published: 2019-09-11

Do I have to tag this type of boat to put on the lake?

Asked by: Treander88
Well here in Texas you put even a trolling motor you have to register it. What I want to know is does Pelican offer a MSO so I can register it would like to do some inner bay fishin.
Answered by: Robert
Date published: 2019-06-15

Good in brackish water?

Asked by: Joshua
It is fine to use in brackish water but you will want to thoroughly rinse it off with fresh water after each use.
Answered by: Pelican
Date published: 2019-05-16

I live on a non-motor boat lake- can this boat be set up to row with oars?

Asked by: Jamie
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