Scout 192, year 1998, w/150 Yami saltwater series. Info and specs, please

fishonfishon Posts: 957 Officer
Interested in this boat, but having a hart time getting boat specs and motor performance. Pros and cons on this rig?
Anyone running this boat? What type MPG can one expect at cruising speed? WOT? Thanks Tomm
Triton 1870 Bay Sport, 115 merc. 4/stroke,
Fish Shallow saltwater, lakes central Fl. And Lake Oconee Ga.
Live in Lakeland

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  • that_guythat_guy Posts: 97 Greenhorn
    Post your questions on THT. A lot more traffic on that site in regards to boating.
  • boscoeboscoe Posts: 79 Deckhand
    that_guy wrote: »
    Post your questions on THT. A lot more traffic on that site in regards to boating.

    What an understatement.

    What has happened to this site?
  • tunamantunaman Posts: 3,752 Captain
    To much brow beating!
  • Capt. PantsCapt. Pants Posts: 659 Officer
    fishon wrote: »
    Interested in this boat, but having a hart time getting boat specs and motor performance. Pros and cons on this rig?
    Anyone running this boat? What type MPG can one expect at cruising speed? WOT? Thanks Tomm
    With a Yammie 150 WOT was right at 48mph with 3 guys and loaded to fish. You can mess around with props and engine heights to squeeze every MPH out of her. We ran just a plain old Yammie SS prop.
    From the water, at rest she looks just like a flats boat, but totally different feel when you're inside as the cockpit "feels" very deep and "safe". The wide bench seat across the rear deck makes it like driving in a Cadillac, and is great when there's kids involved. Front deck is small, but really don't need more unless you're always fishing 2-3 guys on the bow. Plenty of storage. Release well is HUGE under rear deck, baitwell is big too and aeration system is great.
    I had no complaints and always wondered why the in-laws let that one go??
    Never checked MPG, ran a carb'd Yammie 150. Felt like we never fueled up bay fishing.
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