Many people know the name Triton for its line of bass boats, but don’t let that fool you. They’ve been building saltwater fishing machines for years, and one that will be of serious interest to bay anglers is the 220 LTS Pro.
Critical Fishing Features
- Two flush-mount gunwale rod holders
- Four under-gunwale rod racks
- Four leaning post rocket launchers
- 10 stainless-steel vertical console rod holders
- 25-gallon and 60-gallon live wells
- Leaning post w/slide-out 65-quart Yeti Tundra cooler
- Four-inch hydraulic jack plate
- For a 22-footer, the Triton has rather massive fore and aft casting decks. The foredeck has room for two elevated anglers, and while many bay boats of this size have an aft casting deck just long enough to accommodate the flip-up jump seats, on this model the aft deck is at least 50-percent longer.
- Casting decks are ringed with a slight toe-kick and all hardware is flush-mounted, so fly anglers will be able to cast from both forward and aft positions.
- Taking a lesson from the bass fishing world, one of the live wells is actually a full-blown release well with a whopping 60-gallons of capacity. That makes it ideal for live catch-and-release tournaments. When you’re looking to catch dinner, it also makes for a hefty insulated fish box.
See the Triton 22 LTS Pro on video.