Pond King Champ with Duck Blind
If you love to fish as much as you love to hunt, the Pond King Champ with Duck Blind is the combo for you! Our Champ is a two-man fishing pontoon, but when you add our custom-built duck blind, it becomes the perfect floating duck blind to get you out on the water, undercover, and where the ducks are. (Price listed is for Base-model Champ with Duck Blind.)
Please note; We are currently having trouble sourcing 55 lb. tiller-control trolling motors. If you choose a 55 lb. trolling motor, it could be several months before those arrive which will hold up the delivery of your boat. Please consider choosing the 45 lb. motor, which is the most popular size for this boat. You can also opt to have us wire the boat for a trolling motor, but source your own.
The Proof Is In Our Products
Never miss a shot fumbling with panels!
The top shooting panel of the duck blind drops out of the away with just a nudge so it's easy to get off those quick shots. Plus, with an all-aluminum frame, the Champ will maximize your time on the water - hunting and fishing. It’s lightweight, super easy to haul and you don’t need to spend a bunch of time covering and uncovering this mini-pontoon. It’s about as low-maintenance as you’ll find on the market.
Champ with Duck Blind Standard Features
Standard features for the Champ with Duck Blind aluminum, floating duck blind include: a trolling motor mount and wired plug, two Tempress camouflage seats with pull-out posts, black battery box, 6 in. railing, duck blind frame and netting.
Pond King Champ with Duck Blind Specs
Pond King Champ with Duck Blind Shipping Info
- Blind Attachment Length: 91.5 in.
- Blind Attachment Width: 53 in.
- Blind Attachment Height: 70 in.
- Boat and Blind Attachment Height: 88 in.
Seat Capacity2 Seats Included2 Deck Dimensions4' 7" x 8' Deck Area37 sq. ft. Pontoon Length10' Pontoon Diameter14" Pontoon Thickness.080 Weight Capacity650 lbs. Motor/HP CapacityElectric Only Shaft LengthElectric Only Boat Weight250 lbs. Boat Width (edge to edge)70" Trailer Weight (trailer not included)200 lbs. Length on Trailer17' 6" Height on Trailer
Small pontoon boat shipping information
Aqua Cycle, Champ, Sport, Pro, Ultra, Lil' Cruiser and Elite delivery information
These boats can be picked up at our location or will be delivered by Pond King with our "Turn Around Guarantee." If you’re not satisfied with your pontoon boat at delivery, we will “turn around” and refund your entire deposit.
The delivery charge for these boats is $1.75/mile, one way, within 299.9 miles of Gainesville, TX. For anywhere else in the continental U.S., shipping is $2.00/mile, one way. Please call 940-305-0490 or email email@example.com for a shipping estimate.
Mini pontoon boat shipping information
The True Do-it-Yourselfer Mini Pontoon Boat Kit, and The Build Your Own Boat Kit Plus ship free via ground to any address in the lower 48 states.
The Rebel, Minimal Assembly DIY Boat Kit and the Patriot Two-Man Fishing Mini Pontoon ships free via motor freight to residential address with a lift-gate.
Can you help me decide which of the Pond King Small Pontoon Boat is right for me?
Of course! Our pontoon boat experts will be happy to help you decide which boat will best suit your needs. You can also use our small pontoon boat comparison chart to choose your base model (see chart below). Also, on the home page is a product selector that will point you in the right direction.
Once I've placed my order, how long will it take to get my Pond King Small Pontoon Boat?
All of Pond King's pontoon boats are made to order, right here at our facility in Gainesville. Once we receive your order, we'll get started building your boat but production time will depend on when you place your order. (If you are ordering between March and June, call for an estimated delivery time.) COVID-19 UPDATE: Some of our lead times have been impacted by COVID-19. Please call to get an estimated ship date before placing your order.
Do Pond King Small Pontoon Boats require much maintenance?
All the Pond King pontoon boats are designed to be low maintenance with welded aluminum subframes, heavy gauge pontoons, and stainless steel hardware. Unlike a V-hull or Jon-boat, Pond King pontoon boats don’t require constant tarping or need to be bailed out after a storm. Once delivered, your Pond King pontoon boat can pretty much stay in the water.
What are the decking materials?
The decking on the Lil’ Cruiser is made of premium-carpeted, marine grade plywood. The decking on all of our other pontoon boats is made of custom extruded, tongue-in-groove aluminum planks with a skid-resistant powder-coating. The decks of our pontoon boats stay cool and aren’t slippery when wet, plus they'll last a lifetime.
Why do all the Pond King Small Pontoon Boats only have two pontoons?
At Pond King, we manufacture our boats, start to finish, right here at our facility in Gainesville, Texas, and that includes the pontoons. We roll our pontoons to our own specifications from 0.080” marine-grade 5052 aluminum. By adjusting the diameter to length ratio, we can create the appropriate buoyancy for each of our boats - so they only need two pontoons. If you check out our mini pontoon boats, you'll see that some of our boats actually have 4 pontoons - but they are configured to act the same way our 2 pontoon system works.
Is there a reason for the cone shape on the front of the pontoon?
You bet. The cone shape on the front of the pontoon improves the boats steer-ability. We’ve specifically designed the pitch of our cones to keep the nose up – when you are speeding up or slowing down – and to facilitate maneuverability in the water, so the front end slices through the water.
Are Pond King Small Pontoon Boat frames welded or bolted together?
Pond King's small pontoon boats are known for their stability, especially as it relates to their size. Welding our frames together, versus bolting, provides a very high level of torsional stability at the joints which contributes to the overall stability of the craft.
How are the frames attached to the pontoons on the Pond King Small Pontoon Boats?
Unlike bolts, welds don’t work loose over time. That’s why at Pond King we weld the deck frames to brackets, which are then welded to the pontoons, contributing to the boat’s stability and longevity.
How can I pay for my boat?
We prefer you pay with a good-old-fashioned check, but we also accept credit cards and financing is available for Texas residents. Because all of our boats are built to order, we require a $1,000 deposit before we start construction. The balance is due either prior to shipping or at the time of delivery. If you are picking your boat up, or we are delivering it, we'll require the balance when you take possession of the boat. If you need to cancel your order prior to delivery, we'll refund your deposit minus a 5% administration fee.
Is a trailer included with my Pond King Small Pontoon Boat?
Most of our customers have us put their boat on the water, and that's where it stays, so trailers don't come standard, although we do have ShoreLand’r Trailers available for all models, except the Rebel. The Rebel Mini Pontoon was actually designed to be transported in the bed of a standard sized pickup truck so you won't need a trailer. For all the other boats, if you’re planning on hauling, you’ll need a trailer.
What outboard shaft length do the small pontoon boats require?
A short shaft outboard will work on the Sport model, but if you're getting the Pro model or larger, you'll need a long shaft outboard.
Where can I find a detailed schematic of the different seating arrangements?
We've just recently been getting questions about the distance between the seats on many of our boats. We're working on getting these schematics drawn for each of our boats and as we get them done, we'll add them here.
What is the “Turn Around Guarantee?”
If you’re not satisfied with your pontoon boat at delivery, we’ll “turn around,” bring the boat back to Gainesville, and refund the entire amount you've paid - minus the delivery fee.