Pathfinder 2400 TRS

We recently tested the Pathfinder 2400 TRS on Lake Mead, Nevada. The boat truly showcased its ability to meld family leisure with serious fishing. The Pathfinder 2400 TRS is a spacious 24′ 4″ bay boat, with a 9-foot beam and a 15-degree deadrise. Its raised freeboard offers a sense of security, typically offering in larger center consoles.

During our outing, we were busy reeling in stripers, but the comfort of the boat stood out when we took breaks. The bow lounge, is particularly notable. It’s folding forward seats were simple and easy to use. Further,  the premium helm seat can comfortably seat two adult men. For families, the boat’s aft deck seating effortlessly converts into a casting deck. The 38-gallon livewell, fishbox, and extensive rod storage impressed us. Those features alone make the Pathfinder 2400 TRS a top pick for fishing. We learned that our boat has several optional features like a pump-out head and removable shades, making our chill out time much more enjoyable.

The boat’s single-stepped hull design gave quick response and peeking at the GPH equaled a fuel-efficient voyage. Additionally, the variety of color options allows for personalization for those consider this boat or similar models. All-in-all, the Pathfinder 2400 TRS stands out as a versatile bay boat, ideal for creating both lasting family memories and thrilling fishing tales.


Pathfinder 2400 TRS from $111,1869 to $159,950
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Final Score

The 2400 TRS is a 23′ 11″ boat, seating nine and rated for 300 HP with a 73-gallon fuel tank. Priced at $111,869 with an F250XB, she may be a difficult ask for those financing in the middle class.

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