There is a new surge of interest in serious bass fishing, and as a consequence, a renewed emphasis on styling up new tournament-ready bass boats. The Jaguar is Bass Cat’s latest model and the finest extension of its performance DNA. On pad, the Jaguar can move out at 80 mph with a modest load of fuel, one angler and three deep-cycle trolling-motor batteries. That feat is easily accomplished by jumping it up on plane in a negative trim position to about 45 mph. When throttled up, feed in trim to let the rpm climb to wide-open throttle. Once on pad, the Jaguar is stable and steady. That steady ride comes from its rigid construction accomplished with a full-beam, compression-molded composite transom and a stringer grid vacuum-molded into the hull.