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Caddis Navigator II Float Tube

   

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Designed for larger anglers, the Caddis® Navigator II Float Tube maneuvers easily on custom pontoon floats—sit high and ride smooth. Oversized flotation support gives you extra comfort. Features extra large storage pockets, 2 rod holders, a mesh apron, and fly patch. Color: Olive. Imported.
Manufacturer model #: NAV/2.

  • Main U-shape back support
  • Main equipment pocket
  • Front rod holder
  • Stabilizer bar
  • Nylon stripping apron with cupholder
  • 58'' long pontoons (bladders included)
  • Backrest (bladder included)
  • Carry handle
  • Multiple D-rings
  • Side rod holder
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Great Buy! I've been using this float tube for the past year. It was a great buy. I liked the design of the two pontoons, the seat was placed in a great position. Lots of storage. It was able to hold both my bait caster and open open reel. It's BIG GUY safe too. I'm 6'1” 320lbs. I haven't noticed stretching on the seams. A word of warning, if you do decide to go to higher elevation be sure to let some air out of the bladders, as the higher you go the more inflated they get!!! POP! Lesson learned! I'm replacing mine. June 25, 2009
Not like the old Caddis Navigator! Well I have been tubing for over 10 years and have always used Caddis Navigators. I finally decided to buy a new tube to replace the three I have...boy what a disappointment! Caddis has changed the way the tubes are made and I am not happy. Got my new Navigator II took it out of the box and inflated the bladders. Tube looked great until the rip-stop cover split. I know for a fact I did not over inflate because the bladders were only about 75% full....it is just cheap materials use to manufacture. I did return it to Bass Pro and they gave me another...if it does it again I will just switch to OutCast float tubes. April 3, 2012
You will not believe this thing I have been float tubing for several years using my old stand by tube. A friend of mine swore by this Caddis Navigator and talked me into trying it out. I can't even began to tell you how great this float tube is. First off the material they use is tough as nails and will hold up to even my abuse. The best part is how comfortable it is. Once I adjusted the air level a bit to make it softer on my back i felt like I was in a first class airplane seat ! I will be spending a lot more time on the water this summer thanks to my new toy. July 16, 2012
Not thrilled The good...shipped fast, seems durable, lots of straps and d-rings. You also sit up nice and high. The bad...top backrest is not needed. I had to deflate the U-shaped tube for comfort (Im 6'3" 240#). The storage bags are very small. When in the water the stabilizer bar really digs into the pontoons, and the pontoons rotate inward and everything pulls too close. I feel a little claustrophobic when fishing. And the apron sags a lot due to the rotation of the pontoons. A little bit of buyers remorse but I am too lazy to return it. July 15, 2012
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The weight capacity for this is 325lbs.

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I have gotten used to the added safety of a center (crotch) strap on my last 3 tubes. All float tubes allow you to slide down in them when you are paddling, and I like the support and safety of that center strap.I am in need of another tube and would like to know if this has that center strap before I order, and the local BPS did not stock this model
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no it doesn't, but i have not fallen out or even felt like i was slipping down while using it.
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There is no strap. it has a wide swing style seat. I have no slippage issues and can easily adjust my seating with no problem. I have never slid down to "paddle" I use dive fins to move about and to hold my position when needed.
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No strap, but not an issue for me. Probably could add one using carring loop in back
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No center strap.
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mine does not, i dont like the center straps, if you roll over it takes longer to get to the surface, i dont think there as safe
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The Navigator II does not have a crotch strap.
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Can a small person use this tube comfortably? 160 lbs. under 6'.
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Yes. I have a friend that has one who is 185lbs and 5-8. He loves it...
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Yes, I am 6 2" and 215 before putting on waders but not an issue if smaller. Plenty of room but I think the big floats on bottom are the key for big guys. You sit high in the water which I like
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yes , you will sit a little higher but moving along is very easy
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I'm 5'5" and 160 lbs and have no difficulty with falling out. There is some slipping forward and pulling yourself back, but by reading some of these reviews it appears to be a common trend.
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what is the weight cap. for this float tube? caddis navigator11.
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I think the max is 350lbs...I would check the website
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The weight cap is 325 lbs
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I emailed caddis about it and their response is that the navigator II float tube has a weight capacity of 325 lbs. I'm 6'3 290 lbs and I have no trouble with anything on this float tube. Great purchase!
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