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Caddis Sports Nevada Gold Float Tube

   

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Earning its name from all the valuable features it offers, the Caddis® Sports Nevada Gold Float Tube will help anglers reach those ''golden spots'' non-tubing anglers simply can’t get to. The Nevada Gold Float Tube's size and U-shape design provides outstanding stability and easy maneuvering, while it tough Cordura® bottom and 420 Denier nylon combine to deliver unbeatable durability. An oversized, padded, adjustable seat makes the Nevada Gold super comfortable, and the five side pockets plus a storage compartment on the top of backrest makes it super convenient. The golden extras this float tube offers include a fly patch, rod holder, stripping apron, fish measure, padded stabilizer bar, carry handles and D-rings. Imported.

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My Best After trying several tubes, Ithink that I have found the best one out there. I got the Nevada two months ago and have used it about 12 times. It is the most comfortable sitting tube I have ever used. August 9, 2011
Quality control? This is my second Nevada Gold tube. Loved the first one (used for 6 years) but was somewhat dissappointed in the second. The lap bar sits too low and hits my knees. The right side of the bar is also a little lower, adding to the problem. Would be too much hassle returning it - guess I'll have to live with it. Like the built in beer holder (a definate must) in the lap apron. Still the best overall tube out there in my opinion. April 13, 2010
great product, great deal I have a few different float tubes, this is by far my favorite. I like that you sit relatively low, I feel it is easy to maneuver. There is sufficient storage and while it is not huge, it is roomy enough (I am 6'1" and over 200 lbs). This is a great product and less expensive than many others May 23, 2012
Does its job well. I have fished on this tube several times, and I think this is a must for any angler who wants to have a portable, inexpensive watercraft that can put you on the fish. I have seen better float tubes, but for the price you cannot get any better. No complaints. December 4, 2010
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contact Caddis
Phone: (360) 891-6000
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do you get wet

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do you sit in the water
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Yes your going to get wet...But you wont sink
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Your legs will set partially in the water. If you are looking to stay dry during your float, the use of a good set of rubber or neoprene waders may be advisable.
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Have white river fly shop tubes and caddis is superior. Material is heavier duty
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It has a good sized swing seat. I would go by the store and have one inflated to see if your needs would be met. This is hard for me to answer. If you can get a side by side comparason of all the float tube would be best. Also there are trolling motor attachements for some float tubes that you may research as well.
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No. But the caddis pro 2000 has what (i think) you are looking for. give that a try.
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whats the weight limit??

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I believe its 250lbs. the caddis website can give you better details
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About 325 lbs.
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The weight capacity is 225 lbs.
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