Outcast Fish Cat® 4 Deluxe LCS Float Tube
Building on the incredible success of the Outcast Fish Cat 4-LCS, Outcast's Fish Cat 4 Deluxe LCS Float Tube incorporates an inflatable seat and backrest for greater comfort and easy, compact storage/transport. This innovative float tube features a unique design which places the inflatable seat above the water level to keep anglers drier and warmer. The raised seat also puts anglers in position for a more effective fin kick, a better field of vision and an opportunity to cover more water with longer casts. Constructed of two durable vinyl air cells and a 600-denier PVC bottom that resists snags, it's rugged enough to withstand wear and tear. An adjustable height stripping apron provides easy entry and exit while a tensioned apron surface reduces the hassle of controlling stripped line. Two spacious gear pockets with beverage holders ensure you have a convenient place to keep necessities. Inflated Size: 44'' x 54''. Weight: 14 lbs. Imported.
Rated 4 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by floatmaster i'm 365 LBS i have had other tubes and never been this far out of the water and the apron can hold a fish just fine had a 13.6 LBS bass on mine the only thing that upset me was i was not told my pump for my other tube would not work you need the out cast pump. December 31, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by TWL85 Quality and Comfort I don't have many float tubes to compare this too but the biggest thing I noticed thats different is where you sit in the water. In the Fish Cat your sitting much higher which definitely allows for more varied casting at greater distances with a much better view of the water. I found the folding lap table very handy and had no problems using it for removing hooks and tying on flies/lures. The tape measure was more handy then I would have thought. It was very easy to get a measurement of the fish while removing the hook which made the release time back into the water much faster. I think the above reviewer didn't realize it's meant to be a net on top of your lap not an actual table. Probably my favorite part of the whole setup. The seat is very comfortable and allows for lots of adjustment through out the day. After buying this i wouldn't even consider the other brands it's more then worth the extra money. The more expensive fat cat could be worth it. Be sure to look into the rod holder, carrying case and anchor. All very worthy investments." June 21, 2009
Rated 3 out of 5 by Bula The new Outcast float tube design I have tried and am not very pleased with the new apron that the Outcast floats come with now. The major problem with the apron is that it is not strong enough to support a fish that you are trying to land. The apron is fine for just plain stripping, but what happens when you land that fish? This is a problem with the design using a plastic stick to prop the apron up for stripping is fine, but don't expect to put any weight on it. May 15, 2008
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Details:I wonder if I could make an attachment for the smallest trolling motor in the bow of the float tube? It would getting across larger water much easier.
Details:Difference in fish cat 4, and the deluxe is small price. Can anyone tell me the difference- ie. why is deluxe worth more
A:The biggest difference is in the inflatable seat and back for reduced bulk when packing the tube for transport. The rigit seat and pack insertes take as much room as the bag itself. Go for the smaller storage option in the deluxe package.
A:you have a lot more room and sits u hirer all round better tube
A:The deluxe seat/back is inflatable, the regular version has a pad instead
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