Outcast Fish Cat® 4-LCS Float Tube
The Outcast Fish Cat 4-LCS Float Tube features a comfortable foam seat and backrest designed to keep anglers warmer and drier by positioning the seat above the water level. This innovative design properly positions anglers for more effective fin kicks, provides a better field of vision and longer casts. The lightweight Fish Cat 4-LCS is constructed with two durable vinyl air cells and a 600-denier PVC bottom that resists snags and is 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. Includes two spacious gear pockets with drink holders and a repair kit. Color: Navy/Black. Weight: 14 lbs. Maximum weight capacity: 250 lbs. Five year manufactures warranty. Imported.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 17 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Flyfishguy Good, dependable stuff I have been using a Fish Cat 4 for over five years and find it to be the best float tube I have ever used. The "V" Hull gets you through the water with the greastest of ease and the Boston Valves located at the back of each main bladder deflates or inflates in a few minuites. The heavy PVC Bottom is tough as nails and this boat has plenty of storage. The Fish Cat 4 LCS has a new and improved stripping apron which makes this boat even better. December 29, 2007
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A:The new one are better. Remember to always leave part of your tube in the water when you take a shore break. If you have to bring it on shore place it in the shade. While out of the water the Sun will weaken the stitches in the zipper and the seams.
A:It will hold you but you will ride lower in the water. Remember that you will be placing items in the pouches and that will increase your weight. You might consider the Outcast Fat Cat as it is rated at 350 lbs capicity.
A:My nephew weights 220 and he pushes his comfort level is this. I would NOT recommend this item for you
A:When deflated you can fold it over and the fold it again. It will fit in the SUV just deflated. I carry mine in the back of a jeep. Always deflate it before storing it and before going up in altitude as the increase in altitude will cause any air in it to expand. When you reach your destination you can blow it up.
Details:What's the best way to inflate? Is a motor-inflator worth it? does it come with an inflator?
A:It does not come with a air pump. I recommend a( K Pump )as it is made of polyethylene and by lifting one piece and pushing it over the other one will push a lot of air with each stroke. Depending on the type valve on the tube you may need to attach a small plastic tube on the end of the pump.
You could use a electric pump but the K Pump is a very easy one to use and cheaper than a electric one.
A:I use a manual, dual action pump. Even if you choose to get an electric or battery operated pump, have a manual for back-up AND BRING IT WITH YOU EVERYTIME. You will not be happy if those fail (and they eventually will) or your batteries die and you have no back-up.
A:The stripping apron in front of you will keep you from sliding. Adjust your back rest straps to keep you sitting straigt up and not leaning back and you will not slide forward.
I have never slid of the seat in my Fat Cat or my Fish Cat 4.
A:I was wondering the same thing, but when I got the boat and tried it the seat is far enough back, and angled so that there are no doubts that you'll stay seated. Hope this helps!
A:I have this tube and what I do is lay the seat back just a little and I don't have a problem with sliding out...hope this helps
A:To the best of my knowledge the Fish Cat 4 has 2 bladders, 1 on each side.
A:The Outcast Fish Cat 4-LCS Float Tube only has two chambers. I do not believe that any float tube is Coast Guard approved and I have never heard of any float tube having four actual chambers. The Outcast's Fish Cat 4 Deluxe LCS Float Tube has an inflatable seat and backrest; but these cannot be considered as Chambers.
It is always advisable to wear a Personal Floatation Device (PFD) while using a float tube and this should be Coast Guard approved. I suggest that you buy a PDF that is not too bulky or long, to give you maximum freedom whist in the tube, but ensure that it is still suitable for your weight.
A:Not sure if it is Coast Guard approved or not, but I have this model and it has two chambers. There are two air bladders on each side that are 'banana' shaped that run from the black tips on the front where they come together at the back. Hope this helps.
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