Multichambered floor with twin tunnel chambers for extra stability and better tracking
Easy-inflating Boston valves on the main chambers
Great for getting into those hard-to-fish places!
Built with all the features a fisherman needs: superior quality 2-chamber 30-gauge PVC hull; multichambered floor with twin tunnel chambers for extra stability while fighting fish and better tracking through rough water; rod holders; easy-inflating Boston valves on the main chambers; gear pouch. Repair kit included. Color: Olive Green. Imported.
Rated 5 out of 5 by FishinInMO Great boat for the money
We weren't sure about buying an inflatable boat but after reading a lot of good reviews and researching the FH 360, we bought the 12 ft one. It was a great purchase and we use it all the time. It is sturdy and can easily hold 3 adults and our gear. This boat makes for a fun day on the river and then can be folded up and put in the trunk of a car. We were pleasantly surprised by the quality and would highly recommend it. There are also a lot of extras you can buy to make it even better.
May 23, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by 08HybridOK Great little Boat
Bought this boat shortly after getting the kids interested in fishing. Quicly made up my mind to also by the trolling motor and a small anchor! Wind will blow you around (plenty of wind in OK). I bought the 6 man version, and eaisly fits 2 large adults and 2 kids and some gear. Easy to inflate, sturdy and stable in the water!
May 13, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by TURKEYCRAZY Awsome boat
wow what can i say about this boat. Blew up real quick and the floor was rigid enough to stand on. I sugesst you get an anchor cause this boat will get blown
September 14, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by cheese fish hunter 360
works great for jeep trail lakes with no boat access glides smoothly across water and really needs the motor for easier handling
May 22, 2008
I am wondering if the bottom of the boat is of rugged (durable) material or does it feel it will pop with any poke? I want it for canals and lakes but am worried about crocs and alligators in south fla.
Here is what I found on Florida DNR web site: Yes, all vessels used on public waterways with any kind of motor must be titled and registered. However, you might call to check by calling 1-888-347-4356.