Sevylor® Fish Hunter Inflatable Fishing Boats
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- 2-chamber, 30-gauge PVC hull
- Multichambered floor with twin tunnel chambers for extra stability and better tracking
- Rod holders
- Easy-inflating Boston valves on the main chambers
- Gear pouch
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.
Maximum 3hp motor.
9'2'' model: seats 4; 4'6'' beam; 700 lb. capacity; 1 inflatable seat.
12' model: seats 6; 5' beam; 1200 lb. capacity; 2 inflatable seats; marine battery pouch.
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 28
Rated 5 out of 5 by BoB2 Very good boat for 2.
I just got my boat week ago the 12' one.. and got a 55lbs powler troller motor. both run Excellent. had to do add lil wood on motor mount to fit the trolling motor. but i love fishing with it. Great for 2 people. and we had alot stuff. anchor,radio,fishing box,3rods,foot pump,small cooler,a Big deep cel battery thats good for HOURS of use . used my motor for like 7 hours stright. still had 1-2 hours,. nice lil fishing boat forsure.
June 12, 2007
Rated 4 out of 5 by matto alright
I like this boat alright. I wish I had paid the little extra and bought the more expensive one.
March 5, 2007
Rated 4 out of 5 by ll1234 Good little boat
I have owned the HF-250 for over two years. Bought it because I couldn't buy another vehicle to put a boat on top or to pull one - I have a Honda Civic. So this boat folds up nicely and fits in the trunk. Itis light weight and can be carried a distance if you want to fish in a lake that is off of the beaten path.
I select the Sevylor because it has 5 chambers and that has come in handy once when I ripped one chamber pulling the boat on shore as a lightening was crashing around me. I was able to get to the boat launch and later fix the boat.
For most of the last two summers, I have used it 3-6 times a week (Yes I am addicted) and it has served me well. I built a wooden floor for the bottom and I am able to stand in it when it suits me.
The only knock I have is that they exagerate the number of people that can use the boat for fishing (and presumably hunting). The HF-250 is supposedly a 3 person boat and the box that it comes in shows three in it. Two large people will have problems. I have no problem by myself or with my daughter joining me but I don't bring all of my tackle when she is with me.
The neat thing about it is that you can go places others would not take a "normal" boat. There is no draft so water depth is not an issue. It is also fun to catch a big fish without an anchor down and play "Old man and the sea" fighting fight the fish while it is pulling you around. I have had some 5 lb bass do this for me. You will need an anchor though since it doesn't have a draft and is easily pushed by the wind but that makes it easy to row. I have had not problem covering a lake that is over a mile long.
July 14, 2006
Rated 1 out of 5 by malinois leaks
I should have known better, it was the only one on the shelf and it was taped up like it had been opened before. I got it home to find out it had been used, it had muddy foot prints in it and the battery box was ripped from the rope. keeping positive I inflated it and took it to the pond, about 30 minutes later I noticed it was going flat.....then I was very dissapointed.
June 26, 2006
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