Get more for your boat money with our Lost Lake Open Front Float Tube Combo! This well-priced combo includes our quality Lost Lake Open Front Float Tube, Double Action Hand Pump and a pair of Lost Lake Kicker fins.
The Lost Lake Open Front Float Tube is constructed from durable 420 denier nylon with rugged PVC bladders and features ample tackle storage pouches with dual zippers, removable fly patch, comfortable quick-release seating, hi-visibility back safety panel, mesh striping apron with ruler, hook 'n loop rod holder, carrying handles, multiple D-rings for tools and accessories and a reliable and easy access Boston valve for quick inflation and deflation. Plus, all critical seams have been triple stitched, so you don't have to worry about anything except hooking your next fish!
The Double Action Hand Pump will allow you to inflate your Lost Lake Float Tube with in less time and with less effort. Made from rugged, non-corrosive plastic with foot plate for easy pumping, this small air pump provides a high-volume of air flow on both up and down strokes.
The lightweight Lost Lake Kickers fins are fully adjustable and are designed to be worn over your wading boots and attach with nylon cords. Lost Lake Kickers measure 9'' x 20'' and provide maximum propulsion and control. One size fits most. Imported.
White River Fly Shop® Replacement Open Front Float Tube Bladder sold separately.
Rated 4 out of 5 by flybum Great and a great bargin
Starting my second season with this tube I love it and use it often. I mostly fish rivers and this tube works great on slow moving deeper rivers and holes that are to difficult to get any other craft into. There are really only three problems I have with this outfit. 1 The pockets while very ample in size they are placed too far back on the pontoon making it sometimes difficult to get at all my gear. 2 I fly fish and there just aren’t enough attachment points for extra gear such as extra rod tubes. 3 I just don’t feel that the fins included in the outfit package are secure, BUT for the price I can afford a set of fin tethers.
May 11, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by panfisherman89 AWSOME!!!!
THIS WATERCRATF IS SO AWSOME!!! I used it two weekends ago and caught 94 bluegill and 27 largemouth bass. All becuase of its handy mobility and craftieness, all of the people on the shores where jealous of my posession, i would absolutely recomend this !!! its sturdy, its portable, and its EXTREMELY DURABLE!! so please go out and buy this at your bass pro!!!!
March 25, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Volv Awesome fun!
I mainly fish saltwater. I have a friend who float tubes in the ocean, so I decided to join him. We fish in the harbors and along shores. This is one great buy. As another reviewer mentioned, taking in the scenery is great on the ocean. No complaints about this product. Holding up great in the saltwater as well. The challenge is when you catch a keeper halibut!!
December 23, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 Very Good Product
I bought this at the suggestion of a friend to get to some fishing
spots on local lakes that the bank fishers can't get to and where
there are no boat launches. I floated and fished for 6 hours without
any problems and had a good time. It was very easy to assemble,
transport and use. Wide zippered pockets for my lures and tackle. I
would strongly suggest this as it adds a different dimension to
fishing. Also you can just relax, float and take in the scenery!
July 4, 2009
No you won't be up above. The seat is is sewn on at the bottom of the tubes so your bottom will be sitting on the surface/in the water. Waders are a needed item for this float tube. I believe Caddis designs theirs with the seat higher on the tube.
No won't. The seat is sewn on at the bottom of the tubes on the side, so your bottom will sit in the water at all times. Great on a hot day, but not so when it's cold. Caddis makes theirs where you sit out of the water.
They come in a complete kid but the kicker fins are one size fits all. I don't think they'll fit a seven year old. Besides that they are a great product. you'll have alot of fun with it. you can get your son a different pair of kickers.
I have been out several time with and without waders. I go without in the warmer months with regular swim fins. I don't tire as fast and am much more comfortable. I think they recomend waders to cover their liability if you get hurt. I don't know about the fin size.
I’m not certain but I do recall that the box does provide that information. I would call your nearest store and ask. That said I’m 6’1” and 230 pounds plus I usually carry between 15 and 25 pounds of gear and stay plenty high in the water.