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 5 out of 5 Good Tube
This is a good float tube, I've used it for a year now and it works great on the lake. It's got plenty of room and it's very sturdy. The pump that comes with it works good, it fills the tube up real fast. The only thing I dont like is the fins that come with it, they are very poor quality, just toss them and buy some better ones cuz they are real cheap and break real easy. Other than that this is a great buy and extremely fun to fish and relax in.
March 10, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by bamabassguy Worth Every Penny!
I bought this float tube a while back, and love it! I didn't have room for a boat, but wanted a way to reach certain lake areas that are unaccessable by land. My first day out in this tube was one of the best fishing trips I've ever had. I caught several bream and a nice sized bass on Smith Lake in Alabama. It's a ton of fun being pulled around by the fish as you are fighting to reel them in.
It took a bit to get used to the fins and getting around in the lake with them on, but before long it was as if I had been doing it all my life!
There is plenty of room for storage in the three HUGE pockets on this tube. The only thing I wish it had is a cup holder, but you can use a pocket as a cooler if you wish. That's what I did. The hook and loop rod holder works well, but I prefer to hold mine.
I hope you find this review helpful and useful, and good luck and happy fishin'!
March 26, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by highrise1502 Excelent product
Thought I would buy this boat for fun and upgrade later. Turns out I don't need to upgrade! Boat if fantastic and very well made. Easy to set up with the included pump. The only draw back is the fins. The buckels are weak and I broke one on the first try.
A few things to know. If you don't mind getting wet then ditch the wadders and wear shorts and regular swim fins.It's way more comfortable. If you want to wear wadders then spend the money on good stocking foot wadders. I have boot foot and they leak. Carrying around 2 gallons of extra water will wear you out fast.
PFD is a must(and required in Indiana). The vest type with pockets is best. I had the manual inflat vest and set off twice now. Switched to the vest and have more storage space with out a reload!
Overall a great boat that I will be using most weekends this summer.
May 30, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by Jonesy My First Tube
This is my first experience with a float tube. And I must say I am enjoying it. There are a few things that I think they could improve on and then this product would be perfect. It needs to be a little bigger for side to side arm space between you and the side of the tube and with a little more storage space. You feel a little cramped in it. And Im only 6' 1" 170 lbs. The ends of the crossbar feels like its gonna eventually wear the bladder thin in those spots and cause it to leak seeing how the bar is cut strait and not beveled. But other than that its a really good product. For the price you cant beat it. I have used mine about 2 dozen times so far and havent had any problems.
May 23, 2010
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.