Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 30
Rated 5 out of 5 by Flyfisher15 Great Beginner Tube!
Fantastic float tube for any beginner. Easy use, very reliable and light. We've caught many fish on small lakes and would recommend this to any beginner or veteran.
June 21, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by ScubaSnac9 Float Tube
This has been a very nice addition to my fishing tools. I originally bought this to float in the rivers fly fishing near my old place, but I found I use it most in the ponds I fish in. Its very easy to setup and keep together, its also easy to take down. Maneuvering in the ponds is just fine. I find my back eventually starts getting tired from sitting the way I am, but that is after a while of fishing and that happens when you are fishing from the bank. For the price you cannot beat this float tube. I have had mine now for over 3 years and it still works great.
May 20, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by GATICO GET ONE
ON MY SECOND ONE. FIRST ONE WAS DESTROYED BECAUSE I LEFT IT OUTSIDE AND MY DOGS GOT TO IT (DOGS ARE GONE). I HAVE USED THIS IN FARM PONDS FOR BLUEGILL AND BASS, BIG LAKES FOR ALL SPECIES AND RIVERS TROUT FISHING. IT HAS NEVER LET ME DOWN. EASY TO SET UP. LIGHT WEIGHT FOR HIKING IN AND PORTAGE. THE SHELL IS VERY TOUGH. I HAVE BEEN IN HEAVY COVER AND ROCKY RIVERS AND NO TEARS.
THIS TUBE SITS LOW IN THE WATER SO THE WIND DOESNT BLOW IT AROUND ALOT. HOWEVER, YOU DO SIT IN THE WATER SO WADERS ARE NEEDED DEPENDING ON TIME OF YEAR AND CONDITIONS. LOTS OF STORAGE, COMFORTABLE ENOUGH FOR ALL DAY TRIPS. NEED TO GET FINS. i PREFER PADDLE PUSHERS BECAUSE I LIKE TO MOVE FORWARD. THESE ARE A LITTLE BIT SLOWER BUT I DONT MIND. ALSO A ROD HOLDER IS A BLESSING, I ALWAYS CARRY A SPINNING ROD AND A FLY ROD. I ALSO IMPROVISED SOME SUSPENDERS. THEY COME IN HAND Y ON RIVERS WHEN THE WATER IS TO SHALLOW. YOU JUST STAND UP AND WADE TILL THE WATER IS DEEP AGAIN.
March 23, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by SouthernDJM Perfect for shorebound angler
This is excellent for people who don't have the place to store a canoe, kayak, or boat. I find that the bladders will lose pressure over several days of use, so I keep a pump nearby. The bladders take quite some time to inflate from scratch, so get a quality pump.
Expect your elbows to get wet while fishing, and the only pouch that hasn't gotten wet yet for me is the one on very top behind the angler. I say this to warn people about putting cameras or phones in the side pouches.
I haven't had mine long enough to wear it out, so I can't say anything about longevity, or compare it to other models as it's my first one.
Lot's of storage, relatively light, and opens up a lot of water where you may not have been able to fish before. I love mine.
March 28, 2012