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White River Fly Shop Lost Lake Open Front Float Tube

   

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Get more tube for your buck with the Lost Lake Open Front Float Tube from White River Fly Shop®. The Lost Lake Open Front Float Tube is constructed from durable 420 denier nylon with rugged PVC bladders, and features tackle storage pouches with dual zippers, removable fly patch, comfortable quick-release seating, hi-vis back safety panel, mesh casting 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 of the Lost Lake Tube's critical seams have been triple stitched, so you don't have to worry about anything except hooking your next fish! Imported.

White River Fly Shop® Replacement Open Front Float Tube Bladder sold separately and can be found through item search for 1535015

White River Fly Shop® Lost Lake Open Front Float Tube 4.6 5 30 30
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. -DJM March 28, 2012
Cheap Been using a tube for 25+ years and have never experienced air bladder failures as I have with this tube. 3 have failed at the seam in 5 weeks! I weigh about 150, so it's not weight, and I baby my tube, so it's not abuse. If the air bladder was made of a heavier material, I'd rate this 5 out of 5, and be willing to pay an additional $15-$20 for it, but as it is, always have a back up plan when leaving your house with this float tube! May 28, 2011
great I've had this tube for 4 years and think its awesome for getting in to the places boats don't go. Actually 90 percent of my fishing is done from this. havent had any problems with tearing or anything like that. I actually have to buy another because i had a bass fin it about 4 times today and threw away my patches about year ago. 90 dollar and 4 years, cant complain May 30, 2010
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
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is the hi visibility panel removable?
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No. Its sewn in as part of the float tube.
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NO IT IS NOT
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hello, asthma is often related to your diet:
avoid milk and cheese and you'll stay better!
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I don't know how bad your asthma is, but it only weighs about 10 lbs. I can pick it up and carry it with one hand, and I'm not particularly in shape.

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If 14 pounds is too much for you to carry, try this: you can rig up a single wheel under it, to push it like a wheel barrow. I use a Woods sleeping bag tote to pack the Cat 4 deluxe, keeps it clean and neat.
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The new trend seems to be a seat that is higher in the front on U-boats. This makes the user feel more secure but doesn't work for shorter people because it puts the front edge of the seat below the knee and their flippers stick up uselessly in the air!
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For me ( 6'3") it is lower in the front.
I think sitting on a foam kick board will help adjust to taste
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IT IS ADJUSTABLE. STRAP GOES FROM FRONT OF THE SEAT TO THE CROSS BAR
YOU CAN ADJUST IT TO YOUR PREFERENCE
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This float tube is capable of holding 200 pounds.
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Not exactly sure by what your wanting to do with the dimensions but it is approx 2 and a half ft inside. I'm 6' and 250 and i fit in it fine. If thats what you're wondering
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would'nt try it, unless you can figure out a way to put a boat motor on it. I fish lakes and have fins and on a rough day its tough
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It depends on how hard you can kick. I have had some problems fighting strong wind. I highly recommend an anchor just in case you get too tired, and want to rest.
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Yes it is safe but it will be tiring after a while! I always have an anchor in moving water if i need a break.
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Fishing in Remote, Backcountry Waters is perfect.

Float Tubes may be used on lakes. Float tubes can once again be dangerous on large lakes in the event of high winds. Float tubes are not designed to "ride the waves" like a pontoon boat or an inflatable kayak is.

Float Tubes, while they can be used in rivers, are most definitely not recommended for river fishing. This is especially so if the river is fast moving, has rapids or has no current at all. Indeed, on fast moving rivers or where there are rapids, a float tube can be downright dangerous - especially if you are wearing waders.
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Can you get replacement bladders for these tubes? I would hope if one is damaged you would be able to just replace that bladder instead of purchasing an entire new tube. Thanks
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Yes you can. As a matter of fact the replacement bladders are a little better quality than the one it comes with. Bass Pro Shops has them for $ 19.99.
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Yes you can. Try using this number to find it
38-431-572-00.
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43157200 White River Fly Shop® Replacement Open Front Float Tube Bladder
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It only weighs a couple of pounds all set up.
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not sure off hand but like 10-15 lbs max not very heavy and has handles on each side to carry it around
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not heavy, like maybe 15-25 lbs with all your gear in the pockets. It is a different story when you drag it out of the water though, more like 50 or 60 pounds. It does have holes to drain the water though.
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The float tube is not very heavy it is maybe 20lbs or so. (NOT exact)
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the tube weighs around 5 to 7 pounds roughly, very light and east to get in and out of the water.
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the front, $79 is closed in front
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Both of the tubes are great but they have different things like storage space and types of materials.
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this one has front entry. the other isn't seems cumbersome to get into the chaeper one.
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