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White River Fly Shop Lost Lake Round Float Tube

   

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The Lost Lake Float Tube from White River Fly Shop® gives you loads of boat for your buck. The Lost Lake 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 Round Float Tube Bladder sold separately and can be found through item search for number 1535014

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AWESOME PRODUCT BOUGHT THIS PRODUCT THIS YEAR AND HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT TO ANYONE. I HAVE FLOATED ON SMALL PONDS & LAKES IN EASTERN KANSAS AND ON GRANDLAKE, OK. NEVER HAVE i HAD ANY PROBLEMS WITH IT. I HAVE LEFT IT AIRED UP FOR 5 DAYS STRAIGHT WITH NO AIR LEAKAGE. VERY STABLE IN THE WATER EVEN WITH THE ROCKET BOATERS WAKES ALL AROUND.ONLY CON IN MY BOOK IS GETTING IN & OUT OF THE H2O BECAUSE OF THE ROUND DESIGN. BUT I EASILY ADAPTED TO THIS PROBLEM. EASY TO USE.EASY TO CLEAN. AND EASY TO TAKE IT ANY WHERE & ANY TIME. NO BETTER WAY TO FLYFISH IN MY BOOK. A+++++ July 13, 2009
Great value Great value for the money. I have four of them and they work well. The only thing I would improve is to provide manufacturer's address so as to be able to replace individual chambers when they leak or break. I put a hook through one and need to replace it. Boston valve is big improvement over another type tube I have that has to be deflated slowly. May 7, 2006
Not so good I bought one last month and don't like it nearly as much as the old truck innertube based float tube I bought 15 years ago from BPS. The main bladder leaks air so that within an hour on the water the tube is developing creases and starting to "sink" -- not dangerous, just clearly not holding air. I also have to say, I like the old style with a pouch in front and the space on the side for the elbows free -- but I can't find a tube like that anymore. And, I'm not sure of the value of storage in the backrest -- who can reach it while you're in the tube? I'm now trying to decide whether to have the main bladder replaced on this one or returning it and upgrading to something better. July 4, 2006
Well worth the price I bought 2 about 2 1/2 yrs ago and have used them quite a bit. Very pleased. Very comfy even on a 5 hr float. This may not be recommended but I store mine inflated and they have barely leaked in 2 + yrs. Another reviewer made a comment about not holding air... I recommend you return it. When you first fill the bladders make sure they're perfectly positioned (valve aligned w/access port) or you'll have trouble later trying to top them off . I need to get another one (I have 2 boys).... I may opt for the U-shaped to make casting forward easier. November 29, 2006
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Think it says 250lb. Not sure. I am 250 and works just fine for me. Just play with how much air you put in it. Remember not to leave it in the hot sun or anywhere in the heat. Even with it under inflated in the morning it will triple in size by noon in this heat. Learned this the hard way many years ago.
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It's not heavy, I haven't ever weighed mine but I am sure it's less than ten pounds.
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I would say 5lbs
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The packaged box weight on this float tube is approximately 7 pounds.
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It weighs about a couple of pound all blown up. Very light and easy to stuff into back pack or small carry on.
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Pump?

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does this boat need a pump to inflate, or can it be done manually with air
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I have used both an electric air pump and a manuel pump, both sold seperately..
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You can manually inflate the float tube but it takes long time to inflate. A pump would be a lot faster on inflating the float tube.
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I highly recmmnd a pump. My pump died on me one time and blowing this thing up manually took quite a bit of time and breathe. I use a recharchable air mattress pump that I jerry rigged to fit. Saves me alot of time and sweat.
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If you are asking if it can be inflated by mouth...NO. I would suggest a 10$ air pump that will fit 110/with a lighter plug in so you can air it up on site with your car.
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Pump for the main tube.
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I am 5'10, 190lbs, and the leg holes are a little snug on me, so I think it may be small for you..........
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You'd be better off getting the open front tube even then i think it might be a tight fit.
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I NEED A REPLACEMENT KIT

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I NEED A REPLACEMENT KIT FOR MY TUB . I CAN NOT FINE VAL STEM CAP
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White River Fly Shop® Replacement Round Float Tube Bladder sold separately and can be found through item search for item number 38-431-570-00
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BPS sells replacement bladders. They come complete with all the bladders and Boston valve attached to main tube. They even include a valve kit so you can put air in them with most any pump.
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My White River Fly Shop\u2122 Lost Lake Float Tube got a hole in it, right on the seam and I am unable to patch it. Can I purchase a replacement tube?
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White River Fly Shop® Replacement Round Float Tube Bladder sold separately and can be found through item search for item number 38-431-570-00
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Yes you can. BPS sells them. They come in a kit complete with valves And all three bladders for $ 19.99
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Yes, Replacement Round Float Tube Bladders are sold separately and can be found through item search for item number 38-431-570-00
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