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White River Fly Shop Lost Lake Round Float Tube

   

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Our classic White River Fly Shop® Lost Lake Round 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! Imported.

White River Fly Shop® Replacement Round Float Tube Bladder sold separately and can be found through item search for number 1535014

White River Fly Shop® Lost Lake Round Float Tube 4.1 5 8 8
Good tube Since purchasing the white river round tube float I have only gotten to use it once (due to it being too hot to get out and go fishing) and it performs very well. I have had four other tubes and other than the one I had custom made it is as good or better than the other three I bought. The only part I was sceptical of was all the other tubes had a truck inner tube, which were very durable. I don't know how sure I am that this inner tube will be able to hold up to some extreme fishing. Only time will tell. Other than that it is a good product. July 11, 2011
Hard to Sit Upright The tube is very easy to inflate and assemble. I used a small battery-powered pump that I use for inflatable beds. Everything fits in a small backpack, so can be easily carried to remote lakes. Plenty of room for tackle and stuff. Lots of loops and rings for tying stuff to. Although it comes with a 'rod holder' it's really not useful if you're trying move locations or troll, because it dips in the water every kick. Recommend buying or making a holder that will keep your rod(s) more vertical. The biggest disadvantage to this unit is seating position. As I was kicking I constantly found myself sliding down in the seat to the point that I was almost laying down. I kept having to pull myself back up in the seat and had to hold on the sides of the tube with my hands to keep from sliding back down. This became very uncomfortable on my back, neck, legs and arms. I really think this is a major design flaw with the tube and would love to hear if anybody has a solution. September 13, 2010
Great purchase My son saw the round float tube at our local Bass Pro shop and wanted it. I thought it was going to be a waste of money, but if he was willing to earn his own money, I was game. He earned the money and we purchased it on line. He can easily get in and out of it. He is able to kick to the location in the lake he wants to fish. He can cast easily from it. Drop out for a quick swim. He really just loves it. He and I are very pleased with the purchase. August 26, 2010
Not Good Floated thats about it, 5'11 190lbs and the hole was way to small filled it up to maximum pressure and it still folds in half Cheap July 18, 2010
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No, it does not come with suspenders.
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I found that I kept sliding way down in the seat to the point I was almost laying down. I kept pulling myself back upright, but just couldn't maintain an upright position unless I was holding on the sides with my hands. It was exhausting for my arms and legs. Is there any adjustment or fix for this?
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The box says 325lbs. I am 250lb and it worked fine for me.
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The setup sheet included with the float tube stated 325 lbs.
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You can put your legs through it. You need your legs in the water for sure so you can drive the tube with fins on your feet.
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No solid bottom...a "seat" made from the same material of the outer shell.
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