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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
Great Value I used this tube a couple of times to trout fish the Chattahoochee. For the most part, it has been reliable and a great value. The only downside is that it's made for avg sized folks or smaller. I am 6'4" 250 lbs and it is tight. I have since given it to my wife and will be purchasing a bigger model at BPS. The only reason for the 4 out of 5 rating is the size limit. I would also reccomend you buy a 3-3.5ft paddle and tie it to the tube. Flippers are useless in a river unless you like falling down ;-) July 12, 2010
Father's Day Present This float tube works great. They provided the right attachments to make it very easy to align the tube with outer cover & to blow up. I under inflated the tube on the first day because I just wasn't sure how much air to put in. However, with added air and a very firm float tube, all subsequent uses have been fantastic. The tube has 2 large pockets that provide plenty of storage for all of my gear. The mesh apron in front makes a stable working surface for changing out lures and for putting fish onto the stringer. The float tube is simple to maneuver in the water and is very light, making it easy to carry long distances. I want to say thanks to Newcastle West for this Father's Day present and overall, I give this product a 5 out of 5!! June 21, 2010
These Are Awesome!!!!!!!! If you want a change from the ordinary fishing day buy one of the float tube and give them a try. It is simply the best way to fish in small bodies of water and even large ones. I highly recommend that if you dont have one get one.......... March 16, 2010
Works For Me I just bagged over 20 black bass yesterday in our spot. Before this, the boats would come by and pull bass right in front of me. Now I'm out in the river pulling fish out like the boats. I have used this 8 times already and love this tube. It's not for everyone and it's sometimes a constant work out...which is great for me. I bought this one because it's the cheapest one I could find. My next task is to figure out how to hook a camera to this thing so I can show others. September 24, 2008
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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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