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Caddis Inspire LC Float Tube
Comfort and mobility go hand-in-hand when the Caddis® Inspire LC Float Tube is your fly fishing platform. This lightweight but well-equipped float tube features full-rotation oarlocks supporting collapsible aircraft aluminum oars with durable 15-1/2"L x 7-1/4"W polypropylene blades, so you can get to your spot quickly and position your craft precisely. The Caddis Inspire LC Float Tube is built of rugged ripstop material and features a comfy seat with 3" foam seat base, 2" foam backrest, and adjustable backrest straps; stabilizer bar and stripping apron; 2 main equipment pockets; and 2 auxiliary pockets for your onboard necessities. Oar weight: 3 lbs./pair. Craft weight: 12 lbs. Dimensions: 59"L x 46"W x 22-1/2"H. Maximum weight capacity: 330 lbs.
Fishing comfort plus mobility
Lightweight, well-equipped float tube
Collapsible aircraft aluminum oars with polypropylene blades
Built of rugged ripstop material
Comfy foam seat with adjustable backrest straps
Stabilizer bar and stripping apron
2 main equipment pockets
2 auxiliary pockets
Web ID: 100066615
Rated 3 out of
Bit of a gimmickI suppose if you legitimately didn't have the use of your legs this would be a good tube. I got it to fly fish on lakes. The oars are poorly configured for a couple reasons- 1) they are too long in the handle so they hit in front of you unless you're really conscious about your rowing, 2) there is no really good spot to stash your rod while you're rowing. And the rowing is not at all faster than kicking in my old tube. And it's huge. Trying to use backpack straps was a joke- the oars have to be carried, along with your fishing gear and flippers. I did like how high I sat in the water, but that big foam seat keeps it from packing down nicely. I loved that my old tube could fit in a big duffle bag along with flippers, waders, rod tubes, fly boxes, etc. The foam seat makes that really difficult. This thing eliminates all the benefits of float tube fishing as far as I'm concerned.
Pros: Comfortable, plenty of storage
Cons: huge, weird oars, awkward to transport, no rod holder
Date published: 2019-09-24
Rated 5 out of
Joes Time from
NOTHING EVEN COMES CLOSEI just love this set up. I have been using it for about a year and a half now. Every time I take it out I like it even better. The way that it rides in the water along with the option of using oars or fins has completely changed my fishing options. Before using this tube I was always careful how far I went out. Now I can move over much more area in a much shorter time. I want to give a shout out to Caddis and their great customer service. I had a question concerning the oar length and they where very quick and helpful. I actually got to talk with a live person that really knew what they where talking about. You do not see that much anymore. Heres to another great season on the water.
Date published: 2019-06-01
Rated 2 out of
Great float tube but..........easy to get in and out of. Works well in a light wind. Only complaint is one of the bladders had two holes in it. Literally had to use the patch repair kit before I even put it in the water.
Date published: 2019-05-13
Rated 5 out of
The Perfect tubing worldI just love this float tube. Not only is it ultra comfortable but it is so easy to get around the lake in. Because of its size and light weight you can really cover water fast with oars. Once you get to where you want to fish you can lock the oars and use your fins like a regular float tube. The oars where a bit longer than I wanted so I tool a couple inches off of the. That was no big deal. This thing is great.
Date published: 2019-04-07
Rated 4 out of
Recall my above reviewI would like to recall my above review. Caddis finally got back to me and has sent me a new Float tube Skin. I still only gave this 4 stars because I hope this is not a weak point.
Date published: 2018-10-25
Rated 3 out of
Not constructed well customer service is terribleLoved this float tube at first until the one backpack strap eyelet ripped on me. Emailed Caddis with ZERO response. Buyer beware
I have an older Caddis tube with the Velcro strap rod holders across the front. Seems like those wouldn’t work when using the oars. So what do you do with your fly rod while paddling?
Asked by: mpkuehl
There are rod-holders available for some float-tubes. Great question.
Answered by: BPSProductSpecialist9
Date published: 2019-06-05
Does this float tube seat ride above or below the surface?
Asked by: Potential user
Thanks for your question. The Caddis Inspire LC Float Tube has a weight capacity of 330 lbs.; as long as you stay within that limit, the seat will ride above the water's surface.
Answered by: BPSProductSpecialist10
Date published: 2018-09-24
Can rod holders be attached to this tube?
Asked by: ddineen
Rod Holders can NOT be attached to the Caddis Inspire LC Float Tube.
Answered by: BPSResource3
Date published: 2018-06-14
Is this a float tube inflatable? Or is made of foam?
Asked by: Reverend
Than you for choosing Bass Pro Shops. This is an inflatable float tube.
Answered by: BPSProductSpecialist8
Date published: 2019-05-20
Where and how do you secure your rods on a Caddis Inspire fish tube. Do your rods that are secured interfere with rowing?
Asked by: Bob Cejer
try the Caddis Rod Holder model 600093
Caddis Rod Holder:
Fits most fly, spinning, and casting rods
Adjustable wrap around webbing
Quick disconnect buckle
Very adjustable, lightweight
This Caddis Rod Holder will be a great addition to your next fishing trip.
Answered by: BPSResource7
Date published: 2019-03-27
Is the fisherman sitting up out of the water?
Asked by: Ninernorm
You should be sitting on top of the water but your legs will be in the water. It is always best to wear waders so you will not get wet from moving in the water. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KLMsSpD4x4o