https://youtu.be/T22XioLIOIESpincastguy wrote:Iâ€™m looking to purchase a high end inflatable fishing kayak or boat but canâ€™t decide . Need portability and donâ€™t want to deal with trailers roof racks etc . I am looking at these two by sea eagle . The 285 one man pontoon or the fastrack angler series . Which ever one I will use a trolling motor . What would be the advantage of kayak vs pontoon or boat ? Never kayaked but want stability to stand and cast . Both of these have hard floors for standing . Which would you choose ? https://youtu.be/Tsdd6cIERhw
yes both have hard floorsRambler wrote:If I'm not mistaken the Cook Cty FP regs say inflatables are allowed only if they have 'factory installed' hard floors. Seems the 2 inflatables you're looking at qualify. Not that you'd ever be checked anyway.
Unfortunately I donâ€™t have the room for a regular boat . The durability of these sea eagles are very good . The fast track kayak has additional gator like covering for extra protection . I just not sure if the kayak would be better approach than the pontoon.Both are pretty portable .joetrain wrote:I have no knowledge of inflatables other than every person I know that bought one ended up later buying a yak, canoe, boat, etc.
Iâ€™ll check those outFloridaRigger wrote:hobie makes an inflatable with the mirage pedal drive, pricey though. NRS also makes a fishing inflatable kayak you might check out. I had one of those cheaper sevylor fish hunter boats and it worked OK but I'd always take a kayak over it. it's actually really easy to cartop a kayak with the right technique. I use a rubber backed bath mat to slide the kayak up my tall SUV. you never have to lift the full weight of the kayak with that method
yea ports boat looks cool but hefty price
joetrain wrote:Found this for you Omer.
https://www.advancedelements.com/inflat ... tch-kayak/ Thanks joe Iâ€™ll look it over
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