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Old 06-08-2014, 05:18 PM   #15
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Does "big dog" get to ride in the kayak too? He looks like a lover of water.
He's a swimmer. We're just getting back from a local spot on the banks of a small river and he spent two days paddling up and down. I tell everyone that he was born with flippers. We choose campgrounds based on activities to keep him and his adopted Pointer sister happy.

The Sea Eagle is a really nice and durable inflatable and I bought it based on all of the great reviews they get. An inflatable does sit high in the water so it does catch air so trying to bring it out on a windy day can be annoying. Although it has a pretty thick canvas skin, it can still be punctured.

In the end it's a trade off, what you plan on using it for will dictate if it's a good choice or not.
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