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Old 08-31-2018, 02:14 PM   #1
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Inflatable ponton kayak

Inflatable pontoon kayak been looking at kayak and was wondering if any one had or used one. I fish mostly down around Port O'Connor, TX Just wondering how these are compared getting in and out compared to typical kayak also over all comparison. one it will fit in my basement and not having them blocking the back window of our 5th wheel and obstructing the view.

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Old 09-01-2018, 01:47 AM   #2
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We have a Sea Eagle 420X and have ready enjoyed it. When collapsed I can store it in a big, plastic tub. I just toss it in the back of the truck when we head out. It is very stable with the wife and I in it while fishing. It seems well made and sturdy. I wouldn't hesitate to purchase another Sea Eagle product.
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Not really a pontoon, this is the model I have - it is great because when done with the boat it folds into a box. It is also very stable.
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I have the Advanced Elements Inflatable Kayak. I just sold my 11 year old double AE Inflatable last month and bought a second single. As far as stubility I have no issues. I donít use mine for fishing, just to kayaking on inland lakes and rivers
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Not a pontoon type, but these inflatable kayak type we have are excellent. The hands free propulsion using the foot pedals leaves you free to fish and still manoeuvre. They fit into a wheeled soft case that is easy to tote around. Have found it to be super stable in all types of water conditions.
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