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Old 03-24-2013, 12:13 AM
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Default Re: Float tubers....ASSEMBLEEEEEE!

Float tubes have several compartments, so even if one has a leak...... you will never sink!

In PA you have to have a PFD on at all times while float tubing.

My first cheapo had a slow leak. No prob, you can blow it up while in the water and it will last several hours. Now I have a top shelf Scadden pontoon tube ..... and it doesn't leak at all (three months and not a drop of air leaked from any compartment). But it's a little more bucks than the starter tubes.

Super comfy, and super fun with a fly rod. I think it's the ultimate! I will never go back to a canoe or yak again!

Float Tubes rule! The "Inflatable Navy"
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