Strong elastic strap and easy stretch to desirable length, good stretch, anti-chafe, smartAdjustable used to tie the fishing rods together, easy to carry and store The rod needs to be protected. It can be used in casting rods, spinning rods and fly rods for tie, and can be avoided by using a fishing rod bag or storage. It is made of nylon and elastic rubber. Soft and strong. The guide ring is used to hold the fishing rod. The soft surface won't make tackles. Good stretch, anti-chafe, and smart stretch are included.
👤The first one I tried was very cheap and came apart when I loosened it. I don't think they will last long. It's better to pay more for better quality.
👤The glue held one side of zelcro like material on three of the ties. These are no good.
👤The straps work well. The soft padding they're made out of protects my rods and secures them to the rings on the side of my backpack. The straps are slightly longer than I 888-276-5932 It was easy to wrap the excess strap around the rod, so no problem. I pulled and stretched them and didn't see any tearing on the stitching. I don't think having them fall apart is an issue. I have extras because it comes with a bunch of straps. If I ever needed more, I would buy them again.
👤They serve their intended purpose and there is nothing wrong with them. They are thick and bulky, which I don't like. They were too long and I cut them down.
👤Worst. I never put them on rods. If the company makes this right, I will update the review.
👤I bought two sets. I have a setup that is not cheap. When I break them down to transport, I use rubber bands. The rings are protected with the cutout's. It looks more professional. The seller is also pleased with me. They are exactly what they are supposed to be. I expected them to be quicker. The packaging was great. I'm completely impressed by the board.
👤My husband and I used these for a road trip in the summer and they worked great. We had to disassemble my fishing pole and put it in a vehicle with this straps because we didn't have enough room to take a fully assembled pole. We used this along with another purchase from Amazon. It was difficult to make sure they worked well together, but we got it to work great once we found the proper placement for the straps. I would recommend someone who takes road trips in a vehicle that doesn't allow for a full length fishing pole.
👤These help me organize and store more rods on the boat because I have a small 10 ft oat. If you want to use a rod that is not in the boat, just retrieve it and the others will stay in place. It works great on anchor rope.
👤Does what it says. I like the fact that I am able to keep longer rods together and not worry about them breaking. If I could find replacements for my old fishing rods and reels, I would not hesitate to use this product.
It's collapsed and telescopes out to 42 degrees. A plastic blade and an aluminum shaft. It's just 1 pound, 5 ounces.
👤I needed it in an emergency and they snapped in half. They only used 1 minute of them.
👤I received the paddle a few days before I was going to Lake Powell. We hit a submerged rock on the first day of our trip. I had to paddle my boat away from the rocks so that our other boat wouldn't suffer the same fate. I quickly got us into the safe zone after pulling out the emergency paddle. This little paddle is great if you know how to paddle. You have to put one hand on the handle and the other on the paddle. This is a standard paddle. If you put your lower hand in the middle of the handle, you will quickly fold the handle in half and leave a negative review. The handle is not made for that kind of stress. If you do it like I did, you will be fine. I'm ordering a second one because I don't want to have to switch sides so often and I can have help paddling!
👤I don't like writing bad reviews, but after the first few minutes of our tube ride on the river in the Colorado Mountains, my paddle broke. The first few minutes. A 3 hour ride. The emergency paddle was different. I had to ride the entire way through small rapids and paddle with my hands and kick off rocks to keep myself where I wanted to be after my paddle broke. My trip went from good to terrible in a matter of moments. I think it's a stretch to call this an emergency paddle.
👤The water gets inside of the paddle, and it doesn't close anymore even if I do something. It works again after it dries out. The paddle doesn't stay Telescoped during use. I should have bought a real paddle because the portion that is Telescoping hasn't done it's job. I only give it 2 stars because I've used it a few times. It was better than not having the paddle.
👤My friends were laughing at me when I showed up at the river with my tube and they were asking where they could get one. When I was floating down the river in my tube, it fit perfectly into the side handle of my river run tube, and was the perfect size to stay on my tube without getting in my way. The kids played with it. I have not had a problem with expanding or reducing it.
👤Sunfish Sailboat owners, beware... the length is actually 21” collapsed. It doesn't fit in the cubbies. You have to cock it up. The bag can't be put in with the paddle because of this. The dimensions of the paddle were incorrect and the star was taken off. Try the Seachoice 71090, but modify so the end cap stays on. The end cap will come off once the glue is gone, allowing the shaft to stick out of the end. Put in two offset rivets through the end cap. The rivet would not face down if I offset them. There is plenty of room to install them because the end cap extends 1 1/2” into the paddle blade shaft. To remove it, just tap the end of the paddle with the shaft. It takes a little patience to get it back in if the end of the shaft comes out. to sailing.
It is light and convenient. Lightbar is a lightweight tool with all-day comfort, unlike traditional headlamps that are bulky and heavy on your forehead, Lightbar feels more like your wearing a flex-fit baseball cap then a headlamps. Cumberland is made up of 56"L x 44"W x 19"H. The shape of the hull improves. Extra high seat provides a dry fishing experience and improves visibility; a comfortable, thickly padded seat with an adjusting backrest provides support for long fishing days. Reliable storage includes a mesh pocket with draw cord closure, two interior zip pockets, and two cargo pockets with easy-open double zippers.
👤It is a great tube. It's like a tank. It is very durable, floats and seats you high. There are two huge pockets with cupholders. I floated for 40-60 hours, so it has gotten a fair amount of useage. I've read a lot of the other reviews and will try to make notes and clarify things for you. It comes with two rod holders. The rod holders are on the side closest to you, but you don't know what they are. I don't like them very much. I don't use them because of the fact that the harder side of the velcro can scratch the finish of the rod. I don't know if you can count this as a minus, because all tubes use the velcro as rod holders, but I build custom rods, so I'm picky about how they are stored. The rear mesh area can be used as storage, but be warned that most of it will be under water, so don't put anything back there if it needs to stay dry. It works well as a livewell. I like to put decent fish back there until I can take a picture of them and release them, as I don't like to use my phone on the water. The bottom of the mesh storage pouch will be underwater when you sit in it. I wish it was higher and dry. I tried to put my boots back there, but found it hard to get back to them. This is a large tube. 17 pounds is not a lot, but by the time you get those storage pouches full and all the gear with it, it adds up, and it will weigh a bit more wet after use. If you're going to be hiking in a distance, I would choose a smaller, lighter tube. The shoulder straps are not very useful. They are very narrow and uncomfortable. You can find a pair of clip on padded backpacking straps online for under teen bucks. Someone else said they were disappointed when they put a crankbait in it. Really? That one is definitely duh. If you jam a hook into it, it will leak. I'm not sure why people are having trouble with bladders, they are all on the CA website. It may have sounded like I picked the tube apart, but I really like it. It's like moving from a Yugo to a Mercedes. It has a few flaws, but they are easily fixed. A minimilist way of getting off the shore is not a bass boat.
👤The float tube is a great value. You will be hard pressed to find a guy who fishes one of my accessory float tubes harder than I do. I fish from the ice until the water is frozen again. I fish in all sorts of conditions from blazing heat to freezing cold to rain. I fish a lot of bodies of water. I have to hike in and out of rugged terrain with the float tube inflated or not on my back. I have fished this in the deepest of mud and thick vegetation that requires me to hop across it in my float tube. The mud is so thick that you can't kick it. You can think of any type of structure and cover. I'm not afraid to put myself in the scariest stuff on a body of water. My best fishing happens there. I live in an area that gets cold winters and I like to fish trout, salmon, pickerel, pike, and other species. I usually have anywhere from 2 to 4 rods with me. 4 rods is not much for this thing. I deal with them getting tangled up because it is what it is. When I fish, I carry binders and cases. I usually keep one side for baits and the other for drinks, snacks, hook outs, pliers, fish grips, action cam and a towel. I make it fit. I put my pump and hose in a plastic bag and put it on the back of my float tube. I have had to add a little air after getting out on the water because it holds it fine. The float tubes are easy to set up and break down. I can't think of anything that makes fishing so easy. I like to use these float tubes for one full fishing season before I need a new one. It usually needs repairs over time. The bib is attached to the cross bar, which is pointed, so you always want to put it into the sleeves so it goes in the correct way. If you do it wrong, you could get a tear in the bladder. You will be good if you take your time with that and do it right. I have had leaks in my bladders before and they are usually slow leaks, but I have never had an issue getting off the water. I would suggest that you have a spare set. You will be happy you did. It's terrible to have a day of fishing ruined by a leak. Go back to the car and get a spare, then get back on the water. The bladders are well protected. The float tube is very rugged and I have hit trees and rocks with it and it just bounces off them. Quality control for the valves on the bladders is not good from classic accessories. I have had many float tubes with valve issues. I have had issues with the storage pockets. The handles have broken on me. This has never happened in the first place. It happens when I use the float tube long and hard and it is starting to break down. I would have knocked off a star or two because of these issues, but the fact that classic accessory has been so good to me as far as customer service goes, I think I would put a star or two back. If I need a new float tube or replacement parts, they have always been quick to send me replacements. They stand by their products. I've been fishing float tubes for a long time. I am a big man at 6ft and can weigh as much as 300. They don't sell replacement foam for the seats. You would have to cut your own. The seats are not very comfortable, but they could be worse. I have fished on these for hundreds of times and usually need to pull up and stretch out at some point during the day. I like the seats. They keep you high enough above the water that you can effectively see fish and fish beds. The float tube is more comfortable than any other float tube I have used, and it's stock out of the box. This thing can cover water many times faster than a kayak. It is not close. These things are not moving fast. On very windy days, you're going to be kicking a ton. Even in very windy conditions, using your legs allows you to hold your position. It is difficult to hold a position in a kayak. It depends on what you are looking for and what suits you best. There are pros and cons to each type of boat. I like my float tube. It is not perfect for all situations, but for where I live, the types of bodies of waters I fish, I can get out there and catch the fish I want. The experience of fishing from a float tube is unique. You are connected to your surroundings. There are a couple more things I have found helpful. One option is to cover the cross bar with duct tape or something similar. The cross bar's sharp edges are the easiest way to puncture a bladder. When you move or adjust those edges, it rubs in. You don't have to worry about the edges being dulled with tape or epoxy. Get a good UV protectant for your boat. The sun shines down. You can prolong the life of your float tube by using a quality protectant every month or two. It makes the difference.
Attach a fish finder to a float tube. Also compatible with a female 20 thread pattern on a camera or case. Installation and removal is easy with the integrated strap. The nylon strap is made of high strength. HawkEye products are manufactured in the USA and overseas using American ingenuity.
👤The product was not the one in the photo. It was useless. The best part of the purchase was the free return.
👤No instructions. There is a problem with installing transducer.
The stabilizers make you feel more safe when kayaking, boating, and canoeing. Two pieces hold one paddle, no ring, no eye, universal fit. The package is 13.46 cm long. The package is 25.146 cm in width. The package height is 7.366 cm. The product is a storage rack.
👤I was very disappointed that it wouldn't fit in my float tube. It should have been disclosed, but it wasn't. I was really disappointed that Amazon would not give me the important information I was looking for. Some of their returns might be stopped. I have a pontoon boat that will fit on, so I'm not returning mine. It's the best when you can find all their parts and match them to your watercraft. Scotty is a 5-star.
👤I wanted to write a review to save someone else the confusion I experienced with this product. The little lever that allows you to move the thing around fell into the water, despite the fact that the White River fly Shop rod holder worked great with my Fischcat 4 float tube. I couldn't find the same rod holder online because I didn't know what it was, but I found one now. I saw the rod holder. I was not sure if it would fit the Fishcat 4 float tube. One review said it would, the other wouldn't. I tried it. It's not a good fit. I would say it's not perfect. The picture is telling the story. The base is too wide to fit in front of the pocket on the tube, so the front end is almost falling off. If you strap the front strap underneath the back strap, it will probably work in a pinch, but you'd want to secure it to the tube in some other way because if the holder falls in the water with your rod, you're screwed. If you have a Fishcat 4, I would go with the White River.
👤The product is fairly heavy. Fly line can get caught when it's mounting toward the front of the tube. You learn to navigate around it after a while. If your tube deflates slightly in cooler water, the holder straps can become loose and the unit can shift or slide off. It's easy to tether the straps to your tube.
👤It's what I needed. If I could change it, I would change the rod holder to allow it to be turned so that the rod could be stored in a different position. I would prefer that. It fit my boat perfectly and is very sturdy. The parts work well.
👤The fly rod holder was installed last week. It was very easy to install. Today, I took it out fishing. Absolutely delighted with the unit. I ordered a second one for the other side of the float, it was really good value. Caddis owners should recommend this product.
👤Stop and read my review. The product description is not accurate. The last sentence states that the Side/Deck Mount is not included. Reading this would make you believe that you need to purchase Scotty part #241. There are two separate parts to the float tube rod holder. The flexible straps are held by the rod holder and two hard plastic brackets. There are screw holes for attaching the parts. Guess what? They don't supply you with any screws. This rod hold does not hold a 9' 6wt fly rod very securely.
Fishing lines can be up to.028 diameter. Slot allows for easy on and easy off without cutting line or removing your lure. It's easy to adjust. Remove the float to adjust depth. Small is the perfect size to drift small lures or bait. Works great for all types of people. It works great with the trout magnet. Detractors small hits. The smallest hit is detected.
👤These are small floats. The package is small to give perspective. I wanted small floats for when I need to add one for panfish or trout fishing. The peg is perfect for my application where I want a set hold point that is quickly adjusted and can be used without retying. That is the real advantage here. You can adjust the depth with the peg without retying, so it won't cause a problem with your line. If I need to set this too deep, I would use a bobber with a thread stop. These are a great value for the price I paid. It's better suited to applications where your depth is less than 5 feet.
👤I thought they were the Panfish floats. They work well. The smaller size allows me to carry more in my tackle box, and the 3 color choices are nice for different lighting conditions. They are not the most durable things in the world. It's not heartbreaking to lose one or have to replace a worn one. The price on these can be as high as $16. Time your purchase accordingly.
👤Very large! The only thing I had to do was look at the last photo, which shows the guys holding the fish and the bobber, and it looks much larger than what you're going to get. These are smaller than I thought. I'll still try them out, they are cheap, so not a big loss. I still feel like I was deceived. People know what they are getting when they see an actual size.
👤Ghostech indicators, Thingamabobers, jamstops, and other indicators all cause the line to kink. If you drop one of the small nuts or screws that hold the indicator on the line, it's gone. I don't like spending a lot of money on cheap plastic that will get lost, broken and dropped, and only getting one extra bit, even though they come with one extra screw or nut. Enter Trout Magnet. The indicator that your line goes through has a slit. No twisting or bending. Then you take one of the many posts they supply and put it through the hole in the top until it holds up. If you need to adjust the depth, you just have to push the post up enough to slide the indicator up or down, and you are set. The indicators work well. The package has a lot of indicators and posts to use. I am a fan and convert if it turns out that they are dangerously radioactive or that they discourage fish from biting. This pack should last for several seasons. Highly recommended for fly fishing indicator.
👤I have a Panfish Magnet kit and these are perfect for it. I have a lot of small lead lures that work. Since it's so smooth and fine, regular mono or flouro line works best, but I'm cautious because they don't work on Nanofil line. Since I have lost two of my four, I always check the float after casting. I have been using it as a slip float.
One-year quality assurance and lifetime professional customer service are offered by Scotank fishing gear. They will respond to your questions within 24 hours. The protection factor is 50. The shade canopy umbrella, called the Versa-brella, has a protection factor of 50 to help keep skin safe from the harmful rays of the sun. A sturdy cover and a sturdy connector. The canopy cover is rugged and won't rip or tear, and a heavy-duty universal clamp connects to square and tubular surfaces to ensure a secure hold on golf bags, strollers, beach chairs, or even bleachers. AnyANGLE: Adapts to it. The Versa-brella can be adjusted to block the sun with the help of the 4-way, 360- degree swivel and 2 push button hinges. It is easy to transport for easy protection. The Versa-Brella folds into a carrying case, so it can be taken anywhere. The regular size is 40 x 42 inches. Have no fear. Staying committed to your team, family, and friends, while keeping your skin protected against the sun, is possible with the Versa-Brella. The side of any Sport-Brella chair can be connected to the Versa-Brella. It is not designed to be a replacement umbrella for the Sport Brella Chair products.
👤I bought this 3 years ago for fishing but never used it until this year at our swim club. It's light and thin when packed, making it portable, and it can be mounted on almost anything. It has plastic cover on each end of the umbrella shade so it won't hurt even if you get poked by accident, but I don't like it when packed. The strength and quality of the umbrella shade may be affected by the fact that there can be a way to fold in half. The bottom line was 4.5 out of 5 stars. I'm removing a half star because it wiggles a little on a lock position. I don't know if this will last the test of time or if I got one with a defect. I highly recommend this umbrella for all of the things I have mentioned. This is a must-have for anyone who needs to get away from the sun in an open area. Hope my photos and video were useful. If they were, please click on the button below. Thank you!
👤Take a look at the umbrella shape. It is not round and will cover the legs while sitting in a wheelchair. Hardware moves easily between equipment. The umbrella's spine is strong and folds into the bag.
👤Nothing will surprise you with this umbrella, if you've read the other reviews. The points of adjustment work well, although some are stickier than others. There is a metal nut that can come out if you loosen the clamps almost all the way. The superglue fix is easy, but you have to do it before you lose the nut. Make sure you don't glue your piece of furniture into a static position. The umbrella has made the beach more pleasant. I got it because I am pregnant and my skin is too sensitive to the sun's rays. I've taken this umbrella to the beach many times. If you move your chair, it will fit right to the back of it. I put it on my deck railing to shade me from the sun while my husband was grilling. If you're in one spot, it will cover it. The umbrella is not affected by the winds. You need to be aware of the wind direction so you don't create a sail out of your umbrella. It will catch in a breeze. The strongest beach winds caused the Sport-Brella to shift/ slide from its position. This thing isn't wind-proof so don't expect it to be. I think I will use this at the beach in the future since it will help me not get burnt after forgetting to apply sunscreen. I like that the clamp can be used to attach other chairs, a stroller, or a deck railing. I can only imagine how useful it will be if I'm taking my child somewhere with a stroller and some rain. Being able to protect yourself without taking up your hands is clutch. I am glad I made this purchase.
The Flexfit design does away with snaps and velcro, and offers up a clean fit and stylish look in both adult and youth sizes. The X1 fishing pliers have a handle and jaws. It can open split ring and cut braided line. The braided line cutters are supported by the aluminum handle inset spring. When there is a loaded spring, the pliers can open. The small hook at the top of the jaws can help you open the split rings. There is also a split lead and single barrel position. The Super Braided Line Cutters are made of aluminum and can cut braided line and mono line. You can get a smooth and clean cut with the line up of the pliers. They have a steel wire coiled lanyard and nylon holster to keep your pliers safe. You can keep your hands out of your fishing bag.
👤Two boys are learning to kayak with me. For Easter, give it to their first, independently owned tackle kit. They don't need to raft up with me to use my tools to re-rigg their lines. They can operate on their own. They each have their own color. It's funny. They are thrilled with the reviews so far. I'll probably get my own pair soon. They have the lanyard and sheath. I will add a bobber to the sheath and attach it to the lanyard. Things go too far when out on the water with kids. Like my keys or cell phone. We will not want to loose them. The lanyard clip can be clipped to a PHD or the eyelets on the boat. I will add a comment here. I thought I would not need to carry all of the tools I use most. I thought these would cut it down to one. The cutting surface is small after getting them in hand. As an older person, I use reading glasses. It might be a bit inconvenient to get line right on that surface to cut it. There have been no complaints from the 10 and 12 year olds. When I get my own tackle bag, I will keep the tiny sharp craft scissors in there in case they are more comfortable and easier to use. I'm still very impressed with this tool, it's well made, smooth metal with a nice heft, and a quality feel for such an awesome price.
👤These are the best fishing pliers for inshore fishing. I have used them for an entire fishing season here on the Texas coast, and they have been used for more than one fishing trip per week. The Booms X1 have held up well. The cutter blades are sharp enough to cut the wire. The spring loaded hinge works just as well as it did when it was new. I tried to use these pliers on 150lb split rings on offshore lures and it twisted the tip so that the top and bottom didn't line up, that's why I give it 4-stars. The tips of the pliers don't align perfectly anymore. These are the best fishing pliers for inshore fishing.
👤I would like to see a bigger line cutter, it's hard to see where this tiny blade is in the dark. A locking mechanism will keep these closed when I'm not using them.
👤I decided to buy another pair of pliers for myself and give my husband another pair, but when I looked in my history, I found I bought them three years ago. Even though they are covered in some saltwater, they open and close without sticking, and even though the clips are not rusted and broken, the cord is still intact and stretching, even after a lot of heated storage in an outdoor boat in the Florida. I had to leave a review.
👤The braided line cutter performs perfectly. Not too large or small to get hooks from deep within the mouths of fish. It is difficult to return your pliers without turning your attention to the task at hand. A hard plastic snap in and snap out type belt shith would be a perfect alternative to this poor design and make this the ultimate combination good quality good value your design.
It's perfect for travel, you can store the anchor in your trunk, under your boat seat, or on the deck of your board. The fishing lanyard is made of high quality metal, but the lantern ring is not easy to rust. A CHARACTERISTIC. The fishing rope is made of high elastic TPU and has high wear resistance. Fishing lanyards are the most effective way to prevent missing or falling into water. The length is described. The total length of the spring part is about 8.86 inch after it is straightened. 6 packs perfect after-sale. The fishing lanyards are made with care. If there is a problem in use, they will give it back.
👤The lanyards are decent. They're not very strong. They're good as retainers for things that have storage compartments. You don't want to lose them when you use them. You can't let anything hang on one while you walk around with other styles. The carabiners are pretty flimsy, and they extend with only an ounce or two of pull. They're great for light use, but won't stand up to abuse.
👤I leash my rods to my kayak so they don't get beat up like the rest of my gear. Their longevity has been disappointing. The carabiner gates malfunctioned shortly after I started using them, and the split rings rusted very quickly. I can't recommend them.
👤I wouldn't recommend using them to hold more than 1 or 2 lbs, even if they said they were good for up to 11 lbs. I used them in my kayak for the first time on a 2 day trip and most of them broke. I wanted them to make sure my items were secured if my kayak flipped. If I had to rely on these to keep my belongings, I would have lost everything.
👤I bought these to keep track of things in my kayak. I barely got a chance to use them in the kayak this year because of the terrible fishing. I found a lot of other places where they could be used. You should look at these if you need a way to secure things. There are a lot of uses for them. Tim Murphy is from the state of Pennsylvania.
👤If you are looking at this item, you should buy it. The quality is excellent. They will be great for my kayak. I only use 3 at the moment, but have 3 more to spare because they were so cheap. A very happy purchase.
👤I got the product quickly, but it was too short for my use, so I used a tether for the kill switch. I bought a product that was advertised as a boat kill switch lanyard, and will use it to keep fishing gear out of the water.
👤In the event that my kayak flips over, I will keep my items attached to it. It's better to be safe than to have to search for things in the water. They are small, but they do the job.
👤These lanyards are very convenient. I have everything that I use frequently. The different colors make it easy for me to grab the right one. They don't get a 5 star rating because I broke 1 by pulling on it too hard.
👤These are not strong enough for my kayak, but I wanted them for it. They are not bad for what they are intended for, keeping plyers secured to a tackle box. They are alright for the price, but you probably find something similar at a dollar store.
👤It does not retain its shape when you stretch it out. I don't know what to use them for. It's like a piece of bent plastic in the cooler weather. I don't recommend this product.
There are additional reel pockets, gear pockets, small mesh pockets and flat zip pockets in the roomy armrest. There is an exclusive offer that comes with 4 repair patches. This float is great for beginners. It is very easy to install and use the inflatable and lightweight design. The inflatable is very easy to complete, just turn on the knob switch and it will release in a few seconds. Two floats weighing 2.6 lbs. are MAX PSI 4PSI/0.3BAR. Approx. length. 90 cm/35.4 inch 28. The float height can be adjusted with a simple twist and click. The stabilizers make you feel more safe when kayaking, boating, and canoeing. Two pieces hold one paddle, no ring, no eye, universal fit.
👤These inflatable pontoons are very stable. I can get gear and even stand up, things that weren't easy before. I can inflate them in a few breaths and they stay inflated all day. The double valve stem makes it efficient to inflate. Depending on where you mount them, they can get in the way. I have to lean forward a bit to clear them. My stroke is short. If you want to sit on a sunken tree with exposed branches, there is another. They can get caught on the branches, which can be helpful to keep you moored without an anchor. They are thick enough to not worry about punctures. There were four patches but no glue. They make getting in and out of the kayak difficult. You can take off on one side if you get close to the shore. When I hit them with my paddle, they stay in position and keep the kayak stable. I give them 4.5 stars for what they do and how they perform. I would like them to be a little smaller and not interfere with rowing. The limitations with my kayak are more than the stabilizers. These stabilizers are something I would definitely use for a pedal driven kayak for added peace of mind. The price is a great value. Check out my full review at Drew's outdoor reviews.
👤It is portable and light.
👤After they were delivered, opened packaging and inflated both pontoons. Both leaked. It's not built very well and requires patching.
👤This is a cheap imitation of the Hobie Sidekick.
👤When I read some of the reviews, I was concerned, but I ordered it so I could return if necessary. It comes with no instructions. I inflated both floats and found no leaks. The floats are very sturdy and firm because of the thick PVC. There were no instructions on how to use the patches. I'm sure it can be found on the internet. I'm happy with my purchase.
👤The decision to buy kayaks was not the best one. I and my husband were not as young as we used to be. I call this and the floats my "training wheels", like when you are a kid and learning to ride a bike. I can stay upright without having to work at it. One suggestion. If they get in the way of paddling, place them far back on the kayak. We had to move ours further back. I'm kayaking upright and it's a bit pricey.
👤I should have paid more attention to the small size.
👤I have been holding air for several days and it appears to be good. The quality is as expected. Without an outer nylon protective skin like with pontoon boats, the susceptibility to puncture is greater. They fit the Lixada stabilizer bar perfectly. Just need to get them wet.
👤They were just sent back in 2 inflatable bags and it cost £20, you don't get a return label, it was just a mistake.
👤It's a great addition to my kayak.
Buy with confidence, their product has a one year warranty. The portable fish finder can detect and display underwater water temperature, fish size, and fish depth. There are two user modes. Try all functions in simulation mode. Lucky fish finder portable has a wired operating distance and depth detection. Kayak fish finders have a beam angle of 45. The fish finder is portable. You should bring a cable for charging. The fish depth finder can work for 5 hours. The display's brightness can be adjusted. You can easily read the data at night or in the sun. There are various features settings. The Lucky portable fish finder has an updated underwater display. You have the option of choosing, more clear and professional. Set up sensitivity, screen brightness, depth range, zoom, depth alarm, fish alarm, fish icon, units and language by yourself. You can go fishing with the fish depth finder in a variety of ways. The sensor transducer can be attached to your boat or kayak.
👤The portable fish finder works well. The value for money is very good. It is very easy to use. The default setting is on metric units for depth and water temperature. If you want imperial units, you can change the menu to make it default to imperial units. It seems to be accurate and pretty good at identifying the locations of fish, even though I felt many bites on my fishing line and had bait on. There are other accessories, such as the cigarette lighter, carry strap, and a small mounting bracket for mounting it on a boat or kayak. I used the carry strap and not the mounting brackets. The screen is small enough for me to use. The fish finder has good graphics. It allows you to set it to display the raw image or to show fish based on the feedback from the sonar. I chose to keep the default setting because I don't want the hassle of trying to interpret the raw images on the screen. I was a little worried after reading some of the previous reviews, but I'm very happy with this fish finder. My review is from a standpoint of a person who just fishes for pleasure, and also for food, when they are free. I don't use this fish finder for commercial purposes and I don't fish in tournaments.
👤My swimming pool is 100 feet deep. I used it for the first time this week. I was shown on my anchor line to be about 30 feet deep. According to the device, I was over 180 feet deep. I knew that wasn't right. I put it in my poo, which is only 8 feet deep and has no fish. My Lucky Fish Finder says my pool has fish and is over 100 feet deep.
👤1. It was easy to use fresh out the box. The internal batt can be used for 8 hours and still have less than half power. 3. It's pretty accurate, but it will show fish that are not the type. 4. It's possible to install an accessory on your boat or pontoon boat. 5. I used it on the shore and it will detect fish 50 feet away. 6. The witch knows where the fish are, it's important to know where to drop your line. There is no volume level and the noise we make is pretty annoying. You can turn it off and then use it to make a noise for fish.
👤For years I used a battery powered depth/fish finder for fresh water fishing. I was shopping for a new unit when my old one stopped working. The Lucky is a portable device. Nice unit. I contacted the seller after having trouble with the new unit. They were responsive and nice. They sent me a new unit after looking into the issue. It works well. It is easy to use and accurate. The display is large. There are several options for use of the transducer. I put mine in the boat. The device is a good value and the seller has been great with customer support.
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