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Inflatable Watercraft Rafts, pontoon boats, kickboats, etc.

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05-09-2004 08:02 PM
splitshot
watermaster

i have floated the snake, grand ronde, missouri, clark fork, yakima, spokane, coeur'd alene and columbia rivers with the boat. also many lakes. the roughest river is the biggest one which is the columbia. they have 3 sizes now and the front is v-shaped. when i bought my 2 boats 15 years ago only one size was available and the front was square so when it is windy water comes over the front. they are light ,26 lbs. and fit in a bag with pack straps.
05-09-2004 10:15 AM
juro Our webmaster is one, but he's on his way to visit striper country right now. We'll have his attention at the spring clave next weekend. He's posted some nice pics of the watermaster floating the Cascade rivers in the pacific northwest and loves the raft. Also favored by some hard core anglers I know in the Great Lakes for portability and ease of fishing through a progression of pools.

I want to try them for hopping around on shoals this summer while sight fishing the flats.
05-08-2004 03:18 AM
splitshot
water master

how many watermaster owners are out there? they have some advantages over pontoons.

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