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Caddis Inspire #12510790
11/20/17 11:43 PM
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Cabelas lists this tube on their site as new. Different in that it is a pontoon with oars. I have not found any reviews on it. Has anyone seen one or otherwise have an opinion on it? I would link it but sure if rules allow it.

Re: Caddis Inspire [Re: trapperben] #12527671
12/05/17 04:49 PM
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This is not a pontoon, but a float tube of the "V" shape. It will be tiring to row any distance compared to a true pontoon, because of the middle section dragging in the water. On the other hand, the oars may help with use in shallow water, where float tube fins cannot be used and pushing along with your feet is slower than rowing.

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Re: Caddis Inspire [Re: trapperben] #12530124
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Yeah I meant tube with oars. Thanks for the reply and insight.

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