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Inflatable Kayak Project #13195499 06/25/19 01:09 PM
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This could have gone in the Kayak area but since it is inflatable I posted it here.
I bought a Challenger 2 person Inflatable Kayak to carry in my motor home. It rolls up into a 3ft bag and includes 2 paddles and 2 blow up seats. Not bad for $100 or so.
Being retired with time on my hands I have made lots of improvements. First I added pontoons, rod holders, basket, different seats then a full frame.
If that wasn't enough I added a trolling motor and battery then a depth finder. I had to try to keep this portable to carry in the motor home so disassembled it fits into 3 large bags.
I finished my last update over the winter but haven't had it in the water since. I bought a bass boat in the spring so I don't know how much use the kayak will get.
If you are working on a similar project I might be able to help.

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That's pretty cool! Wife and I bought a two person inflatable that fits in a suit case. We take it with us when we fly somewhere. It works out pretty good. The one in the back paddles and the one in the front fishes and we trade off every so often.

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Yup i have advanced elements inflatable I use on vacation. Easy to transport in a bag ad big as a medium suitcase. Caught alot of fish in lake I'd never had caught from bank.


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