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    Anonymous
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    I recommend this product
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    3 years ago
    Sea Eagle FastTrack Angler 385FT Inflatable Kayak Deluxe Solo Package

    This kayak is awesome, I like to fish and my wife likes to get outside on the water and exercise so she paddles in back and I fish from the front, a match made in heaven! The 385fta fits in the trunk of our Honda Civic and sets up very quickly. The low profile, front keel and skeg make it easy to paddle and control in fast current and in windy conditions. It is so stable we have never felt unsafe whenever we were out on the water even with whitecaps coming over the bow. We put boat cushions under the seats to raise them up a few inches and it is very comfortable sitting for long periods. I added some rod holders in front and when going out solo I can move out of my seat to get to them and not feel like the boat will tip. The warranty and customer service are excellent! The crocodile padding started to delaminate and after sending in some pictures, Sea Eagle sent out a replacement before requiring us to return the old one both at no charge so we did not have to miss any time on the water!

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    Anonymous
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    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 stars
    3 years ago
    Sea Eagle FastTrack Angler 385FT Inflatable Kayak Deluxe Solo Package

    I like this boat a lot. Next purchase will be the aluminum frame fishing seat. As a fly fisherman I think that make fishing a little easier. I was surprised how easy it handled on a windy lake. I had a Wilderness Systems Tarpon 16 for years, stolen from me by Hurricane Ike, that I loved for fishing the Texas coast and I hate to say it but I think this is a better boat. I'm in Connecticut now mostly on nearby lakes or the Connecticut River so the comparison may not be fair - I don't know how this boat would handle confrontations with oysters but so far rocks are not a problem. It's tracking system and skeg gives it an edge up on sit-on-tops...even SOT's with rudders. It is lighter and more stable, the rigid floor being a great asset. I'm getting a little old for it now, but I'd love to have tried this boat on the Sandy River, OR from Slaughter Hole to Revenue Bridge.

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