Sea Eagle 350fx Inflatable Fishing Boat Reviews

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John Allison Verified Owner 2/7/2021 5.0 out of 5 stars.

I only used mine for about 2/3 of a season, simply because I waited too long to order for a full season. Ordering and delivery was easy, however I'm not sure what the county tax Sea Eagle charges is, as we have none on this type of boat. Assembly and set up are easy, and only take a few minutes. I did however leave mine inflated after the first few times, and kept it stored upside down on saw horses, and covered with a tarp. I transported mine on top of a Subaru Forested as well as a F150 with a camper shell, and it behaved well on both. I used it on flat and river water, with and without the skeg, and with the swivel fishing seat as well as a kayak seat. The boat behaves and tracks well for what it is intended for. The build quality is top notch, and had no issues from that standpoint. As far as customer service, I don't know, as I never had to use them. Would I recommend this boat ? If you love to fish, camp and explore from the water, and need extreme storage and stability, then yes I do.

Brad Porter Verified Owner 1/23/2021 4.0 out of 5 stars.

The foot brace pins are a pain in the butt. Overall a awesome little craft. A little heavier than I anticipated.

Richard Brown Verified Owner 1/1/2021 5.0 out of 5 stars.

1st day on the water review

The “needs modification/improvement”

Comes with six built in rod holders. I don’t like the positioning of the rod holders. Been spoiled with horizontal rod tubes in some of my other kayaks and will be making this modification

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It’s slow, but it’s what I expected with pontoons that wide and big

The inflatable seat greatly benefits from an added lumbar support I added with 3ft long zip ties. In hind sight, I maybe would have purchased the nice seat upgrade; but happy with the seat modification

The good

Handles waves better than any kayak I’ve ever owned. Can see how it’s rated for class 4 rapids

Tracks well with an additional skeg (2 skegs total)

Tough as nails and very well built

Details on converting vertical rod holders to horizontal rod tubes

Converting vertical rod holders to horizontal

2” rubber T connections—found in pvc section Hardware store. Ring clamps and Gorilla tape to secure

1.5” is too narrow

2” diameter is nice for spinning rods

Don Neustaedter Verified Owner 12/30/2020 5.0 out of 5 stars.

The 350FX is everything I thought it would be. I got what I payed for. incredibly stable in high winds, lots of rod holders (I added 2 more for a fish finder). This is the best inflatable I own, I have four, so good so far.

Richard Gains Verified Owner 11/21/2020 4.0 out of 5 stars.


Ok well you know all the positives so let me focus on some constructive feedback.

The boat is great in terms of strength and durability but obviously that comes with extra weight and that means I keep mine inflated for the season and transport on the car roof. It is still light enough to load up easily. The problem is the sikeg. Firstly it cannot be straight. I have to do two strokes with the left arm for every one stroke with the right arm. Also the Skeg housing is simply not robust enough for any kind of grounding force with a lateral force. If you don’t land bow first and lift the stern and drag ashore stern first you will damage. Even parked on the beach the weight of the boat is a heavy load for this skeg. Perhaps a longer shallower skeg would be more durable with a longer socket length and lesser depth, but I appreciate that socket length is also tricky due to hull sheer.

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Sea Eagle's reply:

Thank you for the review Richard.

The skeg is not designed to be dragged on ground. We do have other shallower skegs you may be interested in.

For any other assistance please feel free to contact us anytime.

Joseph Mazzotta Verified Owner 11/17/2020 5.0 out of 5 stars.

fun to use, bit of a challenge stowing away.

Dennis Jones Verified Owner 6/26/2020 5.0 out of 5 stars.

Finally, I got to use as I had intended. Little bit of a learning curve inflating, setting up and deflating the first time. Should be relatively easy the next time. One thing of note; if you are using the raised swivel seat, do not bother with installing the foot braces as your feet will not reach them. As I was fishing saltwater in a lagoon, I used the removable skeg. The kayak tracked remarkably well. Stability is a non concern. Exceeded my expectations. Worked like a charm!

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Before, I was using a 12 foot sit on top kayak. When pulling a travel trailer, a truck rack was required. This set up is much easier.

James Delle Bovi Verified Owner 1/28/2020 5.0 out of 5 stars.

I love the 350fx. And the support, although I haven’t needed to use it much, has been outstanding. I like being able to purchase parts here and there when I may need them. Sea Eagle has bee most supportive of any questions I may have. I made the right choice with the 350. Although I don’t do ANY whitewater at all, it’s comforting to know that I chose such a rugged product.

Shane Wade Verified Owner 1/19/2020 5.0 out of 5 stars.

I gave the boat 5 star. Because of quality and craftsmanship. I chose the wrong boat though. It is to heavy for what I wanted to do with it and the bottom of the boat is not tough enough for the creeks I float. I wish the extra black material that has been placed on top of boat was on the bottom . However, Sea Eagle makes a great product and I would buy again.

Douglas Sackett Verified Owner 12/7/2019 5.0 out of 5 stars.

We are 59 year old teachers and have never owned a kayak. Every summer we travel for weeks with our trailer and pickup. We saw an inflatable kayak two summers ago and were intrigued. We did our research and found Sea Eagle had the best reviews. I fish so an inflatable fishing kayak made sense. We loved our Sea Eagle kayak during our Summer trip last year The kayak and accessories easily fit in our pickup. Set up, cleaning and take down was easy. We kayaked in Colorado, Iowa, Minnesota and Washington. The highlight was the Boundary waters of Minnesota and Ontario, kayaking in wilderness lakes. I caught a ton of fish and no, never worried about a hook sinking the kayak. I can highly recommend our inflatable kayak for storability, ease of use and it is totally cool!