Sea Eagle 350fx Inflatable Fishing Boat Reviews

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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.