Sea Eagle PackFish7™ Inflatable Fishing Boat Reviews

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Dan Yaross Verified Owner 11/20/2020 4.0 out of 5 stars.

I have used it twice and the only small issue I have is how the oars work within the tight oar guides. I have enjoyed using the PF-7.

Sea Eagle's reply:

Thank you for choosing SeaEagle and thank you for the feedback. We will gladly assist you with any issue regarding rowing.

Please call or email to speak with our customer service team.

Doug Doan Verified Owner 11/9/2020 5.0 out of 5 stars.

Very happy with my Sea eagle! Easy to deflate and reinflate for a quick trip to the river. Very durable!

Brenton Rahm Verified Owner 9/29/2020 5.0 out of 5 stars.

At first I had a hard time moving the boat efficiently; but I had the blades of my oars on opposite sides of the boat than they should be. Wider part of each blade should be on bottom, SeaEagle logo on top.

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I use this for trolling mostly, floating down the gentle river where I live for bass and pike. It tracks very well too. Rod holders work very well, and the canvas is excellent to protect the bladders from puncture. Very comfortable seat. Wasn't expecting that! I get alot of use out of the measuring scale on the sides too. The quality is incredible. This is not a true "backpacking" boat, as I was hoping, as it is fairly heavy and hard to carry for more than a half a mile or so, but it is perfect to keep in a car or truck. I wish SeaEagle made a motor mount for it! Made in the USA too. Good visibility. Comfortable enough to spend a whole day fishing. Splurge for the floor too. Worth the price difference. Best inflatable I ever owned or saw.

Brian Hess Verified Owner 7/19/2020 4.0 out of 5 stars.

I received my Packfish7 earlier this week. I had an issue with losing pressure. I checked for leaks with soapy water and found leaks at both valves. Although I wrote to Sea Eagle for advice (which they answered the following day), I used the supplied valve tool and tightened both valves (which appeared to be not fully tightened). I reinflated the two chambers and it held pressure.

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Today was its maiden voyage. For an almost 60 year old guy it was a little tricky to get in and launch from the bank of the pond, but not too bad. Rowing was a challenge. The oars kept hitting my thighs. With nothing in the boat it’s likely easier to keep your legs flat, but with rods and tackle it’s frustrating. I tried to stand twice. Might be too old for that. Sitting was comfortable. Caught 4 bass. One was just shy of 4 lbs. All-in-all it’s a nice boat. Just have to figure out how to row it easier.