Sea Eagle PackFish7™ Inflatable Fishing Boat Reviews
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So where do I start let’s just start I guess with if you have the money for it buy it, it was worth every penny so far I’ve used it one season and I get nothing but compliments, especially with the floor board you can stand and fish for such a small craft it’s just awesome I don’t have to lug my 95 lb kyack around that I can stand in and if I wanna stop at a pond on the way home from work and fish for a bit it inflates in no time at all and I’m on the water in less than 15 mins usually I only wish I had more money to be able to try more of their crafts because I fish all the time and I love this one however I’d love to have something a little bigger I’m 6’ 235lbs and I have two things however I wish I could fix the leg room is one gripe is when paddling I have to sit on my knees also the original paddles aren’t the best either I use a kyack paddle instead as the ones that come with it are confusing to use and get in the way when fishing otherwise the craft is perfect for someone smaller than myself. 4 stars
easier to pack without the floor board, but ok so far
I love this thing. Extremely portable and durable. Definitely want a bigger model later on. But for now this one works great. Awesome for anyone that wants to get around the lake but still stuck on a budget.
I'm an avid Kayak/SUP angler, getting out on the water about 100 times per year. I have a dedicated sit on top 11.5' kayak for inshore and big water freshwater, a SeaEagle FishSUP 126 I use for long days on the water (trolling motor) or when I take a second person with me. Then I have my (1st generation) PF7 that I use for small water - around 50-60 acres or less. There's something about the PackFish just gets me so excited when I load it in the van - I almost feel like a little kid again playing with a new toy. But out on the water it's a serious machine. The comfort, stability and stealth is unparalleled in a package so portable. I get asked SO many times to talk about the raft and a couple folks have even said they're going right out to get one themselves after giving it a quick spin. Biggest tip I give to folks who try it is to paddle backwards like a rowboat - shift your mindset away from kayaking and you'll soon develop a rhythm and can keep a steady 2.5 mph pace. Get one, you will feel so alive!