Sea Eagle FSK16 Inflatable Fishing Boat Reviews

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Robb Jones Verified Owner 11/8/2021 4.0 out of 5 stars.

I love this skiff, a little difficult inflating and launching at site but very stable and maneuverable on the water

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Gregory Plata Verified Owner 8/30/2021 5.0 out of 5 stars.

Great fishing boat. Took it down to Cocodrie, LA last May for reds and speckled trout, then up on Green Bay, WI, and other lakes in Wisconsin. Solid as a rock, and just glides on the water with my 5 HP Mercury. Good investment, and able to pack into my Kia Sportage. I have used SeaEagle boats now for 20 years, and always happy with them.

John Schneider Verified Owner 8/9/2021 5.0 out of 5 stars.

Engineering Marvel! The rigidity of the skiff and stability on the water is like no other. I have fished in very small to larger boats and until your on this Skiff it's hard to imagine an inflatable performing and exceeding the performance of a rigid hull craft. We typically fish 3 people and even though it's not considered a craft for rough water it performed very well when a storm suddenly blew in and the wind went from 5-10 mph to 20-25 mph in a matter of minutes. There was never the concern or feeling the skiff would flip or roll. What I did learn was a gas motor would have allowed us to manuever and cut through the wakes better plus get off the water quicker. With 3 adults extending above a low profile boat you create a lot drag in a windy situation and a trolling motor is not going to plane a 16ft craft with 3 adults. This incident was one of my biggest concerns when buying this Skiff because I knew this would eventually happen but we felt safe were safe and we will continue to enjoy our skiff.

Rodney Smith Verified Owner 8/1/2021 3.0 out of 5 stars.

Everyone on the lake wanted to know where to get one. I’m very upset tho. I purchased the boat and had it stored, like many people would. I went online to see what engine capacity the boat was rated for. Learned that it was rated for 10hp. So, I purchased a 9.9hp motor for more power. Then put the boat together to find the transom states 6hp max. I called SeaEagle to get the truth and learned they changed the transom. My boat was only 3 or so months old and it was already outdated.

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This is a boat that is often stored. People rely on your website for information. Be more specific. Had I not been misled by info on your website, I might have save a thousand dollars by keeping my 5hp motor I bought in the package instead of selling it and buying a 9.9 I cannot use.

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