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Discussion in 'Hunting, Fishing & Camping' started by muscles, Aug 18, 2005.
How much are you wanting to spend? If your willing to spend say like around $500, I think you would be better off with buying an Aluminum boat, you can find em if you shop around. They just are more durable, and more capable of handling bigger water. I just use a Transom mount Electric Trolling motor on my 14 foot jon boat, it pushes it pretty well its a 40lb trust, and I have a cheap Eagle Cuda 120 fish finder and it works out well for me.
i've never had any luck with the small sevylor type row boats. i think intex has some bigger rafts. those might work. inflatables never row as a well as a regular boat. i think an aluminum is a better option if you can store it. get a cartopper and you won't need a trailer.
although small for 4 people, cabelas sells those folding canoes made of green plastic.
the ultimate would be a porta-bote, but that may be more than you want to spend.
i have 2 inflatable kayaks that are similar to seaeagle 330. i got them for much less. i can go into more detail about inflatable kayaks if you want.