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Old 07-27-2015, 03:01 PM   #21
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I also have a Sea Eagle, & am real happy with it. Has multiple air cambers, so would not think one deflating would be a huge issue, as was mentioned on an earlier post. Have not experienced that yet, however. ��

Grandkids also enjoy using it.
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Old 07-27-2015, 07:45 PM   #22
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Thanks everyone for the input!
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Old 08-01-2015, 10:34 AM   #23
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I have pretty well decided to go the inflatable route, looking at either the SE 370 or possibly the Aquaglide Chinook 2. (Sea Eagle is cheaper as it comes with everything...)

Thanks for previous comments everyone.
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We have been on seven float trips so far this year. We do not haul canoes or kayaks or large rafts (party barge) around. We rent from local vendors and let them take care of the equipment and hauling us up river or picking us up when we float down stream. (and no problems of storing them at home)
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Old 08-02-2015, 08:18 AM   #26
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We have been on seven float trips so far this year. We do not haul canoes or kayaks or large rafts (party barge) around. We rent from local vendors and let them take care of the equipment and hauling us up river or picking us up when we float down stream. (and no problems of storing them at home)
That is a great suggestion if you are looking to do float trips etc. My plan is just some recreational paddling, most likely to be when camping. Easier and less dependent on others if I have a handy inflatable in the back of the truck!
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I am also thinking of an inflatable, may I ask what you chose and why? Do you use it as a one person or 2?

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We have an Advanced Elements Convertible kayak. After some research, this one met all of our needs, can be used by 1or 2 people, durable, multilpe air chambers, multiple layers of fabric, less than 50 lbs, quick inflate and deflate. Not cheap but have used it 10 times since March and we are pleased with it.
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We have an Advanced Elements Convertible kayak. After some research, this one met all of our needs, can be used by 1or 2 people, durable, multilpe air chambers, multiple layers of fabric, less than 50 lbs, quick inflate and deflate. Not cheap but have used it 10 times since March and we are pleased with it.
Appreciate the info... I have looked at the Advanced Elements units and they seem to be very good...
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I wanted a kayak that I would be able to fish out of and the Sea eagle 370 fit the bill forward us.
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Ok, pulled the trigger.... Ordered the Sea Eagle 370 Pro yesterday... Looking forward to some water fun!
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