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   Old Thread  #5 25 Sept 2018 at 6.39am Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
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   Old Thread  #3 25 Sept 2018 at 6.38am Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
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Iíve done a fair bit of fishing off of small boats the last couple of years. I wouldnít at all want to fish off the thing youíve posted, and Iíve fished off a tiny inflatable like it before. I had a cheap zodiac I got off someone from gumtree originally and although it has loads of leaks from the previous owner the tubes were strong enough to avoid hook punctures.

Iíve recently been looking again for an inflatable rather than my small rib so I can go out on my own and after seeing Boycieís Bark boat last weekend I was very impressed and the larger models get a lot of good reviews. Iíll probably be buying a bark at some point soon and replacing my rib.

So many things can go wrong very quickly on a boat, spend the money and buy a decent one. Weíve had more than a few scares and have had to cut the anchor and power out the way of trouble a couple of times too. Iím not the most safety conscious person generally and know full well that Iím totally out of my depth whilst on a boat. Itís really not something to put a budget on. Buy a decent reliable boat and spend the couple of hundred quid you were originally planning to spend on two decent life jackets.

No jacket no boating, I wouldnít dream of getting on one without it.
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   Old Thread  #2 25 Sept 2018 at 6.35am Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
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   Old Thread  #1 25 Sept 2018 at 6.30am Login so you can post / reply  Register so you can join in!
Hi all,
Does anyone use an inflatable for fishing? Looking for something for my wife and me to use for fishing and just general paddling around. One concern would be hooked on puncturing the material. Any recommendations? Don't want to spend too much, maybe a couple hundred at most.

It's here my interested: Intex Mariner 4

If you're an Intex owner, would like to hear your experience with the extendable Intex durability and how they compare to other inflatable boats you've tried.

Thanks in advance for any recommendations! :T:T:T
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