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    Using Pontoon Fly Fishing Boats

    Post by sangbmt on Fri Jul 22, 2011 11:33 pm

    When it comes to fly fishing, pontoon boats are an excellent choice. Many have a wrong impression of pontoon boats. When you hear that word you may be thinking of the huge party boats that clutter lakes or the small kinds with peddles. However, there are other pontoon boats that are designed specifically for fishing and can seat one to two people.

    For those not familiar with pontoon fly fishing boats they are typically small, not over eight feet in length although you can get them in larger sizes. The fisherman will have two pontoons on either side of them that sit on the water. These pontoons are either inflatable or solid air bladders. The pontoon boat has a hull that is V shaped so that there is very little water resistance when paddling, providing the fisherman with excellent maneuverability. The two pontoons are connected by a frame, which contains the sitting area. When moving they are paddled similar to a rowboat.

    When compared to other fishing boats, pontoon fly fishing boats are still relatively new. It wasn't until the 1980s that they first became commonly available. However, they are quickly gaining popularity in the fly fishing world because of their many benefits. Consider the benefits you can gain from getting pontoon fly fishing boats.

    The Benefits

    There is good reason that pontoon fly fishing boats have become popular. Anyone who wants to do fly-fishing can have many benefits with a pontoon boat. Next time you are considering a boat for your fly-fishing needs consider the benefits you can have with a pontoon boat.
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