Creek Company® Voyager Pontoon

Item # WX2-283976

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Creek Company® Voyager Pontoon is completely inflatable, for easy packing and transport! BIG BUCKS OFF!

Frameless yet completely sturdy and strong, Creek Company®'s Voyager Pontoon is a formidable fishing aid that's able to cruise around with ease to get you situated in prime position! Plus, because the manufacturer discontinued this model, we scooped a truckload of 'em for a massive discount off the in-store price!

Here's more:
  • 30-gauge PVC bladder system inflates in less than 3 minutes
  • Rugged 30-oz. whitewater-raft cover material resists wear and tear
  • Inflatable chair with adjustable seat back and a foot bar with 6 adjust points for max comfort
  • Large storage pocket, rod holder and beverage holder keeps your gear arranged
  • Comes with storage bag that has a handle and shoulder strap for comfortable carrying
  • 10 D-rings with a stripping apron
  • Comes with double-action pump and two 5', 2-Pc. oars with fold-down oarlocks
  • 400-lb. weight capacity.
  • Measures 96 x 54"w., weighs 28 lbs.

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