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The Float Tube
Welcome To The Float Tube Store!
The sport of fishing has been loved by many over the past centuries. You can fish from a shore, you can fish from a dock. You can fish while standing in water. But you can also fish from a float tube kick boat device!

A float tube is a lightweight, single person watercraft that enables you to reach wilderness streams, ponds and lakes, usually where there is no boat access. Each small craft device is lightweight and designed for different waters and anglers in mind. The Float Tube

The Float Tube There are four different types of float tubes: the round float tube, the U or V shaped float tube, the pontoon and the cat. Each device is designed with various things in mind and for different types of water variances. But all of these small water crafts are also designed with solid, durable material and with safety in mind. About Us The round float tube was the initial design for float tubes and is used in still water only. It's classic doughnut-shape has all the features of the more expensive tubes, but at a less expensive price. U or V float tubes have an open front that allows easy entry. They also have a lounge chair and positions the angler higher above the water.

The pontoon float tubes are more advanced fishing crafts and provide the ultimate in performance, durability and portability. Pontoons offer quick-turn maneuverability and superior balance. Their seats are positioned higher which offer higher visibility and greater comfort. They have a solid, hull catamaran design and keep the angler completely out of the water, providing superior balance, complete freedom of movement and increased visibility. About Us

The Float Tube Store offers ODC, Prowler, Fish Cat, Trinity, Venture Outdoors, VO Modular, Discovery, PAC, Water Strider and many others including accessories. We look forward to doing business with you and offer world wide shipping at competitive prices. The Float Tube

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