How To Mount Oars To Your Float Tube

Have a river close by? Float tubes were designed for still-water, as propulsion comes from raw fin power. Going upstream or against the current with fin power alone would be a grueling task for even the most athletic of anglers. I have a river less than a minute away, with the lake 20 minutes away. […]

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First Float Trip Of 2015

I’ve been itchin’ to get out on the water now that it’s been getting warmer. It was a mild winter here in Utah and as a result Spring came much faster, but the lack of snow will hurt us in the long term. One of my favorite spots is ‘trolling’ for catfish on Utah Lake. […]

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Floating Picnic Table

As a tuber you become pretty creative and scrappy. I’ve thought about ways to bring a cooler out on the water, ways to bring my daughter (didn’t work out), and have been brainstorming ways I could bring my dog (a Boxer, probably won’t happen). So why not just have a floating picnic table?

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Channel Catfish Bite While Trolling

Trolling for channel catfish with bait from a float tube gets exciting real quick, but it also brings frustration with it. Sometimes they hit like freight trains and sometimes the hit is so faint to could be a pesky mud-cat. I suppose it all depends on the mood of the cat. I’ve switched back and […]

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Float Tube Fishing For Catfish

While most anglers head towards the trout lakes and Provo river for fly fishing, I prefer going after Channel cats on Utah Lake. With how strong they pull, it’s a lot of fun on a tube. Because most of Utah Lake is a muddy bottom, you can drag bait on the bottom and practically troll, […]

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Catching A Walleye From a Float Tube – On Accident!

Utah Lake is my favorite float tube fishing spots. It has plenty of good sized Channel Catfish, Walleye, and has great sized Largemouth Bass if you know where to fish for them. This as the first tube trip I took my wife on it. She was uneasy and tense for the first 30 min. of […]

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What Kind of Fly Fisher Are You?

As we’re getting settled into spring it’s time to take out the ole’ fly rod and get on some fish. Trout fishing is becoming hot all over the nation and it’s getting better and better for the warm water species. Fishing isn’t what it used to be, there are countless methods and tackle that can […]

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Why You Need To Try Float Tube Fishing

You’ll Actually Catch Fish There are two types of people in the world: those that like fishing and those that don’t have the patience for it. If you’re the latter, it’s most likely because your Dad would take you fishing at the local pond, but nobody would catch anything. On the other hand, if you’ve […]

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Ice Fishing – “The Great Equalizer”

Winter is the one time of year where shore-fishermen can get to the same spots as ‘tubers and ‘tooners. You can walk out to just about any part of the lake if it’s frozen over. This article talks about why Winter is one of the best times to catch fish. Check out this sweet video of […]

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ODC 420 vs. ODC 420L

So what’s the main difference? Here’s a closer look and great explanation on the main differences between the float tubes:

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