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    Default Frog Boat from Canada

    Has anyone ever used one of these boats or seen one in person? It looks like it's been around for a few years.

    http://www.onefrogtwo.com/

    It looks interesting. Not as easily portable as a float tube but no more trouble than a pram. I suppose if you were spending enough time a one location it might be worth the effort to transport it.

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    Promo video.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=liWZuAJEZ0k


    Entire Canadian fishing show with Brian Chan with a segment on the Frog Boat. Segment on the Frog Boat starts at 3:35.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AeVOkzccgks
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    Goofy looking but I think it is a good thing.
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    A SUP, sit on top yak, or a canoe with outriggers have much more utility. Without the outriggers, the hull chines on the CanuckCraft are as soft as an old Sears tin pram, and probably terribly unstable/unusable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAWallace View Post
    A SUP, sit on top yak, or a canoe with outriggers have much more utility. Without the outriggers, the hull chines on the CanuckCraft are as soft as an old Sears tin pram, and probably terribly unstable/unusable.
    Lots of online videos and articles on " DIY Outriggers" for under $60. Add them to a $200 Coleman canoe or scanoe and you are all set.


    Jim

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