Anyone use a Fly Craft ?

Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by Michael Morris, Mar 31, 2014.

  1. Michael Morris Member

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    Was browsing the site but didn't see anything related to this, so thought I would ask. From the site and videos it looks like a pretty durable, easily transportable and cheaper option to drift a river. Anyone have any personal experience with these ? or have any thoughts on products like this. Thanks.

    http://www.flycraftusa.com/#!products/cjg9
  2. jake-e-boy Active Member

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    Doesn't seem very cheap to me, a WM Kodiak is cheap. red's has a nice looking used raft that is also cheaper.
  3. jwg Active Member

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    West Richland, WA
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    Here's the part I like

    "I'm a product detail. I'm a great place to add more details about your product such as sizing, material, care instructions and cleaning instructions.
    "

    J
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  4. ryfly Addicted to flyfishing

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    Shit, for $3500 you can get quite a few more options than one of these.
  5. Luke77 I hope she likes whitefish

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    I'm not sure who they are trying to market to? If I wanted something easily transportable, I'd get a WM. If I wanted a framed raft, for that price, I'd get a full framed raft. Just not sure what their niche is.
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  6. scottybs Active Member

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    X2
  7. underachiever !

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    suburban hell
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    They do have the best fly fisherman on the planet as their lone pro staffer. Guess I'll buy two.
  8. TANGLES Richh

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    For that kind of money I'd just get a boat with a guide in it.