Stealth Pro from Outcast

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  1. cmann886

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    were you able to fish on the go? how well does the stealth pro track? Had any eperience using it with fins?
     
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    : in the last day or two, I read another post accusing Blue of "trashing" Scadden rafts yet "again" ... in my experience, if BOTH sides of an argument are pissed at you, you've probably done something right, so thank you for your balance insight Blue! ... I've got a Waterstrider (circa 2007) that I love on moving water, and am in the market for a back-up/"loaner" (frameless style) for pontoon-less friends who can then float with me as well as something I can use on windier lakes (like maybe even Pyramid near Reno) ... the Escape looks interesting as does the Predator, both Scadden units, as does Outcast's new Stealth, and I am super-curious to hear user comments regarding Scadden's extremely unique looking Fuzion ... though I have read that the rowing is quite awkward on the Fuzion, how about using it primarily as a kickboat with the oars used sparingly??? ... I used to have a Water Wagon (made in Amarillo, Texas, was 6'x4'x1' of injection molded styrofoam around an internal metal frame, weighed about 25 lbs., and took 1500 lb. of weight to submerge it) that I'd slightly customized and I caught more fish-per-hour-of-fishing while sitting atop that little unit than any other watercraft, including an Outcast 800 framed pontoon, and a real boat, a Lund 16" semi-v hull w/a 50 HP Merc ... there's gotta be a market for new Water Wagon-type kickboats ... mine drew about 2" of water w/300+ lbs. aboard ... a little 25 lb. thrust MinnKota pulled that thing around like a champ ... I easily made my way down Class 2 water using only fins ... anyway, back to frameless inflatables: at the very most, we'd be doing water on the low side of Class 3 ... any suggestions???
     
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    I'm older and maybe my eyes don't pick up details like they used to, but these two oar mounts look like mirror image to me (other than the obvious color difference) ... what am I missing?
     
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    I don't recall trashing any boat.?
     
  5. Luke77

    Luke77 I hope she likes whitefish

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    Speaking of outcast, OSG Approach. Ready, set, go!
     
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    Luke, can you elaborate - what is the OSG approach? Is that a new boat, or a methodology?
     
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    Luke77 I hope she likes whitefish

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    Honestly, I wish I could, but all I know of it, is that it won an award at IFTD/iCAST as best new personal watercraft. I've been scouring the inter-webs daily trying to get any information I can on it. I was hoping one of you could shed some light.
     
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    Luke77 I hope she likes whitefish

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    I received a reply via email from Outcast - it will be a tricked out for fishing Stand up Paddle Board (SUP) using some of the same types of mounts for Scotty accessories as their Stealth Pro. They should be posting some info/pictures in the next week or so.
     
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    Makes sense that Outcast would jump on an ever growing desire for SUP's. I am sure it will be revolutionary. Check out the Creek Company Osprey.
     
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    My local Canoe/Kayaking store says the demand for SUP's is exploding.
     
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    Luke77 I hope she likes whitefish

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    Meh, unimpressed already then. The bandwagon is strong it appears.
     
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    underachiever !

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    Yeah, an SUP isn't gonna cut it for my fishing needs.
     
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    Real men run boulder drop while SUP and fishing tenkara
     
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