Water Master Rock Creek

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  1. sroffe

    sroffe Active Member

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    I've been looking on line at the Water Master Rock Creek, 2 Man, boat.

    http://www.bigskyinflatables.com/Rock_Creek_Two_Man_Raft.html

    I like the one man boats, I have a Wilderness Access, but, I would like to take another person with me some time, perhaps my son.

    Has any body heard any reports on them? Good/Bad?

    Thanks,

    Sam
     
  2. Jason Decker

    Jason Decker Active Member

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    not having a floor could be tough if your son is young like mine
     
  3. Itchy Dog

    Itchy Dog Some call me Kirk Werner

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    I don't know anyone who has one so can't offer any feedback on the Rock Creek specifically. I do love my Kodiak, though. The Rock Creek has an optional removable floor.
     
  4. Zene

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    Sam ... I looked at your pic of the two man Rock Creek and immediately thought of adding a Minn Kota inside the pontoons just behind the front seat for one man lake fishing. Reason: I hate trying to row around and flyfish. It's almost impossible unless you use fins. Seat may have to be re-positioned, but the principle seems sound at a glance. Zene
     

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