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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-24-2008, 11:15 AM
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Water Master Kodiak

Hello,
I am trying to buy a boat and the Watermaster Kodiak looks really awesome for all around use as well as for longer week long float trips on remote wilderness rivers. ( IE South Fork of the Flathead ) Does anyone have any input or experience with this boat?


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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-24-2008, 02:33 PM
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They're great rafts. I use a grizzly and my buddy has a Kodiak. You'll have to pack judiciously for a week-long float, but you can do it. I much prefer them to the pontoon variety watercraft and recommend them without reservation.
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I`ve only had mine on stillwater and really love it for that. I need to get it in some white water on a warm summer day and see what it will handle.

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most versatile

The Watermasters are the most versatile personal craft on the Market...and the safest. I have 4,One being a Two person for myself and my wife.
I have had these vessels on all water conditions,Salt,Lakes and Rivers to Class 4..
Enjoy
And great to cast Two Handers from
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WM Grizzly here

Caihlen,

I haven't used a Kodiak. I have the smaller Grizzly model, and wouldn't hesitate to use it on multi-day float trips. It will handle rougher water than I'm willing to attempt. Stashes away in float planes better than rafts that require a rowing frame.

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