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FoldCat Inflatable Boats

Trevor Kugler

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How would you like to get to more spots than you had previously imagined? How would you like to save a ton of money over traditional gas guzzling boats? How would you like to float and/or fish a river in the most convenient way imaginable? And how would you like to do any of these things with a boat that literally fits in the trunk of your car or back of your truck? If you answered yes to any of these question, the FoldCat 325 or 375 inflatable boat is for you.

Most inflatable pontoon boats have a huge, metal frame with a lot of parts. The FoldCat features a unique, patent pending Folding Frame design that can be assembled in just minutes. The FoldCat has a full floor so you have far more useable space than most inflatable fishing boats. This allows you to carry more fishing tackle and supplies than ordinary pontoon boats. There is plenty of room for your gang hooks and other fishing gear on a FoldCat inflatable boat. A FoldCat even offers rod holders for those of you who want to do some slow trolling.

Imagine floating down your favorite river, enjoying all the beauty that nature has to offer, then stopping if you so choose, to fish a nice riffle. Or maybe rowing across your favorite small lake to that ‘secret’ spot that only you are aware of? The FoldCat inflatable boat offers the opportunity to do all of these things and more.

Imagine the convenience of carrying your boat in your vehicle? Not towing it behind your vehicle or strapping to your vehicle somehow. No, I'm referring to carrying your boat in your vehicle, and then just taking a couple of minutes to inflate it when you need it. What could be simpler that this? It takes longer to launch a traditional gas guzzling boat and park the vehicle and trailer than it does to simply inflate a FoldCat.

If your considering a pontoon boat for your fishing, boating, hunting, or just plain old relaxing needs a FoldCat is the pontoon boat for you. If you like spending time on lakes and larger rivers, a small motor can even be mounted to a FoldCat. That way you won't have to paddle yourself all day long. FoldCat's are the easiest and most convenient way to get from here to there on the water.

Trevor Kugler - Co-founder of

Trevor has more than 20 years of fishing experience, and raises his three year old daughter in the heart of trout fishing country. . . . Montana.

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