View Full Version : WTB or WTT for a fishing pontoon or kayak that will hold 375lbs

04-18-2012, 12:28 PM
Hey guys and gals, I am looking to buy or trade for one or two fishing pontoons or kayaks. I have roughly six hundred dollars, an xbox360 with MW3, a wriedt boat with a 454 olds and a berkley jet drive, (boat was given to me in decent condition but useless for my purposes), and a guitar, all that I am willing to part with. If you know anyone or have one that you want to get rid of please let me know :)

The Lone Fisherman
04-18-2012, 03:51 PM
I have a blem 2010 yellow Malibu Stealth 12 fish and dive model. Includes seat & paddle, $500. I got it brand new and was only used twice in the first month it was bought. It's been sitting in my garage ever since.

unreal toad
04-18-2012, 04:01 PM
Loose weight and get a smaller pontoon!

04-18-2012, 08:26 PM
Loose weight and get a smaller pontoon!

wow really??

04-18-2012, 09:04 PM
your mom likes me big :LOL:

05-09-2012, 04:23 PM
Selling my setup that holds up to 500lbs. Great little package let me know:


05-10-2012, 01:23 AM
You might want to look at Dave Scadden (North Fork Outdoors). These are top of the line, lightweight with large weight capacity. They come with a lifetime warranty.

Other than that, I would suggest you try out some sit-on-top kayaks and see if you like them. They are all different, some tippy (I don't like tippy), some so stable you can stand up on them, they all track differently and how they track is important. If you go the kayak route, it's better to have a lightweight paddle. A good paddle makes all the difference.

I used to have a Wilderness Systems Ride, then sold it and went with a Malibu Extreme, sold that and so forth and so on.

You didn't say where you want to fish, ocean? freshwater?

Motor, no motor? Electric, gas? Some things to think about.