I'd like to hear suggestions for an affordable PFD for sit-in kayak fishing. I've read many reviews, but some complain about the lack of bouyancy. I'd appreciate any suggestions from those of you who have actually been in the water with theirs!
Rescue / Throw Bags
Shirts / Tops
Kayak & Canoe Covers
|Table of Contents|
|Messages in this Topic|
Posted by: Big_D on Jul-20-13 8:46 PM (EST)
Posted by: Bernie/cny on Jul-21-13 8:44 AM (EST)
you want in any PFD are comfort and most important one that actually keeps your head up out of the water.That sounds obvious but many designs don't do that.They require you to maintain your position.That might be OK if your conscious and able to do so but if not you will drown.
I have this one...|
Posted by: wolfmanrobby on Sep-06-13 12:40 PM (EST)
This is the one I wear: http://www.walmart.com/ip/13848932?wmlspartner=wlpa&adid=22222222227000386094&wl0=&wl1=g&wl2=c&wl3=14080463110&wl4=&wl5=pla&wl6=34997813710&veh=sem
Posted by: BobbyinBryan on Sep-07-13 5:27 PM (EST)
Where is the back flotation on the one you have now? Is it comfortable for a high-back kayak seat?
Try Them Out!|
Posted by: HiBob on Sep-08-13 11:13 PM (EST)
You absolutly must put on anthing you think you would like to buy.
Posted by: ppine on Oct-28-13 5:43 PM (EST)
Modern PFDs seem to bunch up the flotation to allow for freedom of movement. Many of the backs are bulky and not suitable for a high-backed seat. Look at lifejackets designed for kayaks.
Posted by: sg6 on Jun-03-14 4:18 AM (EST)
MTI, NRS STOLQUIST, a lot of good pfds. Don't go cheap, like anything else, u get what u pay for,
cheaply priced = lack of boyancy......|
Posted by: bigspencer on Jun-22-14 3:29 PM (EST)
Posted by: mmulvey on Jul-22-14 11:35 PM (EST)
spend the extra few bucks (this pfd still comes in under $100) and you won't be disappointed. Front folding zippered pockets (left and right) offer plenty of storage space.