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Force Fin Float Tube

Force Fin Float Tube

Force Fins with our side-supported for stability, adjustable over-the-top, toes-free foot pocket that reduces cramping and leverages power from your strongest kicking muscles. Easy kicking, powerful and fast. Simply lift your foot to activate the SNAP of the blade and let the water accelerate through its split-V shape. Up-curved blade focuses water into thrust, instead of bobbing you up and down as when wearing flat fins. Independently moving wing tips let you fine-tune your position in water with small foot and leg movements- just like the fish. Turned up blade makes them easy to walk in too! Features: Vortex Generators™ - the bumps on the underside of the fin- accelerate water flow and reduce drag. Adjusts to fit over a variety of wading shoes! • Force Fin products are backed by a Force Fin Warranty • Free Shipping --> Facts Fin Blade : Polyurethane, stiffness 87/rebound 78 Colors: Jet Black Foot Pocket: Comfort Instep™ included; brings bouyancy to neutral Foot Pocket Straps : Parachute webbing with easy on, easy off, side-release buckle and keeper. Fin Straps : Parachute webbing with ladder-lock buckle and Comfort Tubing Heel Protector Fin Accessory Option : Tethers to secure against losing a fin (not included) Manufacturers Warranty : 1 year Limited

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Thailand: Don't Supply Prisoners to Fishing Boats End Pervasive Abuse in Fishery Sector

NEW YORK, N.Y. -- The following information was released by Human Rights Watch: It is dangerously irresponsible for the Labor Ministry to urge prisoners to work on board Thailand's notoriously abusive fishing fleets. The Labor Ministry can't even figure out how to inspect such boats, let alone ... (Publication: States News Service)

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Rental Fishing Boat Resorts Still Going Strong in Region

The Spokane region is a hotbed for rental fishing boats, relatively speaking.Anglers heading out Satuday for the opening of Washington's lowland lake trout fishing season can choose from two dozen resorts that rent boats at 16 different fishing lakes in northeastern Washington.Perhaps it's even ... (Publication: The Spokesman-Review (Spokane, WA))

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Modern Fishing Boats Are Loaded with Tech

The Mid Canada Boat show is on now at the RBC Convention Centre.There have been a lot of changes in the industry in recent years. For example, my boat is more than 10 years old and it’s a constant battle keeping the carpet and vinyl clean.That’s why the fishing boat industry has gone away from ... (Publication: Winnipeg Free Press)

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Technology Is Inescapable - Even on a Fishing Boat

I am always amazed at the technology that finds its way into the fishing world. Used to be all you needed to catch a fish was a fishing pole, a reel, some line, a hook and maybe a few worms dug from the garden.Today anglers spend thousands of dollars on their equipment. Now there are $400 fishing ... (Publication: Yakima Herald-Republic)

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Excellent fest for boat and fishing lovers comes to town.(News)

South Africans, young and old, are casting off en masse as sport fishing continues to grow in popularity. Bass fishing currently ranks as the fastest growing form of sport fishing in the country. The best place to catch a good glimpse of the sport of fishing will be the Absa National Boat Show ... (Publication: The Star (South Africa))

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Fishing boats have come a long ways.(The Dallas Morning News)

Byline: Ray Sasser Ray Scott remembers the first time he saw an electric motor mounted on the front end of a fishing boat. Scott, 69, founded Bass Anglers Sportsman Society and popularized the concept of bass fishing tournaments. As far as anyone knows, the first bass tournament was organized in ... (Publication: Knight Ridder/Tribune News Service)

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