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9.8' Inflatable Mini Raft MRF300

$449.00
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MSRP: $898.00  
MRF300
$39.00
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Saturn 9.8' Mini Fishing Raft MRF300.

Small, two person inflatable fishing raft for ponds, rivers, lakes and bays. Easy to row and can go nice with small 55lbs electric trolling motor. Comes with high pressure drop stitch air floor that is strong enough to stand on it. Beach chair can be installed inside boat instead of aluminum bench for additional comfort when fishing. Comes with hand pump.

Details:

  • Same heavy-duty 1100 Denier PVC as in SATURN boats & rafts.
  • Length - 9.10'
  • Width - 4.5'
  • Tube diameter - 14"
  • Inside width - 25"
  • Weight - 52lbs
  • Air chambers - 2 + 1
  • Air deck floor thickness - 4"
  • Marine grade plywood transom with a one way drain plug.
  • Included: hand pump, 2 benches, set of oars and carry bag.

Videos of fishing MotoRaft MRF300

Quick Tip: If you are worried about the air floor being accidentally punctured by sharp gear or fishing hooks, you can get a piece of vinyl flooring from a local hardware store that can be cut out to fit inside the boat over the floor.

Shipping Size:
35x23x12"
Shipping Weight:
65 lbs
Inflation time:
up to 5 min.
Material:
1100 Denier PVC
Overall Length:
9.1'
Overall Width:
4.5'
Interior Width:
25"
Tube Diameter:
14"
Air Chambers:
2 + 1
Floor Type:
air deck
Weight:
52 lbs
Person Capacity:
2 + 1
Weight Capacity:
750 lbs
Engine Capacity:
3.5HP

Follow up from my initial review.
I've been out to the lake now for several trips and many bass caught.
Mark III rig:
- Suzuki DF2 2.5HP 4 stroke out board (short shaft) (this will eventually be upgraded to mercury 3.5HP)
- 3PC plywood floor w/ indoor/outdoor carpet
- swivel chair on telescopic pedestal (rear floor section)
- center console/grab bar (find in BTG accessories tab) with milk crate stacked on top mounted to wood floor (middle floor section)
- lowrance fish finder & smart phone attached to center console (with RAM mounts)
- transducer arm mounted to oarlock with (with RAM transducer arm & claw)(this still requires a little tweaking but works well enough)
-4 upright rod holders mounted to crate + 2 swivel/angle rod holders also mounted to crate (6 total rod holders)

I must say, I'm very impressed with this raft! It stays rock solid all day, no pressure loss issues. I've bashed this thing in all kinds of tight places and scraped on rocks, this thing is heavy duty and I've got a heavy load out that I put on it. I always feel safe and secure, I crawl all over this thing! I really like that I'm able to fit a to fit a large tackle box, a large tackle bag, a small cooler, and a live bait cooler (for crappies) and up to 4 rods, (in the upright holders) though i usually only take 2 or 3 rods, and a net. Best part is I can still stand in the bow of the boat without being crowded, and I'm very stable and steady. I can flip jigs, throw my wacky, crank, jerk, anything. I can fish all types of baits with ease standing in the bow of the boat, love it. Or I can use my swivel rod holders and troll or vertically jig for crappies. Extremely versatile craft. I would take this boat over any of the higher end fishing kayaks, any day of the week. I can get into all of the same tight spots, and then some my outboard gives me ability to get through and hold in fast moving water and more treacherous conditions that a kayak simply cant handle.
Last but not least, I can strap this thing inflated to the top of my toyota corolla or subaru outback, with husky straps + all of my gear mentioned above fits in either vehicle. I have no trailer! Then, in then end, it rolls up and stores in my guest room closet. You just cant beat it, really good value. Will post photos soon from next lake trip.

Received my new MRF300 Mini raft. Looking forward to getting this out to the lake. I've built my set up, proper and I'm satisfied with the fishing machine I've created (Mark I version) However deflating and folding has been quite a chore, I'm in this process now...I've read the FAQ regarding, and followed the process to the letter, but I haven't been successful in folding, rolling it up....been trying at this for the last couple of hours. I know this is a newer product by Saturn, but an instructional set up/break down video for this product would be most appreciated. Hence only 4 stars. However more feed back to come after my first excursion in a few weeks.
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