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1 newby from PA. on Thu Jun 27, 2013 4:30 pm

doublebeard


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Hey everyone! enjoy the site, been reading the posts trying to figure out what i should buy. I'm looking at the ODC 420 or the cumberland for me but i have two young boys 13 and 8. not sure what to get them. we do alot of camping in state parks and the lakes are small, listed as non power boats allowed(trolling motor or paddle only). Good fishing to all...Thanks

2 Re: newby from PA. on Thu Jun 27, 2013 4:56 pm

.:LOLLY:.

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Welcome to the boards. I started off on the Caddis Navigator before upgrading to the Cumberland. I would recommend the Caddis as a beginner and it has two bladders!

3 Re: newby from PA. on Thu Jun 27, 2013 6:14 pm

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Looks like you have a good track on what you want personally. Either tube is a good choice. Lots of users on this forum use one or the other. I would think the boys would be just fine starting out in the Caddis models. They have been making decent tubes for a long time. Happy to see you here and will be willing to share what I know.

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4 Re: newby from PA. on Thu Jun 27, 2013 6:23 pm

doublebeard


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Thanks for the info guy's. I think the boys will enjoy this, they love to fish. Just one other question about the caddis, do all caddis have two bladders?

5 Re: newby from PA. on Thu Jun 27, 2013 8:27 pm

bassfishing24/7

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Thanks for the info guy's. I think the boys will enjoy this, they love to fish. Just one other question about the caddis, do all caddis have two bladders?
Welcome first & not all caddis r dual bladder.the nevada is a single U shape but it does have an extra smaller bladder for the back rest.idk if u would consider that multiple bladders?....its still a good starter tube imo.i had one & used it in the salt w no issues.

6 Re: newby from PA. on Thu Jun 27, 2013 9:51 pm

TheAsianGuy

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Welcome to the forum.

Since you're getting ODC 420, get it all for you when you see a deal. Best to have a nice budgeted tubes to handle the abuses for the long haul.

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