Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Friday, October 3, 2008

Ultimate Adventurer Power Fishmerman

Doc Lynn, owner of NuCanoe Dealer Unique Yaks in Tampa, FL, unveiled a customized NuCanoe model at the Florida Sportsmen Show in Tampa, FL that has everything a Florida angler could want. Remote-controlled motor, solar battery charger, bimini top, anchors, and more...now that's fishing in style! The full specs are below.



The Ultimate Adventurer Power Fisherman comes rigged with:
  • Bimini Top
  • Fish Finder/Depth Finder
  • Sport Box
  • Captain's Seat
  • 2 Ram Rod Holders
  • Standing Grab Rail
  • Bow to Stern Anchor Trolley with 3 lb anchor
  • Paddle Strap
  • Stake out pole
  • Stake out Pole Strap
  • Super Battery Pack (AGM 12v extreme deep cycle marine battery, AGM onboard charger, 3watt solar charger)
  • Minn Kota 55lb Riptide Remote Control Motor with Carbon Fiber Quick Release Bracket for easy removal.
  • Price $3499

Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Stealth Duck Fighter

The NuCanoe Waterfowler equipped with a Hands-Free trolling motor kit makes for a super stealthy duck boat.







Monday, September 29, 2008

NuCanoe Swivel Seats

Here are a few photos of another development project: Swivel seats for the NuCanoe.

NuCanoe + Torqeedo = Making Waves

We have the opportunity to test out a Torqeedo trolling motor with the NuCanoe...and have a little fun at the same time. The Torqeedo 801 Travel motor offers 2hp in a portable unit weighing less than 30lbs - including the lithium ion battery.

Put the Torqeedo motor on the NuCanoe and you'll just about be flying. If you're looking to get upstream in a river quickly, or cover a long distance in a short amount of time, this is the motor for you.






Monday, July 14, 2008

Rocking the Nooksack

Paddling the Nooksack River on July 12, 2008 near Glacier, WA. The river is rated Class II in this section - read about it on the AmericanWhitewater.org.

The NuCanoe performed great! It was very stable and maneuverable, even in the fast water. When going through sections of big rapids, the NuCanoe did take on water, sometimes a lot. But that didn't cause any problems. Another benefit is that the NuCanoe is bouyant and floats upsidedown...so even if the paddler falls out and the NuCanoe tips over, you can still climb on and paddle your way to shore.

Overall, a great day. Getting into Class II water has its inherent risks, but the NuCanoe performs well and is very maneuverable. On the Class I & unrated sections, it was a relaxing comfortable float down the river.

Blake @ NuCanoe




Monday, June 2, 2008

A Happy Anniversary with a NuCanoe

From a customer of Eagle Creek Kayaks in Zionsville, IN. She bought her parents a 12' Desert Sand NuCanoe for their Anniversary.

Marc,

A picture of my parents with their NuCanoe. They were shock needless to say. It even brought tears to my father's eyes when we drove in Saturday with it on Memorial Day weekend, and believe me that is not something that comes easily. But both were elated to receive their Anniversary gift. They took it out today on Lake Wausau, which is a sizable lake along with many other boat enthusiasts on such a lovely day, and my mother said she felt very secure in it and my father said that that even in the motor boats' wake the NuCanoe was very stable, and he kept wanting the motor boats to bring on more! I want to thank you for all your efforts in making this dream possible for them.

Lisa from Wisconsin

Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Paddling down the Skagit River

The river was high and moving swiftly, adding to the fun of an afternoon float down the Skagit River in Northwest Washington. The weather was great, and the NuCanoes made the trip as relaxing and enjoyable as could be.




Tuesday, May 27, 2008

From On The Water Sports in Salem, OR

Here are some photos from our Premier Dealer in Salem, OR - On The Water Sports.

Kayak Instructors from Agate Bay & Depoe Bay demo'ing the NuCanoe at Yaquina Bay (they had good things to say about their NuCanoe demo!):




Options for Transporting your NuCanoe(s) in a Pickup Truck:

Monday, May 12, 2008

NuCanoe Review from Tennessee

"Well, I have had my 10' NuCanoe for about 2 months now and have not had it out as much as I would like, but, the times that I have had it out, were great! I really like my NuCanoe! Very stable and fun to paddle and fish from. It paddles very easily up stream as well as on open bodies of water. You have a great product here and I know that I have probably sold a couple locally just from other people seeing it on the water and asking questions. Job well done with this boat. I would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a river/lake boat that is easy to load/unload, very stable, very easy to paddle with a double paddle, very comfortable and just plain fun."

W. Patterson - Tennessee

Family Fishing Fun

"We love our Nucanoe! Took the kids out to Lake Padden on Sunday and Julian caught this sweet 14" Rainbow trout. This boat is so stable that I can take my kids out in it without any worries about tipping--even when my rowdy 6 yr old forgets he's in a small boat and stands up/moves around. You can't do that in a regular canoe. Plus I can load/unload it myself out of the pickup truck, so can get out fishing with just the kids and me. This boat was truly made for taking kids fishing."

Thank you.

Best regards,
Noah Booker

Monday, April 7, 2008

NuCanoe Rowing on Lake Union

The NuCanoe Rower received a thorough test on the weekend. A 10' NuCanoe and 12' NuCanoe, both equipped with the rowing outriggers and 7' oars, took to Lake Union in Seattle, WA on a breezy Saturday afternoon. And it was excellent! The NuCanoes cut through the water with ease, track well even in rough conditions, and provide great stability. An enjoyable afternoon for all!