One of the reasons I bought the 4wd Mercedes Sprinter Van Conversion was so that I could tow a 3500 lb boat and still camp. The other major reason I bought the Revel 4×4 is that I could park the 19 foot van in a regular parking space. The latter is less achievable with a 20 foot boat in tow. The boat solution was solved with the largest portaboat that would fit on the side of the van. A 12 ft portaboat is twice as stable as an 8 ft portaboat. I ordered a custom side rack for the boat from Vertirack
I also like to fish lakes and ponds with a pontoon boat or float tube. I found the best way to transport them is to strap them to the back of the van.
OhaaAnd let not forget Pyramid Lake Ladders.
2 thoughts on “Synabego – Boats, Tubes and Pontoons”
Been a long while since we fished for Shad up at Orland. Hope all is going well for you.
How did the Sadden work out. Looks like you have a standard float tube on your new truck.
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Please tell me about your take on the Porta boat. I am a Flyfisher at San Luis and use a 10 foot Klamath Jon boat. It is a phenomenal piece of equipment with a 150 lb price tag on my body for lugging around. Tight lines always.