Maxxon PT-9 Pontoons review by TBP

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    Lee Arbach TBP
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    The Maxxon PT-9 Pontoon Cataraft – Often used for fishing – Frame NOT included

    For complete Maxxon information see the descriptions for the 14′ & 16′ sizes (the P14 and P16), but also note the differences mentioned on the P9′s in the next paragraph.

    Maxxon PT-9 Pontoon Cataraft uses a chafe patch on the bottom of their tubes like the rowing frame chafer on top. The little P9′s (9′ X 15″, 28 pounds per pair; $599) have 3 small D-rings on each side of each tube and are flatter than the 10′ and 12′ tubes shown in the photo. They are single chamber tubes intended for milder water, and the small D-rings could fail if you tried to secure a big river frame to them. Some of the P-9′s we have had here were also made with the standard 1100 denier material of Maxxon’s marine line rather than the 2200 denier that all the other cat tubes use. So again, not really a whitewater product.

    This listing is for the Maxxon PT-9 Pontoon Cataraft tubes ONLY, not the entire set-up shown. The tubes in the photo are actually eight footer’s rather than the nine’s, but the nine’s look nearly identical. Colors include blue, grey, and sometimes red on this size. We are not really a fly fishing merchant, so this size is one that we do not normally carry on hand. Normally delivery time is usually anywhere from the same number of days to your address, or in the worst case one to two extra days.

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