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Spinning Rod & Reel Combos

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Baitcast Rod & Reel Combos

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Hard Bait - Crankbait

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Spinnerbait

Strike King Bleeding Spinnerbait - Willow
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Powerbait

 

Berkley PowerBait Crappie Nibbles, Chartreuse
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The Russian River and Lake Sonoma are summer resort areas surrounded by hundreds of  wineries in Sonoma and Mendocino Counties. The Russian River is popular for canoeing, fishing, tubing, river activities, fishing, beaches and camping. Fishing is usually good throughout the year. The main resort towns on the river are Guerneville, Healdsburg and Cloverdale. The Russian River has been very popular since the early 1970s for popular family fun, wine tasting, great restaurants, and the outdoors.

 

Lake Sonoma • Fun in the Sun

Resorts & Marinas

KOA Camping Resort
707-894-3337  •  800-368-4558
1166 Asti Ridge Road,
Cloverdale, CA 95425
GPS Lat 38.7753N Long 122.9638W
  Lake Sonoma Resort
707-433-2200  or  707-526-7272
100 Marina Drive,
Lake Sonoma CA 95448
Riverbend Resort
707-887-7662

11820 River Road,
Forestville CA  95436
   
 

RV Parks & Camping

Boat-in Camping at Lake Sonoma
707-433-9483
3333 Skaggs Springs Road,
Geyserville CA 95441-9644
  Dutcher Creek RV Park & Campgrounds
707-894-4829
230 Theresa Drive,
Cloverdale, CA 95425
Liberty Glen Campground
707-
431-4533
3333 Skaggs Springs Road,
Geyserville, CA 95441
   
Wine Country RV Park Sonoma Grove
707-795-9333
7450 Cristobal Way,
Rohnert Park, CA 94928
   
 

RV Parks & Campgrounds  ( near Lake Sonoma )

Camp Outback, The
707-869-3102
16101 Neeley Road,
Guerneville CA 95445
  Casini Ranch RV Park & Campgrounds
800-451-8400
22855 Moscow Road,
Duncan's Mills CA 95430
Cloverdale KOA Camping Resort
707-894-3337
1166 Asti Ridge Road,
Cloverdale, CA

Lat 38.77553N  Long 122.96380W
  Dutcher Creek RV Park & Campgrounds
707-894-4829
230 Theresa Drive,
Cloverdale, CA 95425
Hilton Park Family Campground
707-887-9206
10750 River Road,
Forestville CA 95436
  Johnson's Beach Campground
707-869-2022
First and Church Street,
Guerneville CA
95446
Lake Sonoma Campgrounds
707-433-2200
1000 Skaggs Springs Road,
Geyserville, CA 95441
  Mirabel Trailer Park
707-887-2383
8400 River Road,
Forestville  CA
River Bend Resort
707-887-7662
11820 River Road,
Forestville, CA 95436
  Petaluma Family KAO
800-562-1233
20 Rainsville Road,
Petaluma, CA 94952
Schoolhouse Canyon Campgrounds
707-869-2311
12600 River Road,
Guerneville CA 95445
  Sonoma County Fairgrounds RV Park
707-293-8410
1350 Bennett Valley Road,
Santa Rosa, CA 95402
Windsorland RV Park
707-838-4882
9290 Old Redwood Hwy,
Windsor, CA 95492
   
For additional Sonoma County RV Parks & Campgrounds links click here.

Restaurants » Cloverdale ǀ Geyserville ǀ Windsor ǀ Healdsburg

Cloverdale

Aztec Grill
707-984-5979
1165 S Cloverdale Blvd.,
Cloverdale, CA 95425
  Eagles Nest Deli
707-894-9290
133 N Cloverdale Blvd.,
Cloverdale, CA 95425
Hamburger Ranch & BBQ
707-894-5616
31195 N Redwood Hwy.,
Cloverdale, CA 95425
  La Hacienda
707-894-9365
134 N Cloverdale Blvd.,
Cloverdale, CA 95425
Los Girasoles Restaurant
707-984-0100
512 N Cloverdale Blvd.,
Cloverdale, CA 95425
  Papa's Pizza Cafe
707-894-4453
117 E 1st Street,
Cloverdale, CA 95425
Piacere Restaurant
707-984-0885
504 N Cloverdale Blvd.,
Cloverdale, CA 95425
   
 

Geyserville

Catellis Restaurant
707-857-3471
21047 Geyserville Avennue,
Geyserville, CA 95441
  Diavola Pizzaria
707-814-0111
2102 Geyserville Avennue,
Geyserville, CA 95441
Francis Coppola Winery
707-857-4100  •  877-590-3329
300 Via Archimedes,
Geyserville, CA 95441
  Hoffman House Cafe
707-857-3264  Fax: 707-857-4904
21712 Geyserville Road,
Geyserville CA 95441
Main Street Station - Ristorante-Cabaret-Pizzeria
707-869-0501
16280 Main Street,
Geyserville CA
95441
   

 

Windsor

Applebees
(707) 836-0642
8931 Brooks Road South,
Windsor
, CA 95492
  Burger King
(707) 838-8254
6351 Hembree Lane,
Windsor, CA 95492
El Farolito Mexican Restaurant
(707) 838-9511
8465 Old Redwood Hwy,
Windsor,
CA 
95492
  Johnny Garlic's Windsor
(707) 836-8300
8988 Brooks Road S,
Windsor, CA 95492
KC’s Downtown Grill
(707) 838-7800
9501 Duvander Lane,
Windsor, CA 95492
  McDonalds
(707) 836-7490
6653 Hembree Lane,
Windsor, CA 95492
Round Table
(707) 838-8558
8499 Old Redwood Hwy,
Windsor, CA
  Starbucks Coffee
(707) 837-0432
1001 McClelland Drive,
Windsor,
CA 95492
Subway
(707) 838-8735
8790 Lakewood Drive,
Windsor, CA 95492
   
 

Healdsburg

Bear Republic Brewing Co.
707-433-2337
345 Healdsburg Avenue,
Healdsburg,
CA 95448
  Big John's Market
707-433-7151
1345 Healdsburg Avenue,
Healdsburg, CA 95448
C K House Chinese Restaurant
707-433-4122
336 Healdsburg Avenue,
Healdsburg, CA
  Denman's Delicatessen & Wine Shop
707-433-5529
177 Dry Creek Road,
Healdsburg, CA 95448
El Farolito Mexican Restaurant
707-433-2807
128 Plaza Street,
Healdsburg, CA 954488
  Giorgio's Restaurant
707-433-1106
25 Grant Avenue,
Healdsburg, CA 95448
For Russian River restaurants click here.

Recreation

Activities
  • Boating
  • Camping
  • Day Use Parks & Recreation Areas
  • Fishing
  • Hiking, Horseback Riding, Mountain Biking
  • Picnicking
  • Recreation
  • Visitor Center
  • Water Sports

Boating & Launch Areas

Explore the many coves on the 2,700 surface acres of water by canoe, sailboat or motorboat. Water skiing is allowed only in the areas designated on a map.

Boat launching ($3 launching fee) is provided at the public boat ramp on the west end of Warm Springs Bridge, and at Yorty Creek Recreation Area off Hot Springs Road (car top only). The marina is located off Stewarts Point Road and offers a boat ramp, boat slips, boat rentals and other services at a fee.

Information on fees and other questions regarding the marina may be obtained by phoning the Lake Sonoma Resort at (707) 433-2200. The Warm Springs arm is subject to closure due to fluctuating water levels.

Boating laws are enforced by the Corps rangers and the Sonoma County Sheriff.
 
Launch Areas
Lake Sonoma Resort, Yorty Creek Recreation Area, and a public boat ramp west end of Warm Springs Bridge.
 

Liberty Glen Campground

Whether you prefer the seclusion offered by primitive boat-in camp sites, or the convenience of a campsite in a developed campground, Lake Sonoma is for you.

Boat-in Campsite are situated near the lake. Nine of these primitive sites are also accessible by the hiking and equestrian trails. Back country camp permits are required and are obtained at the Visitor Center.


Lake Sonoma's Liberty Glen Campground contains 113 individual campsites and two group camp areas for recreational vehicles and tent campers. The campsites are available on a first come, first served basis. Reservations are required for use of the group camp area and handicapped access sites.
To further your enjoyment, there are eight primitive campgrounds along the trail system. The campgrounds are available on a first-come, first-served basis, and campers must obtain a back country camping permit at the Visitor Center. There is no potable water at these sites.

No camping is allowed outside these camp grounds. All campgrounds have restrooms, tables, grills and tent pads. You should carry your own water since the water you find along the trails is not drinkable. Washing your dishes. - or yourself - in springs, streams or the lake is not permitted.

At this time no water is available at Liberty Glen. In addition, the dump station, showers and restrooms are closed. Chemical vault toilets are available for your convenience. Campers should check in at the entrance station to Liberty Glen. Call to verify the water situation.

 
Drive-In Camping
Liberty Glen Campground has 97 campsites for RV's and tent campers; however, no electrical or water hook-ups are available. Campsite amenities include picnic tables, fire rings, and lantern holders and firewood is available for sale during summer months. Kids will enjoy the campfire programs and other special events frequently done on summer weekends. Trail users have easy access to the Lake's trail system. Universally accessible campsites are available for the disabled. Sorry, at this time no water is available at Liberty Glen. In addition, our dump station, showers and restrooms are closed. Chemical vault toilets are available for your convenience. Campers should check in at the entrance station to Liberty Glen.
 
Reservations
Campsites are available through reservation by calling the National Recreation Reservation Service (NRRS) at their toll-free number, (877) 444-6777, or visit their website at www.reserveamerica.com. Be sure to specify "California" as the state, and Boat-In Sites for the primitive boat-in/hike-in campsites. Sorry, individual and double campsites at Liberty Glen are available only on a first come, first served basis. For the two group campsites, please call Ranger Mike Atchison at 707-431-4533.
For additional Sonoma County RV Park & Campground links click here.
 

Day Use Facilities

Warm Springs Recreation Area
This day use area is located at Lake Sonoma, just a 45 minute drive north of Santa Rosa and a 2 hour drive from San Francisco. There are 6 large group picnic areas and smaller individual family picnic tables. Sport areas are available for 2 sand volleyball courts and a large play area for football, baseball, or other field sport. A small playground with tire swing, slides and climbing structures is also present.

Group picnic sites are available through reservation by calling the toll-free National Recreation Reservation Service (NRRS) at 1-877-444-6777 or visit the website at www.recreation.gov.

 

Yorty Creek Recreation Area
A nice family area for picnicking, swimming, bank fishing, and picnics, Yorty Creek is located far up the Dry Creek arm and can be accessed by car from the city of Cloverdale. Facilities include chemical toilets, free sheltered picnic areas, a car-top boat launch (no trailers allowed), and a swim beach.

Yorty Creek is managed as a day use area. Boat-in campers wishing to launch and park overnight at Yorty Creek must check in with the visitor center and obtain a parking permit to avoid receiving a citation. Swim at your own risk, as there is no lifeguard on duty and please keep an eye on your children.

 
Austin Creek State Recreation Area
Twenty miles of hiking and riding trails make it easy to explore and enjoy this wild and scenic area. Though the 5,683-acre park is close to urban development, its rugged topography gives a sense of isolation from the hustle and bustle of civilization. Elevations within the park range from 150 feet above sea level to almost 1,900 feet on Marble Mine Ridge. For more information, call California State Parks at 707-869-2015 or 707-865-2391.
 
Armstrong Redwood State Natural Reserve

Visitor center, outdoor amphitheater, nature trails and picnic facilities. The Colonel Armstrong Tree is over 1400 years old. Open daily 8:00am until one hour after sunset. 17020 Armstrong Woods Road, Guerneville, CA 95446 - 707-869-2015.


 

Fishing

Trees have been left in the upper stretches of Warm Springs Creek and Dry Creek in order to provide an underwater habitat for various species of fish. As a result, the lake provides some of the best bass fishing in the state. Game fish also include Sacramento perch, channel catfish and redear sunfish. For information about special provisions and limits, please refer to the latest copy of the California Fishing Regulations.
 
Game Fish
Trout, largemouth & smallmouth Bass, catfish, and panfish, ( Sacramento perch, redear sunfish, green sunfish and bluegill ).
 

Fishing Methods & Bait

Rainbow Trout
There is a small native population of trout within Lake Sonoma. The trout are holdovers from the steelhead that used to migrate up Dry Creek before the lake was formed. The best time to catch rainbows is in the spring near the feeder creeks leading into the lake. In the latter part of summer and into the fall months, the trout can be found deep in front of the Warm Springs Dam.
Trollers pull lures such as minnows, needlefish and crankbaits throughout the year.
 
Bass: (largemouth, smallmouth)
Lake Sonoma has been managed into an excellent warm-water fishery. Trees were left standing in the arms of the lake to provide ideal habitat for game fish when the lake was formed in 1983, after the completion of the Warm Springs Dam.

In 1987, the Department of Fish and Game stocked the lake with threadfin shad. The shad have flourished and they are now the primary forage fish for the bass.

The smallmouth bass do very in Lake Sonoma also, with the Largemouth doing even better. Reports of Smallmouth bass being caught in the 4 pound range.

The best areas to try for largemouth are in the forks of the lake. The upper reaches of Yorty Creek, Cherry Creek, Warm Spring and in the Dry Creek Arm are the most productive areas. Smallmouth bass can be found along the face of the dam, where hungry fish are chasing shad up against the rip-rap along the shore.

Like most lakes, bass fishing at Sonoma is best during the spring months, but fish can be caught most anytime of the year. In the summer months the fishing gets tougher as the fish spent most of the daylight hours in deep water. Anglers use pig-n-jigs and plastic grubs to get to fish that are down as much as 45 feet. In the early morning and late evening hours, the bass move up to start feeding. Top-water techniques with Pop R's, Zara Spooks and buzzbaits entice fish into striking. Fall months can provide as good of fishing as an angler will find in the spring-time. Fishermen using spinnerbaits, Berkley Power Baits and Berkley Power Worms, and shad colored plastic worms and plastic grubs in the the trees will have the best success. The bass tend to hold anywhere from 0 to 20 feet this time of year.

 
Catfish: (channel)
You'll find catfish, after the water warms up. Use
nightcrawlers, anchovy or chicken livers in the coves, and on shallow sloping banks. Fishing at night is the best time since the cats do most of their feeding during the evening hours.
 
Panfish: ( Sacramento perch, redear sunfish, green sunfish and bluegill )
There's a good population of red ear sunfish in Lake Sonoma. These tasty panfish can be found most anywhere in the lake. Fishing red worms under a bobber will most often produce fish. Other preferred baits are minnows, nightcrawlers, and mealworms. Artificial baits such as panfish and jigs
should do well.
 

Must Have Anglers' Tools

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» Booyah Double Willow Counter Strike Spinnerbait

» Mepps Trouter Kit - Hot Aglia Assortment

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» Berkley Trilene Big Game Monofilament Custom Spool

» Ushoppingcart Fishing Line to Hook Clip Connector Swivels

» South Bend Fishing Landing Net 18 Handle 24 Deep Net

» Eagle Claw Baitholder Hooks Snelled Bronze & Red Size 12-2

» Eagle Claw 78 Pc. Split Shot Sinker Assortment Dial-A-Box

» Berkley 46-Inch Chain Stringer

» South Bend Fishing Landing Net 18 Handle 24 Deep Net

» Plano ProLatch StowAway Utility Boxes

» Plano Large 3-Tray with Top Access Tackle Box

 

Bag Limits

  • Trout: Open season all year. Limit: five trout.
  • Bass: Open season all year. Limit: five bass. Minimum length: 12 inches
  • Catfish: Open season all year. Limit: no limit
  • Sunfish: Open season all year. Limit: no limit
Fishing regulations can change annually. Check with the California Sport Fishing Regulations for current changes.


Sport Fishing Regulations or
California Department of Fish & Game
916-227- 2245

 
Hiking, Horseback Riding, Mountain Biking
More than 40 miles of trails welcome hikers, horseback riders and mountain bikers to Lake Sonoma, a 17,615 acre park 13 miles northwest of Healdsburg.

The trails provide access to hard-to-reach areas of the park. Passing through shady woodlands of oak, alder, bay and madrone, over sweeping grasslands and into redwood groves, the trails open onto impressive panoramas of the lake and surrounding hills. You will see a variety of wildlife including deer, jackrabbits and many birds. You may even be rewarded with glimpses of the rare peregrine falcons that nest here. For hints on what, where and how to look for wildlife and plant life, stop by the Visitor Center near the park entrance and talk to a ranger.
 
Picnicking
Picnic sites are located throughout the park for daytime enjoyment. Fires are permitted only in those barbecues provided. Groups may reserve two Group Picnic Areas located near the Park Headquarters. Yorty Creek Recreation Area picnic sites are located near the park's swim beach.
 
Water Sports
Boating, Water Skiing, Canoeing, Sail-boating and Fishing.
 

Lake Information

Nestled in the beautiful coastal foothills of Sonoma County, California, Lake Sonoma is surrounded by world famous vineyards and land that is rich in history. Created by the construction of Warm Springs Dam in 1983, the lake provides for flood control, irrigation and recreation. When full, the lake has a surface area of more than 2,700 acres and 50 miles of shoreline, forming the perfect setting for a wealth of recreational activities.
 
Lake Sonoma is about 45 minutes north of Santa Rosa, only minutes from downtown Healdsburg and a 2-hour drive from San Francisco. The lake boasts almost 100 boat-in sites for all to enjoy. All boat-in sites are located on various portions of the lake. Visitors have the option of selecting campgrounds that are close to the ski zones of the lake, or selecting a more secluded region for fishing or swimming. Boaters who wish to sleep on their boats for camping may anchor anywhere within the park if they have anchor lights; however, if they tie up to shore, they must be at one of the designated campgrounds. The park typically has cool, foggy, wet winters with hot, dry summers. Temperatures average in the high 90s during the summer with short periods over 100 degrees.
 

Location

Lake Sonoma is located 10 miles from Healdsburg at 4200 Skaggs Springs Road, Geyserville, CA 95441-9644  707-431-4590. See directions below. GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude): Lat. 38.70833, Lon.123.0
 

Visitors Center

Located at the park entrance, the Milt Brandt Visitor Center is your source for information about the park. Exhibits explain the cultural and natural history of the Dry Creek Valley. Campfire programs, Junior Rangers, water safety programs, and tours of the fish hatchery are some of the audiovisual and ranger-led programs offered at the visitor center. Call the Visitor Center staff for more information at (707) 431-4533. Hours of operation vary, so please call ahead to check days and times of operation.
 

Grocery Stores

Lake Sonoma Resort
707-433-2200  or  707-526-7272
100 Marina Drive,
Lake Sonoma CA 95448
  Oakville Grocery
707-466-3200
124 Matheson Street,
Healdsburg CA
95448

 

Directions

Directions from San Francisco to Lake Sonoma
Take the 101 North to the Dry Creek Road exit. (Drive time: one and half hours). At the bottom of the exit make a left onto Dry Creek Road. Take Dry Creek Road about 12 miles continuing straight through both stop signs. Dry Creek Road turns into Skaggs Springs Road where Lake Sonoma is located.

Directions from Ukiah to Lake Sonoma
Take the 101 South to the Dutcher Creek Road exit. (Drive time: one hour). At the bottom of the Dutcher Creek Road exit make a right. When you come to the stop sign make a left onto Dutcher Creek Road. At the end of Dutcher Creek Road, make a right onto Dry Creek Road. Dry Creek Road turns into Skaggs Springs Road where Lake Sonoma is located.

Reservations For
Lake Sonoma Campgrounds
3333 Skaggs Springs Road
Geyserville, Ca 95441
707-433-9483
http://www.spn.usace.army.mil/lakesonoma

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)
Lat. 38.70833, Long.123.0

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Coleman Evanston 6-Person Tent, 11' x 10'
  • Exclusive WeatherTec system
  • 74" center height
  • Easy to transport and simple to set up
  • Hinged door
  • Control airflow with Variflo adjustable ventilation
  • Vented Cool-Air port
  • Privacy vent window
  • Electrical access port
  • Easy set up with continuous, color coded pole sleeves and shock-corded poles
  • Easy instructions sewn into durable carry bag
  • 11mm fiberglass poles
Online: $111.61
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Stansport Star-Lite 7' x 5' Back Pack Tent
Online $43.36
Rated: 3.8 Stars (20) Reviews
 

Coleman Sundome 2-Person Dome Tent 7'x5'

Online: $38.95
Rated: 4.4 Stars (14) R

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Ozark Trail 40-60F Sleeping Bag:

  • Designed for use in temperatures from 40 degrees to 60 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Durable polyester outer and liner
  • 3 lbs. of 100% polyester triloft II fill
  • Washable
  • Two sleeping bags can be zipped together
  • Full-length, self-repairing zipper
  • Elastic roll-up straps for easy storage
  • Color: Navy
Online: $15.97
Rated: 4.2  (270) R
 

Texsport Base Camp 40-Degree Adult Sleeping Bag:
  • Woodland camouflage polyester outer, O.D. polyester/cotton liner
  • Weight: 3 lbs
  • Insulblok polyester insulation
  • Quilt-through construction
  • Full 2-way no. 5 zipper
  • 2 elastic roll-up straps
  • Machine washable
  • Comfort rating of 40 degrees F
  • Poly bag/insert
  • Dimensions: 33"W x 75"L
Online: $29.00
List Price: $29.95
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Rated: 4.8 Stars (5) Reviews
 

Ozark Trail 2.0lb/40F Rectangular Sleeping Bag:
  • Soft and breathable lining
  • Create a double bag by zipping 2 bags together (each sold separately)
  • 97 percent polyester, 3 percent nylon
  • Temperature rating: 40 degrees
  • Dimension: 75"L x 33"W x 8.66"H
  • Weight: 2 lbs
  • Model# ENV-SOM.2LB40F

Online: $24.97
Rated: 4.6 Stars (8) R

 

Ozark Trail 40F Right Mummy Sleeping Bag, Orange:
  • Climatech fiber for added warmth, comfort and durability
  • Anti-wet and lightweight
  • 2-way anti-snag zipper
  • Full-surround neck baffle
  • Inside pocket
  • Temperature rating: 40F
  • 97% polyester, 3% nylon
  • Model# MU-EULIN 40FPR
  • 40F orange sleeping bag

Online: $39.97
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Ozark Trail Deluxe Armchair:
  • Folding camp chair
  • Steel frame
  • Polyester fabric
  • Armrests
  • Cup holder

Online: $10.97
Rated: 3.9 Stars (86) R

 

Coleman Oversized Quad Chair with Cooler Pouch:
  • Padded seat and back
  • Soft cooler pouch (3" x 8" x 8") holds 2 - 4 cans and 1 Coleman Chiller (small)
  • Mesh cup holder
  • Program holder (13" x 9")
  • Adjustable arm height
  • 1-year warranty
  • Carry weight: 10.6 lbs
  • Oversize dimensions: 37"W x 24"D x 40.5"H
  • Available in a variety of colors
Online: $29.99
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ALPS Mountaineering Escape Camp Chair with Included Footrest and Shoulder Carry Bag:

Features:
  • Bring the comfort of your favorite easy chair into the great outdoors
  • Sturdy powder-coated steel frame with compact foldable design and built-in footrest
  • Comes with eight-by-41-inch (W x D) shoulder carry bag
  • Measures 32 by 41 by 26 inches (W x H x D); 600-denier polyester fabric; ten-pound weight and 225-pound weight capacity
  • Includes limited lifetime manufacturer's warranty

List Price: $59.99
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Coleman Matchlight 2-Burner Propane Stove:
  • Two 10,000 BTU burners
  • High pressure regulator provides constant output regardless of weather conditions
  • Fully adjustable cooking power
  • Windbaffles shield the flame from wind
  • Aluminized or nickel-chrome cook-top
  • Nickel chrome plated grate is removable for easy cleaning

Online $49.97
Rating: 4.4 Stars (110) Reviews


Classic Accessories Roanoke 1-Person Pontoon Boat:
  • Class 1 river rating
  • Material: 40 percent steel tubing, 30 percent nylon, 20 percent PVC, 10 percent plastic
  • Lightweight and easy to maneuver
  • 8' pontoons
  • 350 lb capacity
  • Heavy-duty pontoons with abrasion-resistant PVC bottoms and tough nylon tops
  • Cold and heat-resistant bladders
  • Durable plastic fold-down seat
  • Rugged, 2-piece 6' aluminum oars
  • Combination quick inflation/deflation valves
  • Rugged, 2-piece 6' aluminum oars
  • Powder-coated steel tube frame
  • Quick-release stripping apron
Online: $225.13
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Rated: 4.4 Stars (12) Reviews
 

Intex Challenger K2 2-Person Kayak

  • Inflatable 2-person kayak
  • 30-gauge PVC vinyl
  • Weight capacity for Intex Challenger kayak: 350 lbs
  • Includes aluminum oars, a double quick hand pump, a backrest, removable skeg, grab line on front and back, and cargo net
  • Dimensions: 138"L x 30"W x 15"H
  • Model# 68306EP

Online: $100.39
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Togiak Float Tube:
  • Backpackable pontoon float tube with unique sculpted design
  • Hydrodynamic hull shape for maximum stability, buoyancy and tracking
  • Features quick-release stripping apron with fish ruler
Online: $143.99
List Price: $199.00
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Rated: 4.4 Stars (7) Reviews
 

Sevylor 4-Person Fish Hunter Inflatable Boat:

  • Inflatable 4-person fishing boat made of 30-gauge PVC
  • 2 tunnel chambers add lateral stability on the water
  • 2 inflatable seats and 2 fishing rod holders
  • Great for the outdoors
Online: $134.99
List Price: $149.76
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Coleman 12V QuickPump Air Pump
  • Quickly inflates and deflates most large volume inflatables
  • Compact, portable, and lightweight
  • Includes 3 adapters to fit most recreational inflatables
  • 12 volt cigarette lighter plus
  • Features power cord switch

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$19.74

 

Coleman 120V Pump

  • Quickly inflate or deflate virtually any airbed or inflatable
  • Powerful enough to inflate a queen double-high airbed in 2 minutes
  • Hose valve for inflation at nearly any angle
  • 120V pump plugs into home outlets
  • Added adapters for Coleman Double Lock Valves, Boston valves or pinch valves
  • Limited 1-year warranty

Online: $22.97
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4.5 Stars (61) Reviews


 

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