Voyager HD Frameless Pontoon Boat – Review

Over the years, I have had a number of requests to do a video about my “blue boat”, the Voyager HD Frameless Pontoon Boat made by the Creek Company. I finally took the time to put it together. It shows the boat and how I use it to fish for a wide variety of species. Hopefully, this video will explain some of the many questions that I have had for a number of years.

The Voyager is a unique vessel that will allow you to fly fish while on the go; no need to stop, park your canoe or kayak and get out. The Voyager also handles all water levels from lakes to class three white water and does so nicely.

The Voyager is made by the Creek Company, located in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. You can find them at CreekCompany.com. The price on the Voyager is listed at $995 new and comes with oars and a seat that attaches to the seat of the boat.

If you have any questions after watching the video you can contact me at the comment section below or by emailing me at flyfishingwithjeff@gmail.com.


Comments

    • Thomas Buechler
    • July 17, 2020
    Reply

    Congrats on your retirement , Jeff. Tom from Jasper here, (bought Doc’s books from you a couple of years ago) I am thinking of getting a Voyager boat . Like idea of moving rod forward farther on boat. What does that entail to do that? Looks like it would give you more room to maneuver when standing? Thanks. Tom

      • Jeff I Carmichael
      • July 18, 2020
      Reply

      Tom,
      One more thing if you will; when you order your Voyager please inform the guys at Creek Company that you watched my video, etc…that would help me out in the future when I need another boat or maybe even the T Rex….
      Jeff

    • Jeff
    • July 18, 2020
    Reply

    Tom,
    To move the foot pegs further away you will need to have the guys from Creek Company send you an extra pair of the round inserts that the pegs slide into. Also, you will need an epoxy for the inserts … so you can glue those to the boat. I actually have a product review video that has the exact glue needed to get that done (https://flyfishingwithjeff.com/boots-glue-product-reviews-and-some-big-news), so check that out. Click here for a direct link to the glue from NRS: NRS repair cement for urethane and PVC boats. The process to attach the inserts isn’t tough with a good glue and for sure it gives you some additional room. If you want to use the boat like it would normally be used, then you just move the pegs back to the original inserts.
    Jeff

    • Tom Buechler
    • July 18, 2020
    Reply

    Will certainly do that if/when I decide to order boat. Thanks again for feedback.

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