20% of the weight. 100% of the fun.
The Poke Boat and Micro Poke Boat are unlike any other boats you’ve experienced. At around 20% of the weight of a typical kayak, its composite construction makes getting to your activities a breeze, while the advanced design ensures you’ll never have to compromise.
"I’ve had my Poke Boat (Pokey) in Lake Tahoe and the Colorado river. Even though it’s a very old boat now (30 years old) and has had full-time exposure to the elements, it’s still in great shape and it’s one of the funnest boats I have."
"I have had a Poke Boat since 1990 and still use it heavily. Yes, I have needed to do a little patching but it is still a great boat. It’s light weight has become ever more important as I have aged."
"Light weight, carry with one hand, go into the shallowest waters. First got it for fishing the oyster bed laden channels off the Intercoastal in Canaveral Seashore. Moved to Boone, NC. Used it yakking the New River, and small mountain lakes. Now in South Gate use on local river, and swamp like lakes. Tell everyone about it. Probably been 25 years, it still looks great."
"I’ve had 3 of them for over 30 years. The Suburban died after 317000 miles but the boats are still going."
"I never made a better investment. It needs a minor repair every now and then, but, after all, I've had it for a lifetime. Forty years is probably about right… I've been on the same lake in three foot waves with no trouble at all. Today I own four boats, all for different purposes, but that Poke Boat with its two inch draft is wonderful, great fun for adults and children, and irreplaceable."
"Sturdy, mobile, and a superb craft! I currently have a 2 person Poke Boat that I purchased around 1997. I LOVE my Poke Boat!"