I was very happy when I purchased my nifty After looking around, even my wife thought I was thrifty It was such good value, my mate brought one too So, here we are very proud with them both brand new My friend he chose a 3.3 horse, it went very very well I snuck on a 5 horse, we are not competitive as you can tell We cruised the North Island with our niftys in a bag When we showed other people, it was hard not to brag. We had many fishing trips, it was so much fun The nifty made our holiday the best under the sun.
Rex Jarrett (Nelson, South Island)
As discussed, we love having the Nifty because its quick and easy to set-up and wash down. We can easily carry it down to the water together and shoot out to the reef for a fish regardless of the tide. Before that I used a kayak but that was a solo thing. With the Nifty the two of us can get out and have some fun – unfortunately she normally catches more than I do!
Dallas Bates (Pukehina Beach, Te Puke)
I have been the owner of a niftyboat for the last 2yrs.During that time have used my boat in the Sounds,Hydro Lakes and Bay of Islands.I find the nifty,stable,roomy and packs into a compact package which fits easily into my small campervan.I recommend this boat as value for money.
Kerry Royal, Waipawa, North Island)
Super impressed with my Niftyboat. My long search for a personal watercraft is over. Both the design and build quality are excellent. Only problem I've had was the thread connection on the footpump hose broke but Scott sorted it quickly, without any drama. I've tried several different kayaks as a freshwater fishing platform but the Niftyboat leaves them for dead. In a kayak you are sitting like a half shut pocket knife with limited movement and water splashing all over you. In the Niftyboat you are high and dry in a normal sitting position with a good range of movement. Gets around well with the standard oars if you are fishing areas that prohibit fishing from motor powered craft but has the versatilty to add a small outboard to cover some distance. I'm told you can use a kayak or canoe paddle to good effect as well so will have to give that a try. Thanks for an awesome product.
Gavin (Invercargill, South Island)