Fly PoHere are four reasons why the Clacka EDDY is the best driftboat on the river:
1) The wider rocker-ed stern on the EDDY allows the boat to be held in faster current. The wider stern and larger tunnel cause more lift. You can feel this when you row the boat. The harder you row, the more lift you get.
2) On larger volume rivers the rocker-ed stern and larger tunnel allow the EDDY to float over large boils and eddy fences that will cause instability in a conventional driftboat.
>3) With the wider stern and larger tunnel the EDDY is more stable with a big load such as larger clients and motors.
4) The EDDY also motors like no other boat. The wider more stable stern does not let the bow come up as high when the boat is under power.
Providing stealth and agility for those times when it matters most, ClackaCraft has developed the HeadHunter II Skiff. A low-slung, versatile and stable flat-bottom boat, the Skiff is perfect for a variety of applications on many western rivers, and allows anglers to fish seated or standing in unequaled comfort.
16' Low ProfileBruce Belles, the owner of Clackacraft, designed and built the first 16LP in 2001. In a few short years it became the most popular boat used by the professional guide. For the next decade it was Clacka's top selling boat. The 16LP has a spacious interior and is amazing to row. In 2014 Clacka came out with the EDDY. The EDDY is the next generation 16LP. The EDDY features the same interior layout as the 16LP but has an improved hull design.
Fly PoThe Fly Pod is a revolutionary interior design. It can be built into the 16LP or the EDDY hulls. The Fly Pod has redefined driftboat comfort and functionality.
The 16WF is Clacka's most versatile boat. You can float flat class one water up small class 3 wave trains. The 16WF has more rocker than the 16LP or the EDDY. The rocker enables the 16WF to stay dry in moderate waves and spin quickly to avoid rocks and small holes.