When we go to NW Ontario we always spend a couple days shore fishing one or two remote lakes that are only accessible by water. Although they are not that far to walk to, most locals don't even know they exist -- yet the smallmouth are plentiful, fat, and see no pressure. Every time we've been at these lakes, we've always said we need two things; a golf clicker to keep track of the 100+ monster smallies we each catch, and a small boat that allows us to move around instead of having to 'bramble' through the terrain on the shoreline. It's a major pain climbing over moss covered rocks, through the trees, fighting the mosquito, etc. on the shoreline.
I guess I have a few questions on the Twik Tek Airhead, how durable is it and with 2 anglers and how stable is it? The water in these small lakes is usually fairly cold when we are there since they are quite deep and isolated, and taking an unplanned dip could be a major problem. Also, do you inflate it with a cylinder of compressed air or does it have a foot pump? How difficult is it to fish from?