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Topic: Kayak Fishing Crash Photos  (Read 7584 times)

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I know this is a fishing Pic forum but this is a Kayak Angling site and I believe we need to also emphasize the kayak angle (pun intended) in photos.  Therefor I am starting this Kayak Crash thread in hopes it will become a permanent part of this forum.

I will start out with this photo of Scott (GreatBass2) at LK last week.  Nice angle Scott!
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it can even happen on flat water. And because we are your friends we will be there to point, laugh hysterically, and ready to capture your moment with a photo.


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Alien  :smt002
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As someone who fully expects to end up in this picture thread, I only ask that you guys get my good side as I go under. 
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What a great thread. No one said kayaking is easy. I havent had my spill yet, but it's coming! Hopefully I will have pics to contribute to this thread.

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I havent had my spill yet, but it's coming!

Guarenteed!

Sometimes you just gotta do it to get it out of the way.

Here is CHUB and his friend practicing for the someday inevitable.
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Hahahaha. I cursed myself. I flipped today and lost a lot of gear. Karma got me!

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Here is a post accident next day picture of the Gamakatsu hook that impaled my skin and came out the other side, it was pretty deep!. It was a 2/0 hook. Removed by Martin aka yakuza. Thanks man!







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Ouch.  That is real carnage  :smt005 .  I read your report, sounds like a great time.

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I find that often a high brace into the wave face will save me from a roll. I usually end up broaching the boat & running aground sideways when I do that, but it keeps me upright. Ride'em cowboy!
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A sideways landing is still a successful landing.  I often end up that way and prefer it to Scotts method  :smt005 .
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Paddle faster Alan, you can make it.  :smt044



Maybe if you try again?  :smt003

« Last Edit: August 15, 2008, 02:59:04 PM by Kayote »
So I'm packing my bags for the Misty Mountains, where the spirits go...........


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Cool pix.  Sakyak what beach are your pix from?  Water and beach look beautiful...