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Topic: Ever had a three-way?  (Read 991 times)

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Wilderness Systems today announced the arrival of the exceedingly versatile, tri-powered Radar 135 kayak at specialty retail stores—with the smaller Radar 115 arriving later this month.

http://www.kayakfishingmagazine.net/gear-guide/91-new-kayak-gear/2993-wilderness-three-way.html





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I am so disappointed..... :smt012
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My 3 way will be here soon!
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applaud the attempt at innovation.  But with every versatile feature, i cringe.  its like over the top, and seems so far from boat, paddle, rod and reel.  likely a market out there for this level of modularity, but i'm not in it.

PS, Allen, let's do lunch this week and debate the merits. 


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applaud the attempt at innovation.  But with every versatile feature, i cringe.  its like over the top, and seems so far from boat, paddle, rod and reel.  likely a market out there for this level of modularity, but i'm not in it.

PS, Allen, let's do lunch this week and debate the merits.

I concur....at some point, it is not kayaking. It is the reason I do not use electronics, at all. I am out there for the experience. It is fishing, and using your intuition to find the fish and catch them. I get it, electronics are a useful tool. Same thing with kayak innovations. Getting crazy.
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Not the kind this thread is about.





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I removed my post, for those that were quick enough to see it, I am sorry. Funny as hell, but completely wrong.

Merry Christmas!  :smt006
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I removed my post, for those that were quick enough to see it, I am sorry. Funny as hell, but completely wrong.

Merry Christmas!  :smt006

I read it.  Made me chuckle out loud!

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PM it to me Rich  :smt001
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applaud the attempt at innovation.  But with every versatile feature, i cringe.  its like over the top, and seems so far from boat, paddle, rod and reel.  likely a market out there for this level of modularity, but i'm not in it.

PS, Allen, let's do lunch this week and debate the merits. 

yes, lunch at Main beach with perch rods......Thursday.




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