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Wilderness Systems
19 (9.3%)
Hobie
58 (28.3%)
Ocean Kayaks
62 (30.2%)
Malibu
10 (4.9%)
Cobra Kayaks
3 (1.5%)
RTM
4 (2%)
Perception
3 (1.5%)
Native
6 (2.9%)
Pelican
0 (0%)
Emotion
2 (1%)
Necky
2 (1%)
Liquid Logic
0 (0%)
SC Raptor
7 (3.4%)
Jackson
9 (4.4%)
Nucanoe
2 (1%)
Eddyline
6 (2.9%)
other - please specify
12 (5.9%)

Total Members Voted: 201

Topic: What is your primary fishing kayak? -UPDATED-  (Read 10872 times)

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                    Old Town  Predator 13 (love the comfort if not going far)
                    Malibu Stealth 14 (great storage)
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Wilderness T120 and Malibu mini-x. Thats my boy in the Malibu. I took him to lake lewiston for his first kayak fishing trip.
« Last Edit: October 07, 2014, 07:12:25 PM by CptSloppywood »
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first actual post :smt001

lots of good info here!

have gone through both polls and see that overall the OK's are kinda the norm?

i'm a beginner, already have an aluminum boat that i use in the capitola weeds and buoys, but also now want a starter yak to go solo rather than having to take boat, etc.

anyhow, any insight for a beginner yak?  will likely go used and if i really do like may go for something for angler oriented and new...?

any insight appreciated.  PM if you'd like.

fnf
« Last Edit: January 20, 2015, 07:58:08 AM by F33rNoFish »
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« Last Edit: September 04, 2015, 10:53:50 AM by CptSloppywood »
If the ocean was whiskey and I was a duck I'd swim to the bottom and never come up.


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