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2018 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Topic: Malibu Pro Explorer  (Read 819 times)

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Robert209

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I'm in Bakersfield right now for work and as I search Craigslist for kayaks in Oxnard & Ventura or newburry I guy sells these at about 585 to 699 basically new or with a small blemish factory seconds. Anyways are they a good or should I just stick to a Wilderness Tarpon. They kinda look like a cobra fish & dive to me but I'm prolly wrong. Not much on it here so I'm guessing its not so great any input thanks guys!!!!


beenfishin

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My first yak was a Pro Explorer and I loved that thing, many fish and ducks met their demise on that boat!  TONS of capacity, super stable, built like a tank.  But, it was super slow and a sail in the wind.  Try before you buy.  :smt001

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