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Topic: Rigging the Stealth Pro Fisha  (Read 2830 times)

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bluekayak

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I think about being 6 or 8 miles offshore a few years ago on a heavy plastic slug and wonder what the hell I was thinking


One of the things I was planning to do before married life ensnared me was tour the southern Alaska coastline from the water side w a little camping and fishing gear and probably a .45

One of the Stealths would be perfect for it


bluekayak

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Are you opposed to using a folding river there for the seat straps? Still reluctant also to drill holes but the grab handle approximation to the seat straps on the Evo wont allow Rubens method without a large portion of strap from the backrest possibly interfering for re-entry.
I wonder if they make rivets that are of like metal or at least close to whatever you're mounting If they're too far off seems like it could be a problem down the road

I had to climb on the 575 in rough water and I just flattened the seat back until I got back on

The 575 has the offset position, not sure if that's what you're talking about


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I think about being 6 or 8 miles offshore a few years ago on a heavy plastic slug and wonder what the hell I was thinking


One of the things I was planning to do before married life ensnared me was tour the southern Alaska coastline from the water side w a little camping and fishing gear and probably a .45

One of the Stealths would be perfect for it

I agree. I've been mentioning to a few folks a multiday excursion from shelter cove to bear harbor, then either back to the cove or down to the mendo coast to take out. I think it's 8 or so miles to bear harbor and another 11 to the first mendo take out.
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Sign me up for that one!


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That sounds like a great trip. If it were up to me I'd vote for Shelter to Bear to Mendo take-out.
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