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2018 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Topic: Cobra "Fisherman"  (Read 1642 times)

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Sarge

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I picked up a Cobra Explorer this year(my first yak). so far I like it but I am knida glad(in a sad way) you guys say your cobras take on water, mine takes on a bout a half gallon in a day. I dive off it. I have added a pole holder and a scotty's rod holder.
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Jeremy

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I have two,next time your down this way feel free to p.m and it's yours for the day with gear...anytime

Cool, thanks! I'm more of a Dive n Fish than Fish n Dive guy, but I'd be interested in trying it if/when I get bored of my X13. I'm down your way quite often and dive out of Carmel almost exclusively.

I picked up a Cobra Explorer this year(my first yak). so far I like it but I am knida glad(in a sad way) you guys say your cobras take on water, mine takes on a bout a half gallon in a day. I dive off it. I have added a pole holder and a scotty's rod holder.

Good job! I remember that you were in the market for what not too long ago. Glad you got it sorted out, you've made a great choice!


 

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