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Topic: Vitog Nomad info?  (Read 1024 times)

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NapaAndy

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I picked up a fiberglass Vitog Nomad thanks to user Eiboh at a great price. I know a few on this board have them and a friend has a near new condition board that is nearly 40 years old. Looking for info or websites on their history. Mine is serial #132 No year on the plate. No obvious repairs and just needed a good cleaning. I paddled her on the Napa river this week.  A lot different from my OK trident 15. Almost tipped a couple of times, but it moves nicely through the water. Anyone have a good information source for these old boards?
« Last Edit: October 29, 2015, 05:07:54 PM by NapaAndy »
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Sweet Ride. As you know we have two of them. Both are set up receive kayak seats, transducer holders, FF/GPS mounts, paddle holders,  and rod holders. Yes, they can be tippy but boy are they fast. If you could some how add seat scuppers I would still be rocking this dive borard more often.

I will check the serial numbers on mine as well as the date and get back to you. l will dig around ..... scan and post some old photos.

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I'm up for using the Vitog at Simply Fishing. Anyone else want to join the "Vitog Navy"?
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So I didn't use the Vitog at Simply for a couple of reasons. The weather looked iffy a few days before and secondly, Being 6'2", I don't think it would be super comfortable for 5-6 hrs. I have dove off of it several times and I paddled it several times over the weekend at Van Damme. This thing is fast. Only modifications I have made is to add a few clip off points to the back hatc for a gear bag while diving.
Otobepelagic, I would enjoy seeing a picture of one of your rigged Vitogs. 
« Last Edit: October 29, 2015, 05:07:00 PM by NapaAndy »
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That thing cleaned up real nice! :smt007 slick


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I was thinking about mounting a couple of yak attack gear rails. Wont have too high of a profile and gives me options.
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