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2018 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Topic: Vibe kayak??  (Read 2642 times)

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Ebayfisher

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  • Date Registered: Mar 2018
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Last winter I purchased a 2017 Vibe Seaghost 110. I ordered on-line and it was shipped free from the Kennesaw GA headquarters.  I think I payed about $850 (Prior to the SG I had a Lifetime Tamarack 10 which I actually loved for its price) I bought the SG primarily for LMB fishing in lakes but what has happened is I now prefer to fish in the SF Bay. 

The things I like about the SG are the rudder pedals, good storage space, and generally comfortable seat.  My biggest con is the weight but then again the only other kayak I had was the Tam. 10 and that was super light. 

I prefer casting baits vs. dead sticking or even drifting bait so I would really like a pedal kayak of some sort.Hope this give you some insight in the Vibes.   


DavidMel

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I just picked up a sea ghost 110 for lake fishing the sierra lakes.  I spent four hours testing yaks during paddlefest including nucanoe, bonafied, feel free, big game, native and vibe.  I tried everything from a 10 foot vibe to a 14 foot feel free.  For me, tracking, speed and stability locked me on to the 110.  Pedals are out of my budget.  Looking forward to meet fellow NCKA members on the water.
Vibe Sea Ghost 110 Blue Camo
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