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2017 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Topic: kayak trade  (Read 1059 times)

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newyakr

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Just considering at this time and testing the water. I have a 2013 Jackson Cuda 12 in Earth tones(blue and white) with an anchor trolly and casting bar. It's had moderate use and has some scratches on the bottom. I was thinking about trading it for a Native Manta Ray kayak if someone has the inclination to ride something different. I could sell it and then save up and buy something different, I just thought I'd try this approach first.


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Pics would help you along
My biggest worry is that my wife(when I'm dead)will sell my fishing gear for what I said I paid for it


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I'm not sure how to upload pictures. I'll look around the site to see if there is a helpful tip.


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I'm not sure how to upload pictures. I'll look around the site to see if there is a helpful tip.

Here is the link:

http://www.norcalkayakanglers.com/index.php?topic=9779.0
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newyakr

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Thank you. I'll get those pictures up as soon as I can.


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Hard to find a MR out here..anyways, Native is re-introducing the MR this year, at a lower price point than years past.


newyakr

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Thank you. I looked at them before purchasing the Jackson (coosa before, then cuda 12) and they just looked like a nice kayak to sit in and fish from. It might be that I sell the Cuda 12 and then save up a little more money and buy a new one.


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Manta Rays are not very common. One thing to consider is looking for a kayak with similar specs. It looks comparable to the WS Tarpon or OK Prowler...which are both easy to find locally. 
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Great advice.  Thank you.