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Topic: Runaway kayak - looking for your comment  (Read 1571 times)

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I took a few spills in a Wilderness systems Tarpon 140. Gust were 60-80 with a constant 35mph wind.

The kayak never got far from. I did ended up needing a rescue because I couldn't stay on it due to waves and wind.



This I find hard to believe.




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I took a few spills in a Wilderness systems Tarpon 140. Gust were 60-80 with a constant 35mph wind.

The kayak never got far from. I did ended up needing a rescue because I couldn't stay on it due to waves and wind.



This I find hard to believe.

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« Last Edit: April 17, 2017, 05:38:51 PM by Beachmaster90 »


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I took a few spills in a Wilderness systems Tarpon 140. Gust were 60-80 with a constant 35mph wind.

The kayak never got far from. I did ended up needing a rescue because I couldn't stay on it due to waves and wind.



This I find hard to believe.

^^

That's a pretty serious storm.  It wouldn't just pop up out of nowhere.  If it is true, you need to learn how to read a weather report.


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I took a few spills in a Wilderness systems Tarpon 140. Gust were 60-80 with a constant 35mph wind.

The kayak never got far from. I did ended up needing a rescue because I couldn't stay on it due to waves and wind.
Those are Chuck Norris kayak conditions, are you guys related?
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I took a few spills in a Wilderness systems Tarpon 140. Gust were 60-80 with a constant 35mph wind.

The kayak never got far from. I did ended up needing a rescue because I couldn't stay on it due to waves and wind.
Those are Chuck Norris kayak conditions, are you guys related?

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