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2018 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Topic: 12 foot kayak  (Read 369 times)

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fishfiend831

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  • Location: santa cruz
  • Date Registered: Apr 2017
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Hey all looking for a lightweight fast 12 foot or so kayak for my girlfriend. Tarpon 120 would be ideal or ocean kayak. Open to a hobie she's got a degenerative disk disease in her back so a peddle drive would be most easy on her back. Not looking to break the bank as she's just getting into kayak fishing. If anyone has an old yak or knows a good deal please let me know I'll drive almost anywhere lol. I live in Santa Cruz county
Fishing is my escape kayaking is my passion.

Salty Nutz fishing krew

Cory


fishfiend831

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If a hobie comes up I'll consider spending more because I'll use when she's not


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Fishing is my escape kayaking is my passion.

Salty Nutz fishing krew

Cory