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2017 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Topic: Scrambler hard shell seat will trade for some tackle or Rods  (Read 823 times)

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mendohead

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Dear Fellow Yakers:

   I would like to trade my Hard shell Back rest  for some fishing tackle. I could use some  15-25 Lb. 6'-7' Conv. Salt water Rods. The hard shell is used mostly for diving off an Scramble Xt. Great back support but, nothing to prevent numb bum. The hard shell is designed to tuck flat while entering or exiting the Scrambler. I payed $50. new
   I don't dive for Abs much at Mendocino but, fish off a Yak now.
FW 2009 RF Derby King Davenport, Ca.


 

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