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Topic: Loading the Hobie AI/TI with Drill Powered Winch  (Read 1721 times)

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Okay folks, I have another video posted. I've been WAY behind on getting videos out. I keep telling myself I can either publish a video or go fishing. Well, that's easy, lol. Go Fishing!! With the bad weather in place and the holidays are here, I am finding more time to figure out my new editing video software. Thanks to a friend, Geoff, he came over and helped me to understand my new software. Much appreciated, Geoff!!

In the link below, I am showing how to load a Hobie TI but this works for any kind of yak. If you have questions, please don't hesitate to reach me by phone, comment on TKF, or even on my YouTube video page. I will be publishing more videos so stay turned. Oh, btw..... please subscribe if you like the video and want to see more soon. I'm going to be posting some older videos as well as newer ones but a fishing video is a fishing video and there is always something to learn from them. Also, another big thanks to James Francis to giving me the idea on the drill powered winch. Without that idea, I would have never thought of making a ramping system. Tight lines!!

PS: I know that I have posted a huge kayak on this video but keep in mind that this works for regular sized kayaks as well. It doesn't matter whether you are fresh or saltwater fishing. The concept still applies. Some people may have a medical reason why they can't lift and this could be a great alternative. :)