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General Talk / Pedal Drive kayak question
« on: June 18, 2021, 09:50:45 AM »
I'm new and joined this forum to learn about kayaking.  My plan is to lazily fish freshwater (delta or lakes).  To that end, I'm hoping to buy a pedal/prop kayak (instant reverse + price  benefit) and add a motor (Bixpy to rudder?)

My biggest concern as I'm shopping is damaging the pedal drive if I drift or crash into branches underwater or drive into a super shallow area (Russian river, beaches etc.)  For that reason alone, I'm leaning towards the Jackson brand because the pedal drive kicks up.  I can't afford a Hobie with mirage 360. 

Hoping the experience from this group can provide guidance as to whether my fear of breaking the pedal drive is real or imaginary...


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Introductions / New-- Joining to learn
« on: June 11, 2021, 10:56:38 AM »
Hi All:

I joining  this forum to learn about kayak fishing.  A majority of my fresh water fishing was in the Delta (Paradise Marina) on a bass boat.  My fishing buddy with the boat no longer fishes, so I'm considering a pedal kayak for fishing lakes and the delta close to SF. 

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