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Topics - cookiemonster

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Hobie Kayaks / Hobie Turbo Fin Mast Snapped
« on: June 30, 2021, 09:55:51 PM »
Last outing one of the masts snapped on the mirage drive, rendering the fin completely useless.

Has this happened to anyone before? I tried to search around the forums but didn't find much. Adam, does MBK have replacements on hand (I believe non-threaded)?

Replacing the mast seems pretty straight forward, it's getting the small snapped piece out of the drive that seems like it will be a pain in the butt. Anyone have any suggestions? I was thinking of hammering a tap into it and trying to somehow twist it out (even though it is not threaded) Any input is greatly appreciated

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Went out to see if any squid were still around. Didn't see much on the fish finder

Drifted frozen squid for some halibut for a few hours, and then switched to rockfishing at the end. Got a couple vermilion and some blues.

When I got back to shore I realized my paddle must have fallen off the kayak at some point. If anyone in the area comes across a black hobie paddle let me know, and we can arrange some donut/beer exhange. Beautiful day to be on the water all in all.

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Introductions / Greetings
« on: July 21, 2020, 09:44:11 AM »
Nice to somewhat meet everyone! I've lived/fished in Pacifica for the past few years and I am now back home in Monterey.

Looking forward to the very high quality content of these forums :smt003


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