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dan hufferd

I am a kayaker now !

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My wife and I pulled the trigger on a couple smaller vibe kayaks, that should work well for our needs.

I can't wait to get some walleye slime on them !

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10 hours ago, dan hufferd said:

My wife and I pulled the trigger on a couple smaller vibe kayaks, that should work well for our needs.

I can't wait to get some walleye slime on them !

Good luck Dan. Can't wait to see some videos of your kayak fishing. We're looking into them as well. So much matshy water around us that needs to be fished from a boat. 

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1 hour ago, Johnsfolly said:

Good luck Dan. Can't wait to see some videos of your kayak fishing. We're looking into them as well. So much matshy water around us that needs to be fished from a boat. 

Not to plug a brand, but I felt like the vibe was a pretty go deal at the price point.

The best thing that we did was a test drive, that made a huge impact on our decision.

The brands with a reverse chine hull make a big difference in stablity.

 

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Good for you Dan!!! I have considered it myself. But even though I am in good health. I'm not sure at 61 how much I would enjoy dragging one over hill and hollow. But I think it would be fun to fish that way.

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1 hour ago, liphunter said:

Good for you Dan!!! I have considered it myself. But even though I am in good health. I'm not sure at 61 how much I would enjoy dragging one over hill and hollow. But I think it would be fun to fish that way.

Mine is only 57 lbs. I am hoping to use it for some winter walleye jerk bait fishing !

I still have my old boat. I do not owe money on any of my play things so that makes it a happy experience for me.

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Maiden voyage on Stockton pictures.

I did get some water in my lap from the paddel, I am curious if anyone does and winter paddling and how they stay warm and dry, chest wadders, I guess??

 

 

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