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Re: Best small kayak for inshore?

PostPosted: 21 Dec 2018, 00:00
by mazman
cheaterparts wrote:
mazman wrote:
cheaterparts wrote:

I would say any 2.7 meter kayaks best design would have one to two meters added on to it
Or in other words there are no good designs at this length outside a swimming pool

Maybe not for the fishing you do but there are plenty of places where anything longer than 3m is a disadvantage.


check the first post


none of the places listed are skinny or protected waters - so I stand by my post

I read the first post and would agree that a 3m kayak is not the correct choice for these areas, personally if that's where you want to fish get something more suited or choose somewhere else to fish. it's more the presentation of the information than the core idea you were going for.

*couldn't quote enough posts so removed the original posts

Re: Best small kayak for inshore?

PostPosted: 21 Dec 2018, 04:24
by cheaterparts
4liters wrote:
peatop wrote:
4liters wrote:Famous last words


Image
awesome pic, anyone we know?

http://vyak.net/forum/memberlist.php?mo ... rofile&u=2


First this pic never dies and is still as funny today - never run late with a Mudbrother trip heres my report from may 2010 viewtopic.php?f=21&t=1133

Re: Best small kayak for inshore?

PostPosted: 21 Dec 2018, 11:30
by maverick

Re: Best small kayak for inshore?

PostPosted: 21 Dec 2018, 16:28
by peatop
Thank for the link Cheater, finally l have a clear picture of where the jokes started, must have been a frustrating event for Widsa but to look back on it would be a fond memory :up: :lol: I'm sure most of us have been in a similar situation, l once bogged my tractor and it stayed there for about 4 months till the ground dried out enough to drive it out, i was the talk of the town for quite some time :evilgrin: