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Author Topic: Kayak Fishing  (Read 386 times)

Offline metalman

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Kayak Fishing
« on: June 23, 2011, 08:07:42 AM »
I have just purchased a new Ocean Kayak Trident fishing kayak, does anyone have any tips they may want to pass along. I have purchased a hummingbird depth finder and working to install it, and have been working on rod holders. Will post pics soon.
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Offline ZLong19

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Re: Kayak Fishing
« Reply #1 on: June 23, 2011, 08:14:20 AM »
Yea.... be careful gettin in and out of that thing.... We used to slip down creeks and shoot woodies and squirrels in them and it wasn't so bad gettin in as it was getting out.

When you install your equipment on it, be sure to keep any weight you add equaled out on both sides with you in it, those dudes are easy tipped.

Good luck, can't wait to see pics
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