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Re: Canoe. Kayak. Pontoon. Speak up!

2008/3/20 14:09
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Last time I flyfished out of a kayak was at Sayers lake when the US Youth team was there (i was just at my cabin, not with them) and I was like 15. I pulled my legs out of the kayak to rest them on top to air out, and I fell right out hahhaha. I didnt lose any tackle though so its all good

Posted on: 2010/4/21 11:17

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Re: Canoe. Kayak. Pontoon. Speak up!

2010/4/24 14:08
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For what it's worth a proper sporting canoe is very stable.

I own an Old Town Osprey. A foam core canoe,, it''s 14 feet long and weighs 55 lbs. It's light enough to transport and load alone.Stable enough that I often stand while castng the fly.

I use both gas and an electric motor that mount on a removable transom.

The Osprey is not inexspensive but well worth the cost. HTH Dave

Posted on: 2010/4/24 20:04

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