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September 23, 2018, 11:46:23 AM

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Kayak help  (Read 560 times)

Lunker
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I've never owned one so I don't know what to look for in one. Leaning toward a 12 ft. one. What accessories are handy to have? I never have much time to go and my boat never wants to run good when i can go since its used very little. with a kayak i would be able to go when a get a chance. Any advice or help would be greatly appreciated. 



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Lunker
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A sit on top kayak is easy to get in and out of. Find a kayak with rod holders built in or with accessory racks to mount a rod holder.

Spend a little bit more upfront and buy a nice, thick hulled kayak.



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Lunker Extreme
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Nighthawk is right....  Get a Sit on top (SOT) kayak.  You can find used ones on Craigslist or go to www.TexasKayakfisherman.com  and get info there as well.  Get a good PFD and ALWAYS wear it!!  Rod Holders are good. Let me know how if you want to add Bee Readys to you 'yak once you get it.  Welcome to the Plastic Navy!




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Minnow
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What is your budget for a kayak? I have an ATAK 140 14 ft fully rigged out that I have for sale.



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