Who Kayak Fishes...show your Kayak.

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  1. Safetyman

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    What Kayak do you use?
    Fresh water or saltwater?
    Your set up.
    Of course, we need to know what knife you take with you!
     
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    I love these threads..what I don’t have is pictures. (Who else has lost 100’s of images to device failures?)
     
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    I have 3 boats and do fish, but just as a pass time on trips really. I mostly scare the fish over to the people who can actually catch them.
    2 stitch and glue kit boats and one tupperware. I'd like to try one of the boats with the flipper pedal powered propulsion. Seems like those would be very comfortable.
     
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    HoleeCow! Exactly how long are those “death needles” nomad?! :O
     
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    The tandem is just over 20 feet long. The other two are about 17 feet.
     
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    I crab from a inflatable electric motor propelled blow up expedition raft. Weather's almost warm enough to fight the wake lol !! I'll post up some pics if you guys care to see
     
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    absolutely man! Show it!
     
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    I caught these crab from my kayak on Vancouver Island!
     
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    You live on Van Isle or visiting? Great place!
     
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    Caught a few crappie.
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    I have a Pelican catch 120 but I am new here and having a hard time sharing images,
     
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    live on the island part time at the moment.
     
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    do you have a roof rack there is a hack to getting a heavy kayak on the top of a vehicle, you get a ratchet strap or even a strap you use to tie the boat down, you run it over the two racks like your making a bridge you lift the kayak nose up onto the loop you just made this holds it off the car, then you go to the tail and push it up once up there push to straighten it up, I learned it off youtube and have used it many times, i will try to find a video to link for you.
     
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    yup! This is how I do it. After a period of time doing this with a wet kayak it still feels heavy haha now i'm healing from a bad back unfortunately.
     

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