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Old 09-15-2012, 05:17 PM
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Default Re: saltwater kayak angler thread

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Originally Posted by Hardyreels View Post
This is a good thread Robert!

And of course all of you are making it great with your posts. I agree, you did a splendid job of bringing the trailer back, nice work.

We were just talking about getting sea kayaks for fishing and general recreation use at places like Whittier, Valdez, and Resurrection Bay. The plan is to rent and have some training next year down at Seward and then decide whether to buy and what to buy.

Great thread here,

Ard
Ard,
Renting kayaks has gotten very popular here in the NE. Out here they rent top notch gear. The market for used Hobies is so hot that many of these places become Hobie dealers, buy them at wholesale, rent them the entire season and sell them at $600-800 below MSRP the following season. They buy a new fleet every year.
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