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Old 04-16-2012, 12:01 PM
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I started Kayak fishing a few years ago and eventually wanted to stand with more confidence so I started looking for the best systems out there. This one works for me. I can still have full paddle stroke and stand and fly cast with total confidence.

Just wondering if any of you warm water fly fishermen use a simular type setup?

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Old 04-16-2012, 12:12 PM
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Nice looking set up!!
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Old 04-16-2012, 12:28 PM
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Thanks Davo, it's very effective.

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Hi Mike,

Davo, are you seeing a picture? All I have is a box with red X that says click to open in full size. When I click I have no image.

Mike, I don't know how you do your pictures but I wrote this instruction http://www.theflyfishingforum.com/fo...tml#post428183 to help some people who were having problems.

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I got the same thing. Then I opened it in a new tab and the photo came up fine. I just right click the link with the mouse and select open in new tab or window.
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Tht's weird. I get the same box but all I had to do was click it and viola! Green kayak with starship Enterprise engines.
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Hey Ard, I will follow those instructions in the future. What I did was post the link from my albums already on this site.

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Tht's weird. I get the same box but all I had to do was click it and viola! Green kayak with starship Enterprise engines.
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That's funny. Those pontoons are latched down, they have cables that pull them out of the water when you want to paddle.
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Default Re: my stand and fish kayak

I don't have a kayak, but Ive been thinking about a similar type of thing for my v bottom boat. Its small enough that you don't want a deck, but big enough to maybe get away with something like that.
This just gave me a few new ideas. Thanks!
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I followed Davo's advice and got the picture.
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