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    For fly fishing the kayaks we have would be (mine) Diablo Paddlesports Adios and (wife's)
    Diablo Paddlesports Amigo

    For swift water and offshore we have Ocean Kayak (mine) Ultra 4.3 Trident (wife's) Ocean Kayak Trident 11.








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    Good looking yaks


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    Am I the only one that fishes from an inflatable?
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    I wish I had some pics of they kayaks in my fleet.

    My wife's kayak is a 9.5ft Perception Swifty Deluxe 95. Her old boat went to my daughter, it was a 8ft generic boat. I cannot recall the make or model. Very basic and didn't track real well.

    My boat is 16-ft wood boat that was built by a guy a little further south. It's not the prettiest boat but it's dry. It tracks perfectly, takes little to no effort to move across the water, and weighs less than the plastic/fiberglass boats we own. It's not outfitted at all. I need to install a seat (I have one, but I've not made it fast) and there are no foot pegs. It's pretty basic, but for as much I get to use it, it's fine. Aside from this, it is not the most stable of boats. There is not a flat surface on the hull. This design gave up stability for tracking/speed. If you have experience, it's fine.

    The best part was the price: $60 and I picked it up.
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    ---------- Post added at 09:04 AM ---------- Previous post was at 08:52 AM ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by mtboiler View Post


    Am I the only one that fishes from an inflatable?
    I have a Hobie i11s and fish from it regularly. I just got a Sea Eagle 385fta to use in areas that are either too shallow for the Hobie fins or have many underwater obstructions. The NRS was my other option, but I chose the Sea Eagle for the inflatable front skeg. I often kayak near inlets where the tidal current can push the boat around pretty hard, and I am hoping that front skeg can help with tracking.

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    Since having 10 knee surgeries over the last two years and the love of fishing, my Hobie PA14 does just the trick. Consistently rehabs my knee and gets me on the water. I've got 4 now so that the whole family can enjoy this wonderful sport.


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    Here's the new one.

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