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I am your same size. I plan to paddle on the intracoastal waterway, which is generally pretty calm.
I had a number of years ago an ocean kayak, 17 feet long, fairly heavy but reasonably fast.
I would like a fast, lighter kayak that would fit me. I wondered if you had any suggestions.
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I am an active kayaker in the Tampa Bay area. I also manage the Best Kayak Accessories website. I have learned a lot from you guys on this site, and hopefully I can contribute as well.
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Have just bought a blue hole canoe the cooper plate with s/n was gone I have the serial number from the side can anyone tell me what it means TBH15996H586
HI Chodups. Your message showed up on my wall and I am unclear whether this'll be a reply to it or this message will stand alone. But you will get it.
DON'T WORRY. I almost asked it if was winter myself but String beat me to it. OK so your missed the department of redundancy part. As would I before the morning coffee hits.
But the absurd behavior after that far exceeds anything you did. Alan going off challenging how you pack your boat is ridiculous. Kayamedic weighing in on something after Alan started it was unneeded criticism.
I tried to say things to mitigate the foolishness but maybe I used words that were too long. Or it has been raining all week somewhere in the world.
Anyway, don't worry. And it is possible that someone new reading that thread will get some useful ideas about how to pack their kayak.
Have a great day. It is not raining here so probably the day to wax my car.
Thanks for that information - it looks as though I have the US version. I have the plastic sheg which my brother in law sent me but if course there is no fittings fot it on the kyack! I may have to manufacture a basic wooden rudder or similar to go on the back of the kyack. Thanks again for your help
Just bought a Topwater 120 and am looking forward to fishing and stealth camping in the Hudson Valley and nearby areas.
Sorry about that. I missed all the clues and took it off in another direction. That's what I get for not reading and comprehending before I responded. Pretty embarrassing, really. I clearly touched a nerve for some folks and wish it wasn't so.
BTW.....Just as there are some posters who I never read you are one who I always pay attention to. Sorry to have bungled this so badly.
If my boat is loaded and I want a particular item I know where it is because everything always goes into the same bag and the same location. Example, my oatmeal is always in a 5 litre bag up against the rear bulkhead on the right side of the boat. The bag happens to be orange and I have a half dozen of them. Each has something else in it and lives in a different location.
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Mozark sorry for the delay in answering you, I will be paddling down the Green River in UT.