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    kayak and wheeling.

    Well sold the boat and decided I need a health kick so went bought a kayak, these things are amazing, propeller drive from Native Watercraft, they leave the Hobie for dead.
    Now i can go 4wding and find creeks etc to fish and explore.




    Cheers
    Leo

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    You need some pool noodles on your rack mate to protect the bottom of your pedal boat
    Fresh meat tastes the best

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    Nice one Jack!! Kayaks are very cool gizmos..

    How do you get yours on the roof? They are not light!! I bought a 9 ft one for that reason - manageability.

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    looks like the perfect set up Catchinjack.
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    Our kayak isnt as fancy as that

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    Awesome another fishing yak nice one Leo they are great fun and a buz when you start catching fish from them
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    New kayak looks well kitted out Leo.

    Is the esky looking thing on the back a live bait keeper, maybe? Just noticed the pipework running to and from it.

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    It weighs 38kg and i lift one end up on cage, 2.1m high and then just slide her up on top. Yeh the esky is a live well and is adjustable to hold from 5L to 30L depending on how much I want in there.
    I sold the boat but love my fishing so after trying out a few kayaks went with the Native Slayer 13, it's a great yak and now I can 4wd and then find a river or creek etc to go for a pedal or a fish.
    I've also bought an inflatable boat to tow behind to carry swag and small amount of camp gear in case I wanna explore and crash somewhere for the night.
    Looking at buying a T loader or a side loader to assist in getting it on and off.
    But....it is so relaxing to do, can't get enough of it. Need a dry bag for camera gear also haha
    Cheers
    Leo

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