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    Quote Originally Posted by Harps View Post
    I read about the reverse on the hobie . That will be interesting . Do you have a trailer ? The pa14 is a big unit.
    Here they are....



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    Here's an alternative to the Kayak at around the same price up around the $3000 mark

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OprJtFRHWtk

    Caught my eye as an ideal platform for fishing but really not big enough for a stocked esky and didn't seem to cater for the guy who wants to catch a feed.




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    Me on my Hobie Outback Camo it's nickname is the fish repellent.
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    If anyone would like to get more involved in Kayak fishing jump onto Facebook and join Yak Hunters Australia they have groups in NSW, Qld, Vic, Tas, SA. With over 5000 members. Lots of social and competition fishing.
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    Thanks mate, will check it out! Hard to find fresh water kayakers!
    The only thing better than fishing... is catching a fish...

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    Off to Dora Creek for a fish.
    Last edited by DolanOutdoors; 05-11-17 at 09:38 AM.
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    I see the Vic laws on elec motors have been relaxed it used to be that if your kayak was over 3mtrs long and powered by anything other then you paddling you were required to register the kayak and hold a boat license I'm glad I was never caught prior new trail that started with the new year is none of the above is required and you can have up to a 40 pound elec motor
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    Yup it's good news. I need to get out in the yak. Been too long.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harps View Post
    Yup it's good news. I need to get out in the yak. Been too long.
    Yep same mate will have to catch up for a fish even if itís just a day trip some time Iím looking forward to having a paddle


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