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  Same here with our 100 pound
  Posted by: jackl on Dec-08-12 1:04 PM (EST)
 

fiberglass tandem.
I don't hesitate to pull my carbon/kevlar kayak up on a grassy bank or for a short distance on a fine sand.
One year I dragged our tandem kevlar Comp Cruiser along a pine needle portage for several hundred yards, when my partner had trouble walking due to cramped legs.
With me, concrete and gravel is a no no, and I cringe when I see newbie know it alls draggging their plastic kayaks on concrete.

Jack L


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