I posed this question below in a thread but I think it got lost.
For a big guy (6'3"/305#) wouldn't it be better/more comfortable for him to have a sit on top rather than a sit in? We kayak in calm waters... slow moving river, that sort of thing. Also want to fish from it. We've been looking at a Perception Caster. What do you think?
Thanks for any suggestions!!
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Yes. So much easier to get in and out |
Posted by: string on Feb-24-13 7:38 PM (EST)
of than a SINK. Just make sure it can handle your weight.
I checked the specs on the Caster.|
Posted by: string on Feb-25-13 1:10 PM (EST)
Posted by: jimyaker on Feb-27-13 4:08 PM (EST)
In general, probably a 14 to 16 footer is going to work better. Check out the Pungo for SINK and the Manta Ray 14 for SOT.
Posted by: Dgremlin on Feb-28-13 12:05 PM (EST)
One of my friends who is actually a bit heavier than you has the Wilderness System Tarpon 160 and it works great for him. Very stable and lots of room for tackle boxes, ice chests, etc.