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  Posted by: Celia on Jun-12-13 9:39 AM (EST)
 

-- Last Updated: Jun-12-13 11:31 AM EST --

As to good fit, when you are talking a full length sea kayak you need to give info on height and weight. Cockpit fit as well as your weight against the design weight of the hull start mattering, a poor match makes for 17 ft of a PITA to handle in wind or waves. [Oops - I responded and missed that you had done this. Sorry.]

But if fishing is a major activity, a full out sea kayak is a poor choice. The kind of room and access to stuff you want for fishing doesn't exist.


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