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  Posted by: Basstar on Jul-01-13 1:33 PM (EST)
 

This is exactly the type of info I am attempting to glean from this wonderful site. For a sit in kayak, paddling in a creek situation, the current model I have seems a very good choice. Perhaps not perfect to someone more experienced, but fine so far as I can tell. My next boat, based on my thinking at this time, would probably lean about 80%-85% transportation, 15%-20% fishability. I am an ex tournament bass guy and actually have a boat for when I am more serious about fishing and catching fish.

As a confession, my thinking in the beginning was that the fishing would be extremely important to me but I am finding that I like the ability to cover water.

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