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  Thanks So Much
  Posted by: Basstar on Jul-01-13 6:19 PM (EST)
 

For this info. I will definitely try some others before I pull the trigger on a new boat but this info is definitely helpful.

First, I had not given any thought to a kayak being "too" long unless it got crazy long, and secondly I had not given any thought about turning and handling.

Lastly, I truly did not think that one foot in length and 2" narrower would be enough difference to hardly notice.

Much appreciated and I am sure I will have more questions as I continue to learn.

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