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  Posted by: usantigoon on Aug-31-13 9:16 AM (EST)

I am 70 as well and have (2) SOT kayaks...the SINK becomes more of a challenge to get in and out.. The SOT is very easy to board and re-board in the event of a capsize..In our kayak club, I noticed more and more kayaking seniors doing the switch to a SOT kayak..
P.S I love my Wilderness Tarpon 120 and I am not doing any fishing, it is a very well balanced, good tracking, stable and easy to paddle kayak..

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