Best female Kayak
Posted by: bamagirl on May-05-14 1:47 AM (EST) Category: Kayaks
I know this question has been asked a few times but after reading through them they do not answer exactly what I am wanting to know. I am a small framed female and I want a light Kayak (30-50 pounds top) that also has enough room in it for my 60 pound husky to ride with me. I am a beginner and have been looking at kayaks similar to the Perception Tribute and the Dagger Alchemy. I am using them for whitewaters and would love any suggestions!
Thanks in advanced!
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Are you a troll?|
Posted by: Celia on May-05-14 7:28 AM (EST)
Seriously. There have been plenty of threads about kayaks for small paddlers. That is not a virgin topic here.
It is difficult to tell them apart|
Posted by: Canuka on May-05-14 9:16 AM (EST)
Sexing kayaks is especially hard when they have retractable skegs.
Some options, but|
Posted by: Ayornamut on May-05-14 9:19 AM (EST)
Posted by: magooch on May-05-14 9:54 AM (EST)
Is the dog male, or female?
maybe something like this...|
Posted by: tetonjohn on May-05-14 10:25 AM (EST)
Posted by: willowleaf on May-05-14 10:52 AM (EST)
Canoes are better for paddling with a dog, especially one that large.
Posted by: tetonjohn on May-05-14 11:36 AM (EST)
other sit on tops|
Posted by: tetonjohn on May-05-14 1:10 PM (EST)
there's a SUPer around here|
Posted by: bignate on May-05-14 1:26 PM (EST)
that will sometimes show up at local playspots with his dog on the board with him. The dog swims around/hangs out on the rocks while he surfs. As I recall, the dog has some pretty solid ferrying skills. Better than some boaters!
they're all female|
Posted by: slushpaddler on May-05-14 2:19 PM (EST)
The pink one|
Posted by: pikabike on May-05-14 2:25 PM (EST)
Good for "whitewaters" that you scout in "advanced."
Cockpits are sorta female.... |
Posted by: ezwater on May-05-14 2:41 PM (EST)
Posted by: jeffro on May-07-14 12:34 PM (EST)
Female, that's why they are called c-----ts... The husky... we are talking about a dog right? 60 pounds of stretch/lean could tip you over. Dog in open/sit on top only, with a properly fitted dog life preserver.