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  Easy to setup
  Posted by: old_user on Aug-23-10 12:41 PM (EST)
 

By looking at the NuCanoe it looks super easy to rig for fishing so I have to say would be a non issue. Cn't say about paddling one as I have never tried one before. I know are outfitter has a 10ft and 12ft in stock but when I was looking for a fishing kayak they didn't have them at the time I was going to buy or I would of tried one out.

I know YouTube has plenty of vids of the NuCanoe so should be fairly easy to see what it does. It don't look too hard to paddle thats for sure and stability and carrying stuff looks to be excellent as well. Speed I would think is like most 10 foot SOT kayaks as it won't be the fastest thing in the water but for shorter distances of a mile or two I can't see it causing a problem.

They look like they would be great for fishing and that swivel seat setup looks awesome.

I currently use the Emotion Stealth to do my fishing out of and my brother actually has a Tarpon 100 that he fishes with. We both like that brands we are currently using. I'm 5'10" and 230lbs and the Emotion Stealth has no problems with that weight at all. I have plenty of room to to stretch out and the built in seat setup is very comfortable (thought it wouldn't be til I tried it and its great and easy on my rear and back)

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