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Unread 01-12-2014, 11:42 AM   #46
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Here is my Jackson Kayak Big Tuna being used as a single. This thing is HUGE but I love it. I can fit my wife and daughter on it perfectly and I don't even have to give my wife a paddle it is so easy to maneuver.

I never gave my wife a paddle in the canoe. Most cases she did more harm than good. I just went last night and bought my wife a 10' Pelican starter almost like I have.



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Unread 01-21-2014, 05:09 PM   #47
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A few pics of our group...

Here's where we launched. Just below the Ross Barnette Spillway. Then we did 10 miles.



Off we go...





Stopping for a little while on a sand bar...




It was a beautiful day with temps in the low 60s. Not a cloud in the sky.
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Unread 01-22-2014, 09:54 PM   #48
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Here is my lil boat

my catch,

and my ride for now,


looking to get a trailer and make loading easier. Thinking about that HF mod saw earlier, all the kayak trailers ya posted up look great
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Unread 01-23-2014, 06:13 AM   #49
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Very cool luisi!
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Unread 01-30-2014, 04:39 AM   #50
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This is one of the boats in our group this past weekend. Homemade by the paddlers!

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Unread 01-31-2014, 12:00 PM   #51
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This is one of the boats in our group this past weekend. Homemade by the paddlers!
Thats incredible. I envy people with that kind of discipline lol. Is that a rutter i see too? Im on the app and its kinda hard to tell
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Unread 01-31-2014, 12:38 PM   #52
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Thats incredible. I envy people with that kind of discipline lol. Is that a rutter i see too? Im on the app and its kinda hard to tell
Yea, they put a rudder on it. Just about need a bass boat trailer for that monster. :-)
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My 1984 vintage 16' Folbot.



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Sweet! Got more shots of it?
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Sweet! Got more shots of it?
It's in mint condition, bought from the original purchaser. He said he probably only had it in the water about 4 times the last 15 years. Heavy vinyl stretched over a hand built wooden skeleton. Built in Charleston, SC. and still in business.
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Beautiful boat!
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It's in mint condition, bought from the original purchaser. He said he probably only had it in the water about 4 times the last 15 years. Heavy vinyl stretched over a hand built wooden skeleton. Built in Charleston, SC. and still in business.
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OsteKuste you have some sweet toys, that trailer setup looks like the crossbars are removable.
ps isn't that your jeep with a drop down tailgate
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OsteKuste you have some sweet toys, that trailer setup looks like the crossbars are removable.
ps isn't that your jeep with a drop down tailgate
Yep, the bars are held on with bolts and wingnuts threaded through the top rails of the trailer. I take them off so I can use the trailer for other things around the house. Takes just a couple minutes. And yes, I took these pics before the tailgate swap.
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Yep, the bars are held on with bolts and wingnuts threaded through the top rails of the trailer. I take them off so I can use the trailer for other things around the house. Takes just a couple minutes. And yes, I took these pics before the tailgate swap.
I just swapped my bumper to one with an integrated tow hitch, and will start assembling my HF 4x8 trailer. to start it might be a flat deck, but might consider a rack like you set up, any real pros/cons to it besides spending more $$?
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My trailer started out as a 6 x 10 foot utility trailer bought from Leonard Truck supply. It has a rail about a foot high all around it with a removable tailgate. My rack is simply three 2x4s covered in outdoor carpet and secured with bolts and wing nuts only when I am carrying the boat. The rest of the time its a good 2000# rated trailer. Trailer was about $700, but is built much better than HB or Northern Tools offerings. U.S. built, and price included already installed Hub Buddies (externally greasable hubs, cost about $50 to add later). If you are going to need a trailer for other work, consider a little better one. It is worth it.
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