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Kayak & Fishing Buy, Sell & Trade / Re: Wanted
« Last post by gnatwest on June 18, 2018, 08:49:45 AM »
I have an outback I would sell.  I think its a 2012.  Original style seat not vantage.
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Reader's Rides / Re: ultimate Tegris 12 w/skirts
« Last post by thecrashton on June 15, 2018, 01:43:58 PM »
Love that yak of yours. A Frontier was seriously at the top of my list along with the Mayfly.
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Reader's Rides / Re: ultimate Tegris 12 w/skirts
« Last post by jediangler on June 15, 2018, 09:04:44 AM »
Time for a update.

After spending a decade with my Native Watercraft Ultimate Tegris 12 I am still very satisfied with this yak and looking forward to another 10 years. I removed the skirts and sold them to another Tegris owner in upstate New York as they were at best a cosmetic addition and made access to gear much harder. I've done Kevlar strip protection on the bow and stern in 2012 and 2016 to prolong the life and protect against damage from launching, landing and dragging. After adding the H2Pro-ped pedal system in 2013 it has been collecting dust since 2015 as I much prefer to paddle over pedalling.
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Kayak Fishing Discussion / Re: hobie cart
« Last post by fishbait on June 14, 2018, 02:44:27 PM »
im also at fogh on tuesday next week
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Kayak Fishing Discussion / Re: hobie cart
« Last post by Rockin_Johny on June 14, 2018, 01:13:04 PM »
C-Tug is nice but doesn't work well on a PA.
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Kayak Fishing Discussion / Re: hobie cart
« Last post by Adam on June 14, 2018, 01:12:33 PM »
If you have a Hobie, stick with one of their carts. They just work better when you can plug them into the scuppers.

Paul, you going to Fogh before BCC?
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Kayak Fishing Discussion / Re: hobie cart
« Last post by thecrashton on June 14, 2018, 12:55:17 PM »
get a C-Tug. best yak cart on the market. So glad I shelled out the $200 for mine with the sandtrakz wheels
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Kayak Fishing Discussion / hobie cart
« Last post by MoneyMike on June 14, 2018, 10:21:10 AM »
anyone selling the heavy duty hobie cart??? or going to be near Fogh and going to the bcc?  shipping was 60$ so if i can avoid that cost I will:)
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Kayak Fishing Discussion / Re: Algonquin park July 9 to 12
« Last post by thecrashton on June 13, 2018, 01:07:20 PM »
one of (actually, THE) best and most utilized maps for algonquin park is jeffs map. he gets the most submissions from anglers and campers with respect to portages, fish species caught, etc.
take a look, you will know where to find which types of fish. With that said, corridor lakes likely see more pressure and so might be tricky to catch fish. The paddling is great and very nice area, but for trout fishing, Haliburton area I've had far more luck. With that said, if you're camping, I might be down to join you in July. Itching to get into the backcountry for a night or two.
Rock -> Pen Lake is a very easy and fairly well maintained portage, and depending on time you want to spend paddling in to a site, clydegale lake is arguably one of my favourites in the park.
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Kayak Fishing Discussion / Re: Algonquin park July 9 to 12
« Last post by letterman1 on June 12, 2018, 07:46:35 PM »
Hey there.  Algonquin stocking lists can be found online.  Some of the smaller lakes along the corridor ( hwy 60 ) are stocked with Splake.  Theyre generally one portage in to give u that Algonquin feel, and the portages are generally well maintained if you wanna carry it in.  Spinners with a dead minnow ( no live bait ) trolled is how we catch them along fallen trees, which theres no shortage of.  And dont forget a bug jacket, your gonna need it at that time of year.
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