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Kayak Fishing Discussion / Re: Should I put an offer for
« Last post by The Red Rocket on Today at 03:54:20 PM »
They are repairable. If you need one I'd say go for it but have a good hard look at it for obvious problems before you fork over your cash. Also, why is he selling it - could be stolen, although I haven't heard of anyone missing one. Make sure your BS detector is turned to the high position.
Kayak Fishing Discussion / Re: Should I put an offer for
« Last post by Helipilot69 on Today at 10:06:37 AM »
Should I put an offer for $1200 and buy the mirage drive on eBay?

An older Mirage drive just showed up on Kijij(Toronto) for $100. The ad says it's in good condition.
Border City Classic / Re: 2017 BCC
« Last post by greydog on Today at 09:43:01 AM »
First time fishing an event like this. Well run. Didnt catch a pile of fish but met a lot of nice people and caught my new PB smallie. 20.25". Great event and thank you to the organizers and other anglers for making a newbie feel welcome.
Off-topic Discussion / Re: Website Problems
« Last post by Adam on June 26, 2017, 07:23:35 PM »
Hosting provider had a bad day today. Good to see they got it fixed.
Mike, have you tried the Canadian Kayak Anglers forum? There is a strong maritime contingent that participate in it. Don't know about NF but certainly NS, NB, etc.
Kayak Fishing Discussion / Re: Should I put an offer for
« Last post by YakDreams on June 23, 2017, 10:32:35 PM »
I picked up an Imagine Angler DLX inflatable SUP to drift the Saugeen.
  I watched a couple videos, looks awesome, I need to get one of these.
Kayak Fishing Discussion / Re: Should I put an offer for
« Last post by marvinthmartian on June 23, 2017, 09:38:35 PM »
That's why I consider Hobie Inflatable because of its durability.
Do u think I can leave it in my trunk all time?

As long as it's not baking in the hot sun too much, it'll be fine. My advice is if you don't have to, don't.
 funny story; last weekend my neighbour had a yard sale and it looked like he had one or maybe 2 of these extended handle units out for sale. I'd already paid retail at Canadian Tire so I did not pay much attention.
If you are thinking of going this route I can ask him if he still has them, if so you'd likely get one for around $10.
I'm currently on a road trip through the east coast with my Hobie and was wondering if any members in the area were willing to meet up and show me what yak fishing is like out here =).  Right now I'm in Churchill falls and should be on the west coast of Newfoundland by early next week. Then it's back through the maritimes to Thunder Bay.

Anyone around go after salt water fish from their yaks?  I definitely want to give that a shot. Last week I got to fish the Saguenay fjord off the Hobie which was really cool!

Kayak Rigging and Do-It-Yourself Projects / Re: Stake out pole at Canadian tire
« Last post by elrik on June 23, 2017, 03:16:48 PM »
Thanks for the reply. Even with the added work of making a spike, it is a significant discount from the store options. I think I may try this path myself.

Nice results for Bellwood!
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