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Inflatable kayaks #7395636 01/04/19 05:36 PM
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Anyone use one? Any Good? I have a couple of plastic sit on kayaks but looking at these for better traveling/ space saving issue
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Re: Inflatable kayaks [Re: luv2brode] #7395945 01/05/19 12:24 AM
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The wife has an inflatable kayak and a sit-on. Her opinion is that if you donít have space for a sit-on, then an inflatable is OK. If you do have space, get the sit-on. The wind will blow an inflatable around way too much to be comfortable.


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Ok hadn't thought of wind issue


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Re: Inflatable kayaks [Re: luv2brode] #7396792 01/06/19 04:37 AM
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Don't do it

My buddy got one. Praised how tough it was and that you could hit it with the claw end of a hammer. Like you it was the perfect kayak for space.

Needless to say in the couple of years he used it, its gotten patch work. Until it ripped in the seem. It is now useless.

The cost of repair has him looking at new kayaks.

And for what he paid for it, he could have gotten a top of the line name brand yak.


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I can see what your talking about. I have 2 10ft sit on but dragging the travel trailer be tons easier w something colapsable. They all gonna get torn up eventually ya hit rocks w them, might just have to stick w what I got til they go was thinking about selling and replacing


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The wife, as I mentioned earlier, has a 10í sit-on and the inflatable. She grew to dislike the inflatable, so she insisted that I put a kayak rack on the truck. I found a reasonably priced rack. Now we take the sit-on when we drag the TT.

As for my boat needs, I finally bought an 8í plastic boat that will fit in the truck bed, if I prop one end on the tailgate. The boat, with a trolling motor and deep cycle battery, will let me bass and crappie fish while she paddles aimlessly around. And, let me mention that Iíve really gotten on the Bass at Inks Lake ST Park, and the crappie at Liberty Hill ST Park. And itís peaceful fishing, with the wife in her kayak.


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Good info guess I might have to find a roof rack or a headache rack


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