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The reason I bought a kayak in the first place was to get into spots to fish from shore that were no access from foot or by car....like today myself and fellow yaker steve decided to fish this area that we have looked at for awhile but could never get in there, so we beached our kayaks and fished. Sometimes its more productive to get out of the kayaks and wade which we did and produced about 15 fish each for us. This spot is impossible to get to by foot and boats cant make it through the shallow water-just perfect for yak...ohh here is a pic of me.
 

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One of my favorite things about a kayak is that it will take you where most boats can go and it will obviously take you to where yiou can walk. the great part are all those places in between where neither can go. Places too shallow for a boat and no access on foot. I love fishing these types of spots especially at night when the fish get real shallow. These fish don't see pressure and if you're quiet they don't know you're there. Lots of hits at the yak and of course we wade alot.
 

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Doug, there's a certain kayak company that is going to get worked for a kayak with all the trimmings. If they're not nice the next 15 seconds may have another yak in it.

Doug, for fast yaks have you checked on the Hobie Mirage. Its a tank but with the pedal and the paddle it will exceed 5 knots! For a 35" beam that's moving. Guess who can get them?
 
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