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Re: Hunting with a kayak
Reply #15 - Mar 25th, 2021 at 8:24pm
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I duck hunt from a home made glass over ply Canadian canoe ( not by me a boat builder made It for his kids who lost interest)and was surprised by the amount of gear I can carry and how stable it is,50 decoys,opening morning bag and 35kg dog along with myself ,95kg of pure muscle and I. Can still paddle the 700m to the maimai faster than my mate in his dinghy with outboard due to all the stumps and crap where we shoot,bought a 12ft parkercraft with outboard last year and just didnít feel right,selling it this year and going back to the canoe.
  
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Re: Hunting with a kayak
Reply #16 - May 1st, 2021 at 9:14am
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Have thought about doing this myself,never got around to giving it a crack tho
  
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Re: Hunting with a kayak
Reply #17 - May 3rd, 2021 at 5:58pm
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Yip have used my kayak a Viking gt a bit for hunting. A short paddle can equal a massive walk in some places. Good fun. The gt isnít as long as the other Viking models.bit shorter and stabler but slower to paddle. Used it this weekend retrieving decoys. Good bit of kit
  
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