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    Quote Originally Posted by squatch View Post
    Looks like a lot of thought went into that rig. If it works for you, Great!

    But there is more hardware on that rig than I have on my jet. I prefer not to paddle bass boats myself.

    For me yaks and canoes are about simplicity and KISS principle. paddle, PFD, and a rod or 2. I will go as far as a backrest. But that's just me.

    When I think about the several times I slid out over the gunnel as the boat was tipping in the Ozarks this spring. The thought of sliding over that hardware gives me the willie's.
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    Small Fry teamflanneloutdoors is on a distinguished road teamflanneloutdoors's Avatar
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    Mine is pretty plain jane. I don't want anything on the outside of my Kayak that won't still be there after a log jam. Be it over, or under, or around, or especially through. No disrespect, just me and how/where I fish sometimes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by teamflanneloutdoors View Post
    Mine is pretty plain jane. I don't want anything on the outside of my Kayak that won't still be there after a log jam. Be it over, or under, or around, or especially through. No disrespect, just me and how/where I fish sometimes.
    My yak, rarely used, is more of a floating tackle box for long trips on small streams. I get out to fish 99.9% of the time.

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    That's exactly what I use mine for!

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