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  1. Nope. I usually loop some cord on them and lash them to an eyelet or somewhere on the hull so I can pull em and never lose em. Especially if I forget and load the yak on the vehicle.
  2. Not true, certain reservoirs allow kayaks to be brought in for the day, steam cleaned and launched... I think Rondout is one, but I never kayaked DEP reservoirs. Edit: 4 reservoirs allow it...
  3. Not you, OP (Drudedon)...
  4. The document only specifies pedal and sail so paddle only should be fine...
  5. For those who fish DEP reservoirs, I received the final rule document as a pdf, so you’ll have to search the web for it. NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF FINAL RULE New York City Department of Environmental Protection NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN PURSUANT TO THE AUTHORITY VESTED IN THE COMMISSIONER OF THE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION BY Sections 1043(c) and 1403(a) of the New York City Charter and Sections 24-302, 24-315, 24-326, 24-327, 24-346 and 24-359 of the Administrative Code of the City of New York that the Department promulgates and adopts these “Rules for the Recreational Use of Water Supply Lands and Waters.” This new rule may affect some of you on Page 6: “Clarifies that pedal kayaks or kayaks with sails are not allowed as a Recreational Boat. o NYCDEPisprohibitingtheseduetotheconcernsoverinvasivespeciessuchas Zebra mussels and Hydrilla that may be found on these types of kayaks. The effectiveness of steam cleaning these types of accessories may not be enough to effectively guard against invasive species from entering NYCDEP Reservoirs or Controlled Lakes.”
  6. I have a 9’ Stealth in excellent shape but am in Putnam County NY with no plans for a trip to MA/RI anytime soon...
  7. Where are you located?
  8. Surf, anything that will hit small artificials. Thank you
  9. Thanks Bantis, 7 days ain’t bad either. I remember 14 days for some reason... gettin’ old. Napeague Bay seems like a nice place to launch and score a mixed bag.
  10. Mr. Song, I’m headed to the homeland the last 2 weeks of August. I’ll be on Jeju island for 3 days. Would it be worth it for me to bring some gear? Any permits required? I plan to C&R anyway. Thank you.
  11. I’m impressed, I thought HH only took 2 week reservations in June but maybe at the height of the summer. Enjoy!
  12. Thanks Ozifish, that video is enough to keep my money in my pocket!
  13. Anyone have one? Tempting to get one for Ss & Ggs...
  14. Scott, I've been looking for one of these. I'll take it, thanks. Sam
  15. So maybe you can: 1) See if someone has a new version hullavator and 2019 Outback to confirm this issue for yourself 2) See if someone has a 2019 Outback and older style hullavator to test compatibility If #2 works out, return, sell, or trade your new hullavator for an older model. Where are you located? I am in Putnam County NY & have older hullavators