Jay in the Bay

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  1. I trust Paulie D to solve the inflation issue before I would any of the clowns in this adminstration...
  2. Fair-share
  3. Thanks for your reply! I was looking at Old Towns too but I like the fin drive on Hobies so I can get in really shallow without having to flip up the drive.
  4. Good morning! I have the opportunity buy either one of these (or both) used and need advice on which would be best per my needs and experience.... Needs: Looking for something for inshore fishing in Southwest Florida... want something versatile that can handle not only shallows, but also rivers and bays. This will be strictly for fishing, however I would like to take it on recreational paddles as well. Transportation is limited to a compact car, so unless I attach a hitch and trailer it (which is least preferable), I'll need to carry it on a roof rack. That said, is there significant weight differences/issues between the two? I would also at some point plan to use a motor with it as well. Experience: I have lifelong experience in motor boats. For kayaks, I have none. I tested some paddle vs pedal and love the pedal for fishing, obviously. Would the PA12 be too advanced for my level, or would I "grow" into it? My desire is to buy one and use it for a long period of time and not look to upgrade in a year or two. I also read the post re: lower back pain, which I unfortunately experience, so that would need to be taken into consideration. Based on my initial research, and without seeing either in person, I am leaning toward the PA12 for it's functionality as a fishing vessel. My concern is that it would be too heavy and bulky to transport, and too bulky to maneuver on the water, esp. in tight areas. Thank you in advance for your advice and feedback!
  5. I can tell through the see-through material that this is indeed true...
  6. Pluto TV is a great option for channel flippers. It has a channel guide feature just like cable TV
  7. Liberals/Democrats want to normailize (and legalize) ped0philia, so they won't be charged with a crime when they get caught diddling and trafficking young kids.
  8. LOL... I do have basic tools like a drill and hammer. I just don't have any power saws, power sanders, or other power tools that would make some of the more intricate shapes of cuts.
  9. Looks good Popasilov. I'm looking for something as "not DIY" as possible, as I don't have access to many tools
  10. I am looking for a ceiling rod storage system and came across this rack, which is mostly designed for kayak and ladder storage. However, it looks like it has some practical use as a rod storage rack. Does anyone have this? If so, my questions... -how many rods are you fitting on it, with reels attached? - the support rods of the rack have a bit of an incline toward the center... with this incline, are the rods still staying put? Thanks!!
  11. I have one... it's currently on a MH Ugly Stick conv rod. Prior to that, it was on conv 6'6 Shakespeare Sturdy Stik. Both have been great without having to break the bank.
  12. Beautiful? is that the "$15 pier"?
  13. PM'd you a question
  14. I like these in theory but for 20 rods, I figure I would need a lot of them. I'm looking for something easy and compact. Unless you have a photo as an example?