Jump to content


BST Users
  • Posts

  • Joined

  • Last visited


  • Interests (Hobbies, favorite activities, etc.):

Recent Profile Visitors

1,742 profile views
  1. Thanks for the honest reply, Sorry to hear all the negatives, unfortunately I’ve heard a lot of the same issues with Covid builds. I have a long list of pros/cons for class b or c and truck campers. Vans would be included but they are so over priced it’s not worth looking at, for me anyway. Great advice on the slide, I will be using it on the beach and out west in the winter, not always easy to get it level. I’ve had boats all my life and a buddy told me RV’s are very similar as far as repairs/maintenance, and like boats there isn’t a one size fits all…..Thanks again for getting back to me. Good luck this fall! walt
  2. @Sudsy hi sudsy, I was wondering how you like your rig after hopefully getting a lot of use this summer? It really looks like an awesome rig. I’m looking at class c, class b and truck campers, (I’ll be purchasing in the next year, year and a half) weighing the pros/cons for each. Hoping you could share what you like, dislike and if you would have done anything different. Thanks Walt
  3. waltw


    Won’t break the bank, I’ve had one for years, hooks on your surf belt out of the way. Island Genius Island Genius Sand Scoop and Shovel Digging Tools for Metal Detecting, Beach Shelling, Sand Sifter Metal·Black Last purchased on Jun 26, 2022 4.5 out of 5 stars 216 -25%$14.99$14.99Was: $19.99$19.99Details Get it as soon as Fri, June 23 FREE Shipping on orders over $25 shipped by Amazon Sold by Island Genius LLC and Fulfilled by Amazon. Buy Now Add to Cart
  4. Most of the bonafids I’ve seen on the water have trolling motors mounted on them, so you’ll have that option if you decide to go that way. I enjoy paddling, but the thing I like about the atak is the transom is rigged for a mounting plate that I can mount a trolling motor in the future. Fishing is a lot more challenging when your trying to hold a spot and fish with a paddle. I’ve never paddle the kayaks you’ve mentioned. Before the atak I had a tarpon 120, which I liked but the atak is wider and more stable. A lot of people are going the peddle route so I would think you’d be able to pick up a used paddle kayak for short money. Good luck with whatever you choose!
  5. Hey Matt, I have a wilderness atak 120 that I’m real happy with. I had the 140 but it was a little more than I needed, so I went to the 120. Very stable, No problem to stand and sight cast, imo it paddles well for a wide kayak and the fish finder pod keeps everything neat in the cockpit.
  6. Congrats to all the winners! thank you Tom for all the work
  7. Hi mtl, I’ve used this a few times and been happy with it, got a pass this year for ibsp, so selling this…Walt
  8. Hi Tom, I’ll take 3 please, your choice, thanks Walt
  9. Appreciate the reply’s…I’ll look into the saltiga…kml, it’s all yours if you want it, I plan on bringing the rod to a few tackle shops and put a few reels on it…if I like the feel of the saltiga and Eric’s is still available I’ll grab it….thanks again for the recommendations
  10. Hey all, I’ve had this rod for a while, looking for a new reel. It’ll be used for blackfish/fluke on six pack and a private boat. It’s a conventional rod, I don’t mind going high end. what reel would you guys recommend? thanks!
  • Create New...