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  1. Peddle Drive Kayak. Located in Ventnor NJ Pelican Getaway. New $1000 plus tax. Upgraded seat was $140. Malone Kayak Beach cart was $240. Includibg a Paddle ($50). Great all around kayak that can be peddled, paddled or both. Only used a few times. Asking $950
  2. I am looking TRADE my E Bike, for a Pedal Fishing Kayak. Meet in Melville NY . I bought this bike in the Spring. I had it serviced including new brakes . I used it a few times on the beach without any issues. I appoligize for my post yesterday where I did not follow the guidelines.
  3. Stumbled across you guys, I'm from northern California. Wanting to learn more about stripers outta the surf. Caught this hawg last weekend from the 'yak, biggest I've ever pulled into the boat.
  4. Something a little different. I am selling a Point 65’ Tequila tandem modular kayak. It comes in three pieces and can be configured as a solo (2 piece) or tandem (3 piece). The modular design is great to keep in a basement or an apartment, without sacrificing any stability or safety. I’ve used it for many years and loved it but with two young kiddos, it’s gathering dust. It retails for $1999 https://a.co/d/icDI4Rr which only includes two backrests. I’m selling mine with the backrests, two paddles and an kayak anchor. All yours for $775.
  5. Hey guys long time lurker of this forum. I've been wanting to get into kayak fishing for some time now. I'm looking for a kayak in the sub $2000 range. I'm 6'2" and I'm 255 lbs. I really don't think I can afford a pedal drive system so I'm most likely going to have to paddle for now. I'm sort of leaning towards a Feel Free 11.5 lure which has a center council that I can switch out for a pedal drive system or a powered drive in the future. Are there any other kayaks I should be looking at in this price range. Oh by the way I do have kayak experience but it's been years since I've been on one. So I'm out of the loop and I'm just looking for a little knowledge and help. I'll most likely start off by going to local lakes and pond to "wet my feet" and become comfortable kayaking before I hit the bays and harbors of the Connecticut coast.
  6. Looking at new electronics to be used on a Hobie Revo 16...West Marine has great deals right now on the Raymarine Element 7HV and the Garmin Echo Map UHD 74sv (GT54 transducer). * The Garmin says it has "...unparalleled coverage and detail with preloaded BlueChart® g3 coastal charts featuring integrated Navionics® data"...the Raymarine has "Navionics+"...is the detail level of these charts similar to each other? What Garmin transducer seems to work best in a 2020 Hobie Revo? GT54/GT24/GT20... Any feedback re: experiences with either/both of these -- esp. the Raymarine, as that seems to be a particularly good deal -- would be greatly appreciated...the units in general, transducer compatibility/workability, minimum-sized battery needed to use the units in a kayak, other considerations.... TIA, Chris
  7. Something a little different. I am selling a Point 65’ Tequila tandem modular kayak. It comes in three pieces and can be configured as a solo (2 piece) or tandem (3 piece). The modular design is great to keep in a basement or an apartment, without sacrificing any stability or safety. I’ve used it for many years and loved it but with two young kiddos, it’s gathering dust. It retails for $1999 https://a.co/d/icDI4Rr which only includes two backrests. I’m selling mine with the backrests, two paddles and an kayak anchor. All yours for $775. Pick up in NYC.
  8. Selling my 2014 hobie outback with hobie crate and ctug cart. If you dont want the crate and cart ill reduce price to 1100. selling cuz i have a boat and i have 2 hobies. Dont need both hobies since i only use it less than 4x a year now. Cash only pick up only in brick, nj 08724
  9. Folks, I took a quick pass and didn't see this quirk of a topic. Apologies if I have missed something similar. I regularly fly fish from my Hobie Lynx and love it. I often cover 7-14 miles in a day chasing Stripers, Blues or Albies around New England. Recently I started wondering if I could use a Hobie sail kit to cover even more ground and have a little fun doing it. My main concern is my kit near the rear of my Yak includes a Hobie crate, a Micro Pole anchor, and usually a couple of fly rods (pic attached)-- but this is exactly where Hobie would like me to attach the sheet. Has anyone experimented with a hobie sail kit in conjunction with fishing gear? I could always go extremely light, ditching most of the extras and only taking a single pole but that only assures me I will need the exact opposite rod... Thoughts?
  10. OK, who here is going to try for smelt this year? I plan to get after them this fall/winter and will report on how it goes. Anyone here going to try? Kayak or shore? Ice? What bait are you going to use? let me know how it goes! send me a PM if you want to know where I am going and perhaps we can share intel!
  11. Sad to say I'm selling my Hobie Pro Angler 12. Purchased in 2014, just dont have the time to get her out on the water anymore. Meticulously cared for and in excellent condition with lots of accessories. Comes with all the standard equipment - mirage drive & vantage seat etc plus upgrades and accessories. Upgrades -Oversized Rudder -Full size secondary rudder control handle -2x Paddle holders with rod leash anchor points -Rubber side storage pockets -TackleWebs storage for vantage seat Accessories -Garmin Echo 150* -Standard Horizon HX300 VHF radio -Hobie PA12 cover -Hobie scupper cart with standard wheels -3 Scotty rod holders - 1 rocket launcher style, 2 baitcaster style -2 Scotty Rail mounts -Claw Anchor with chain and custom float -18" Drift sock -Crate with homemade PVC rod holders -Net -Airhorn -Homemade anchor trolley with all stainless steel hardware. *I recently moved and I'm working on locating the head unit for the Echo 150. I know I have it, I just need to find the right box its in. Located in western Suffolk county Long Island. Willing to travel within reasonable distances. Looking for $2500 for everything.
  12. Looking to sell my Old Town Sportsman 106 fishing kayak. I bought it in January, and have used it three times. It is a great boat, very stable and holds 450lbs. Plenty of room for a larger person like myself (6'2" 350lbs). I'm ready to upgrade to a pedal drive or powered unit. Looking for $900, cart not included. Located in Southern DE, willing to meet locally. Thanks for looking!
  13. Mint condition. Only used a couple times. $100.00 Located in CT
  14. Hello, I joined the club of Kayak anglers a few months ago. I fish in Mauritius, inside and outside lagoon, where the weather allows us to fish all year round I got a UltraLight Rod and Shimano Stradic FL 3000 which quickly become my main Rod. It's a bit small, but so light that It's super confortable to fish with all day long. However it's small when I cross the reef. I also have a Spinfisher 3500 on a medium heavy rod. I find it super heavy. Especially comparing it to other reels on the same size (daiwa BG RR 4000, A Stradic FL4000 for exemple). And even the drag is less than the Daiwa and Shimano. If i was fishing standing on a boat maybe it'd be better, but sitting in this kayak I don't find it great. Do you find the weight of this reel justified? I'm considering selling it but I never caught anything huge on it. (Biggest yet was a small 9lbs tuna on the UL set up) Thanks!
  15. Hey All, I purchased a 12ft Perception Pescador Pro last summer and am gearing it up for the season. I didn't have an anchor but quickly realized I need one. I primarily fish saltwater (Buzzard's Bay, Deer Island, Quincy, etc). Will be fishing all sorts of bottoms depending what I'm going for. I want to outline my thought process and get any feedback from more experienced guys. 3lb grapnel anchor Chain (necessary? was thinking 3ft should be plenty, not sure how thick it should be) Dive reel with 150ft of rope (should allow me to anchor properly in 20ft water, right?) Buoy (above handle in case need to drop anchor - could probably just use pool noodle?) Anchor trolley Quick release clip (attaching the reel to the boat/trolley) Is there anything else I'm missing? Thanks
  16. Hi last year was really my first year kayak fishing for fluke. I got a older petal drive kayak in fall. I would like to go out for blue fish and stripers this year with it. How do you guys organize your tackle. There’s limited space that’s within reach and no room under the seat of my yak. I normally surf fish and I don’t see my surf bag being a great option.
  17. I have been doing some striper fishing out of my kayak in the bay and rivers of NJ but I am not happy with the length of my rod handle. The handle portion seems too long to fish while siting in my kayak. What rod do you guys recommend for fishing back bay/river stripers & blues from a kayak?
  18. Forgive me if I'm not asking this is the correct area. Now don't get jealous I just bought a Swifty 9.5 for fishing on a small local pond. Why you may ask, I need something I can pull on a cart behind a small segway. Due to the amount of wind on the pond I believe that skegs would be a huge plus since the pond catches a fair amount of wind. The swifty does not have a flat surface on the back to mount a skeg. What I am wondering if I can use 2 small skegs one on each side at an angle or am I better off to install a rudder?
  19. Went for a run around the hood. In the trash pile/junk pile i see a crate with a note that says “free”. Found some pvc in the garage and this is my new creation. Ready for spring!
  20. Native Slayer Propel MAX 12.5 Bought in 2021, only used once in the salt. Comes as is with the drive, no electronics/paddle/etc. $1800 picked up in Bourne/Buzzards Bay area
  21. Please help. I just had the most frustrating day of excellent fishing. Every time I put the anchor down it would just drag along the bottom as the current pulled me off the structure. When I finally had the anchor secure on the structure and cleeted on the yak, the current was pulling the yak under. how do you guys anchor your kayaks on structure?
  22. This Lowrance elite 7 TI fishfinder is as new as possible. Bought it from tackle direct to replace my hummingbird, then moved to Florida and gave up kayak fishing. Maybe taken out of the box once, maybe not. That’s how pristine it is. $100 plus $15 shipping
  23. Just removed this great ladder rack from my F150 in order to install a cap.... This is a Thule black steel ladder rack made to fit all full size pick up trucks. I've used it to carry rods, kayaks and just about everything ... $300 Pick up in Southeast Ma will deliver within 15 miles of Middleboro... rack pictures.zip
  24. Like new. Two chargers and two batteries… Because I left the first radio at a boat ramp. $35 + $10 shipping
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