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Rick,

 

There are plenty of others out there, I frequent many. The problem is, you can not post about them here on SOL. Please make sure you take a look at the guidelines , located on the blue bar at the top pf the forums.

 

 

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Ohh! I will keep that in mind while posting here! I was just trying too see if I was missing any good forums! Only been kayak fishing for a month now and getting good ideas from several forums.

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View PostOhh! I will keep that in mind while posting here! I was just trying too see if I was missing any good forums! Only been kayak fishing for a month now and getting good ideas from several forums.

 

There are alot of others but many are pretty dead and all have some posts that are not true. Or of a guys opinion that may not be the same as your once you get more experience. So take everything with a grain of salt and learn what works best for you before drilling lots of holes in your boat. Have you seen any of the new Delta Catfish on the water yet in BC? Thats where they are made.

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View PostThere are alot of others but many are pretty dead and all have some posts that are not true. Or of a guys opinion that may not be the same as your once you get more experience. So take everything with a grain of salt and learn what works best for you before drilling lots of holes in your boat. Have you seen any of the new Delta Catfish on the water yet in BC? Thats where they are made.

 

That is why I was looking for more options when looking at other forums, Barrell! I haven't drilled any holes yet as the OK PT-13 is pretty well equipped. I am also thinking that less is better. Just take what you need for your afternoon of fishing. Two poles, paddle, PFD, and the tackle you need.

I did make these for my kayak just to keep them from moving in the holes. I am a machinist by trade.

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