redfishkiller

are kayaks boats?

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technically yes,

but in the true sense of the word, fishing boat, do they qualify?

 

I say any water conveyance device, that can't actually carry a days worth of beer, simply cannot be classified as a "fishing" boat.

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boat

bōt/

noun

1.

a small vessel propelled on water by oars, sails, or an engine.

"a fishing boat"

synonyms:vessel, craft, watercraft, ship;

literarykeel

"a wooden boat"

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1 min ago, seadogface said:

boat

bōt/

noun

1.

a small vessel propelled on water by oars, sails, or an engine.

"a fishing boat"

synonyms:vessel, craft, watercraft, ship;

literarykeel

"a wooden boat"

so we agree, no its not, thank you

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17 mins ago, Shaky86 said:

Mine can hold a days worth of beer. 

you realize you need a 48 qt cooler for that, correct?

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Wrong!

 

A 33qt cooler will 48 cans. That's good for 24 beers and plenty of ice. And it fits on the back of my kayak. 

 

You're wrong and your thread sucks. 

 

Go hangout with RR in the corner. 

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13 mins ago, Shaky86 said:

This is a serious discussion please leave reds tits out of it

hey, **** you!

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Goose Hummock Shop has a much easier and faster time launching their twin 39' Contender trailer boats than some of the geared-up yaks.

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3 hours ago, 2sammich said:

I thought they were in the "sled" family.

key-rect. dick sled to be exact. just like jetskis. 

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