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Ha-ha. My wife is totally on board now. :)

But ill need an option that is tandem while still performing solo well.
 

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Get you one
Get her one

Lol.
We live in the city. Storage is at a premium. I have a shed that can handle one. But we have an extra bedroom that can hoist both....hmmmm....


I think the tandem is going to be more of an easy sell to her. She will come 1 out of 10 times. But the 1 time is what facilitates the wife acceptance factor.
 
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I hear ya. I think the Louisiana Sportsman Show in Gonzales will have a few stores present. I know the Bayou Coast Kayak Fishing Club will have a spot out there.
 
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Any recommendations for a tandem shorter than 14ft?
TBH, since I went Hobie, I don't know what would be a good alternative.

Head over to Masseys on Carrolton and talk to the guys out there. They will be very helpful. I think they also have demo days.
 

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Well after talking to the wife, we have decided a single is best after all. Also, my shed is actually 12 feet, so that's a limiting factor as well.

I'm looking at the ocean kayak Trident 11, the feel free 11.5 and the Jackson coosa.

Any thoughts?
 

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I don't.

You're supposed to register it if you put a motor on it... not interested in that.
But you don't have problems getting to where you're going without it? My bud and I were going no where in his boat without that motor given the wind.
 
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I'd go demo some for sure before you buy.

The wind can be brutal, but it's manageable.
 

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