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I know bieng the gulf south's team...We have a lot of fans here that kayak. Post a picture of your yak!!

Here's my old one. Field and stream. Really good kayak...just wanted something better. Getting the feel free lure 11.5 Wed.. But, anyway.....here's a pic of old one..

 

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I'll try to grab a picture of my Native Slayer Propel the next time I go. I don't have any gadgets on it but it's a great boat.
 

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Today I saw a BlueSky Kayak. It's a tandem solo pedal drive.
cost 3,500 completely rigged for fishing. I think it's revolutionary and probably the best fishing kayak out there right now. It can fit in the bed of a truck. Weighs less than 145 lbs and has wheels mounted for easy maneuvering on land. You can sit high above the waterline which is a big plus when sight fishing.
They're developing a battery motor that will swap out with the pedal drive with the turn of a few screws.

Check it out.
Blue Sky Boatworks | Off the shore, on to adventure!
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Today I saw a BlueSky Kayak. It's a tandem solo pedal drive.
cost 3,500 completely rigged for fishing. I think it's revolutionary and probably the best fishing kayak out there right now. It can fit in the bed of a truck. Weighs less than 145 lbs and has wheels mounted for easy maneuvering on land. You can sit high above the waterline which is a big plus when sight fishing.
They're developing a battery motor that will swap out with the pedal drive with the turn of a few screws.

Check it out.
Blue Sky Boatworks | Off the shore, on to adventure!
1538015935267.png
1538016110814.png
1538016135133.png
I've seen them in person. It's cool but has some definitely drawbacks, especially in LA. Pedal drives with props don't always work super well when it's shallow and grassy, which is quite often. This is obviously not something that will paddle easily. Also, it demands a truck bed or a trailer. There's no tossing it on the roof of your vehicle. But I did see a couple in Grand Isle and they did the trick there in the open water.
 

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Not my kayak, it belongs to a friend. He took this 9 ft. gator from the kayak on opening day of the season on the Pascagoula River in Mississippi. IMG_20180901_110656.jpgIMG_20180901_110656.jpg
 

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