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11/6/15 10:18 P

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Been kayaking a long time. When I got married, my wife didn't think she would enjoy it, but she decided to try it. I put her in mine.......I couldn't get her out of it. Now she owns her own and we love the time on the water together. ...... Always glad to hear of others enjoying it as well.

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10/11/15 2:57 P

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Hey, thanks for the guide!! That'll be helpful!

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10/10/15 9:48 A

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How cool! Someday I hope that will be me too. I fell in love with my friends Kayak on a sailing trip the summer before last. I'd never done either before (or since) but could imagine myself really getting into kayaking. There is a Kayak buyers guide here: www.paddling.net

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9/11/15 12:22 A

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Thank you! I'll start looking for a used one.

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9/10/15 7:31 A

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Think of buying kayak as an investment. They last forever. Buy good paddles. Economic. Buy year end model. Saves hundreds. Buy quality . Poorly made kayaks will not go straight in water.

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9/9/15 10:12 A

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I was wondering if anyone here had any advice for me on a kayak? I don't have one. I need a lightweight one that can support my weight of perhaps 190 lbs. I will have to haul it up and down my vehicle, a Honda Element, by myself, hence a total weight of 50 lbs. or under would be best. Any suggestions from experienced people? emoticon My long term goal is be strong enough to be able to kayak next summer.

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