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  1. #31
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    Default Starzz Sweet choice!

    Starzz, that looks like a nice little boat! Nice price too!

  2. #32
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    Quote Originally Posted by tat
    If anyone goes the Old Town and sees a Dirigo 120, I'd like to know how much one goes for. I know someone who wants one.

    thanks!

    I think that you will find tat they run about 589 all the time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starzz
    I was to Old Town to the sale this morning and I got a Cayuga 146 and paddle for just under $700US.
    Nice! RULOST2? and I used to do some kayaking. Many years ago...

    Now, I'd have to tip the ting over to get out. Not something I can visualize! LOL!

    Sheesh! Tough getting old. Even worse being fat and getting old!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhereRWe?
    Nice! RULOST2? and I used to do some kayaking. Many years ago...

    Now, I'd have to tip the ting over to get out. Not something I can visualize! LOL!

    Sheesh! Tough getting old. Even worse being fat and getting old!
    that's why God invented bass boats with built in coolers....
    Once the game is over, the king and the pawn go back in the same box.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starzz
    I was to Old Town to the sale this morning and I got a Cayuga 146 and paddle for just under $700US.
    Awesome. That was a great deal.
    Blazing Troll

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    Default Kayak

    Thanks dave

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    I have another question... Does my kayak need any floatation bags?

    Sue

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starzz
    I have another question... Does my kayak need any floatation bags?

    Sue

    if I remember correctly that boat is made from polylink. If it is it will float on its own. And if there dry stores on the boat than that will keep it up for awhile.

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    It is made of Variable Layer Polyethylene.

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    More floatation makes your boat safer. Floatation bags are a good idea even if you have dry storage.

    You can test your boat (and your techniques) by tipping over. Choose a safe place with someone around to help, just in case.

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