Kayak Hunting 101

Discussion in 'Boats, Blinds, & Gadgets Forum' started by Thinblueline, Dec 24, 2020.

  1. WestKyHunt

    WestKyHunt Senior Refuge Member

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    IMG_20210913_075305_666.jpg scored a great deal on this kayak on FB. Will he much better than dragging my Ascend H12 a mile back
     
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  2. Iammichael6499

    Iammichael6499 Senior Refuge Member

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    I occasionally hunt from an Old Town kayak too, except mine is a 16’ “Loon 160”. Very fast, easy to paddle/track (rudder for super windy open water) lots of room for a few dozen decoys and gear, super stable in rough water, etc. I added diy stake out brackets for my diy fiberglass anchor pole. I can stand up and clog in it if I feel the urge. The camo paint job is my doing. I’m in my very late 60’s and still enjoy the “challenging” hunting methods. I also have an 18’ jet outboard rig that can get me places the kayak can’t … such as 20 miles up river … and a pulk sled for remote backwaters that are inaccessible by any kind of boat.
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  3. stevena198301

    stevena198301 Elite Refuge Member Supporting Member

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    If you get to where you don’t use that H12, I may be willing to pick it up off of you.
     
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  4. WestKyHunt

    WestKyHunt Senior Refuge Member

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    I'll keep that in mind!

    May be moving across the country in January and I'm debating bringing it with me
     
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