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    Anyone know anything about this yak??Found one on market place with a cart,paddle,anchor trolley and shallow water pole for $500. I had to put off getting my dream yak for a while because of my wifeís health. But Iím missing my favorite time to fish and am gonna get a used one until I can get what I want.


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    Seems good enough to get you out on the water and fishing. I went and checked it out on their website. What is your dream kayak?

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    Native ultimate 12 fx. For the places I fish and the way I fish I think it would be perfect. Was leaning strongly toward the titan but I just fish too much shallow water.


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    Would be hard to go wrong with the kayak and all the products that come with it. 35'' wide will be very stable.
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    I love Native kayaks and I love my Titan. You can always pull the drive up and paddle if you need to. I think until you can purchase the dream kayak like Stump said, would be hard to go wrong with the perception.
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    Iím pretty sure it would be a pretty good upgrade from the tamarack.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Damion Kidd View Post
    I’m pretty sure it would be a pretty good upgrade from the tamarack.


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    ABSOLUTELY! Just by looking at the seat I can certainly say yes to that one. lol. My tamarack did me well but it wasn't the best thing for any length of time on the water. The perception with the raised seat and padding it's going to be a game changer probably for you. Going from my tamarack to the titan surely was.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperDave336 View Post
    ABSOLUTELY! Just by looking at the seat I can certainly say yes to that one. lol. My tamarack did me well but it wasn't the best thing for any length of time on the water. The perception with the raised seat and padding it's going to be a game changer probably for you. Going from my tamarack to the titan surely was.
    Iíve been fishing out of a borrowed field and stream. It hurts me worse than the tamarack.


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    I could do 3,4 maybe 5 hrs max in my tamarack before I had to be out. Being able to stand and sit in a raised position and stretch some while in kayak makes a huge difference.
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    Well my luck it sold before I could get off work yesterday. Trying to make a deal on a used bonafide now.


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