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Old 16-10-2016, 13:46   #31
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what i didnt like about sit on tops is wetbutt. sea water wetbutt. nope. is why i use sit inside--and i can carry more inside my perception swifty than on top of a sit on top for provisioning.
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I like perceptions and watch craigslist for one... I'm torn... I see myself using the kayak for provisioning, hitting the beach to fish, or just paddling around. Then I see my neighbors kayak full of skanky water. Your other post about where to stow was helpful. Thanks for making my decision more difficult again.
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I like perceptions and watch craigslist for one... I'm torn... I see myself using the kayak for provisioning, hitting the beach to fish, or just paddling around. Then I see my neighbors kayak full of skanky water. Your other post about where to stow was helpful. Thanks for making my decision more difficult again.

h ah ah aha ha ha ha ha h ahappy to be of positive service h aha ha
i stow mine upside down. errrr bottoms up
my kayaks have a water letteroutter on top , aft--unscrew the plug and let er rip--out comes the water ye dont want to deal with. easy peasy.
38 pounds of cant beat that
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