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  1. #1
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    i finally took the plunge and bought a hobie pro angler 14. what had i been thinking? fish beware, i am among you.

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    NICE! A friend of mine got one a few weeks ago as well. I hope I get to try his out! I want to see how much better I like it, compared to my Hobie Outback.
    David Merical
    Ankeny, Iowa

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    Where you going to use it? There's no water around Columbus. Seriously, this time of the early the aroma of bream beds should be wafting through town. Don?t get run over by a barge on the Tombigbee.

    Came through Columbus couple of weeks back, thought about you but had no idea which drugstore you work at.
    Last edited by Uncle Jesse; 05-29-2013 at 12:57 AM.
    It's easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled. Mark Twain

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    Congrats and welcome to the addiction! You will love the stealth that a kayak gives you. I have literally spooked fish within arms reach of me as I glided beside them in my yak.

    I also understand your excitement at the new purchase. I just recently got my van rigged up to car-top my kayak, after my wife traded in her truck for an SUV many months ago. I'm frothing at the mouth thinking about where I want to go!

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    Nice purchase. I picked up a sit in last year and have used it many times catching fish where i dont have to rub elbows with other fisherman. Already loking at a RIDE 135. If you cant afford a boat this is he next best thing. Good luck

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    Alright, I was perfectly happy with my Hobie Outback until you had to call my attention to this new model Now I have to spend the next year or so looking for a great bargain to buy one (which I probably won't find) so I'll have to talk my wife into why I need to upgrade to this model. It looks like a great fishing kayak. One question though, does this new model give you any options for going in reverse or is it still put down the fly rod grab the paddle? Jim Smith

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