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Old 02-18-2005, 10:20 AM
JimW JimW is offline
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I think if you are going to be fishing out of it go no rudder, less to hang up on.

I don't know much about the new Pungos but the old one has a skeg keel which helps it track well. From your experience in the canoe you know how to use the paddle as a rudder, same deal in the yak.

Don't overlook the importance of a good paddle.

I've got some gear from Billington sea that they gave in barter for advertising. I'll get it up on auction here. Pumps, straps and cushy seats.
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