Discussion in 'Sea Fishing Forum - Shore, Boat & Kayak Fishing' started by carpyken, Nov 12, 2007.
Im a big fat brit
does the p13 stand for prowler13 ??
Would look at a P15 or an Elite tho mate - especially in our water :happy:
Yes it does mate, were you based?
you have a pm
When you looking at purchasing one Shark?
Be good to get you to try a few of our kayaks out. . . .
When the work picks-up im afriad :sad: im just getting ideas for prices, thanks
You might not get your ar$e in a scupper pro then.
Do you know Glenn, and I told a couple of the other lads this the other day..........While out fishing at south landing earlier in the week I thought to myself 'why oh why do I want a Dorado' - yes ok, they are quick, well made and look great BUT my Prowler Elite 4.5 has everything I need, its comfortable, I can sit side saddle - just like sitting on a park bench, my tackle is at hand to the left my rod pod to the right, its a fairly dry ride, its tough - you can chuck it about and drag it across scarrs and rocks, its comfortable, plenty of storage for everything including the trolley, its quick enough and handles a big sea fine. I know it inside out, the rudder works great and with the sail you can really crank it over in a good wind.
So why do I still want a Dorado? :crazy:
Because your'e slowly becoming a kayak tart Ken, like we all will, one day :wink:
To be honest mate I may save my money and get myself a dedicated enclosed cockpit sea kayak instead, I really enjoy my paddling too and thinking of a couple of long winded trips this summer inc the Eddystone again, maybe one of the Kazikazi Skuas.
As an all round fishing kayak I think the Prowlers take some beating. :happy:
Aye, Ken, i've always admired the original sea kayaks, but i didnt know you can get an enclosed cockpit. :gum: Looks like i'll have to do some reading up :happy:
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