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#11045442 - 08/16/15 01:47 PM EddyLine C-135 Arriving Soon At Angler's Pro Tackle & Outdoors
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We are excited to announce we have added Eddyline to our already great line-up of kayaks. For those of you not familiar with Eddyline, they won "Best of Show" at ICast 2015 with their C135 kayak pictured below. We should be getting in our first shipment soon.



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#11045474 - 08/16/15 02:03 PM Re: EddyLine C-135 Arriving Soon At Angler's Pro Tackle & Outdoors [Re: APT]
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Beautiful kayak!

Price is a bit steep for a non pedal drive kayak though, and in my opinion with a weight of 70# it's not exactly what I'd consider light weight.
I'm sure they will sell a lot of them!
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#11045491 - 08/16/15 02:11 PM Re: EddyLine C-135 Arriving Soon At Angler's Pro Tackle & Outdoors [Re: Jimbo]
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Originally Posted By: Jimbo
Beautiful kayak!

Price is a bit steep for a non pedal drive kayak though, and in my opinion with a weight of 70# it's not exactly what I'd consider light weight.
I'm sure they will sell a lot of them!


Just another option for our customers. Our list of manufacturers we offer continues to grow. Native, Wilderness, Old Town, Ocean, Kaku, Bote, Nucanoe and now Eddyline. As with shoes, everyone has their own taste, and one size doesn't fit all.
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#11046043 - 08/16/15 08:01 PM Re: EddyLine C-135 Arriving Soon At Angler's Pro Tackle & Outdoors [Re: APT]
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69 lbs for a 13 1/2 footer does seem light.

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#11046451 - 08/17/15 06:21 AM Re: EddyLine C-135 Arriving Soon At Angler's Pro Tackle & Outdoors [Re: APT]
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Rick, I bet it sells really well and I'm glad to see you are adding it. Its aesthetics are off-the-chart. I hope we see some early performance videos showing how it performs BTB and deep offshore. At 34" width and 13.5' . . . and as sleek as it is, this might be a real contender for those purposes. There is still that significantly large category of kayakers who prefer to paddle loving the simplicity of a sort of minimalist set-up and rigging.

69 lbs. sounds light to me and that'll also be another reason it'll grab attention. That would be a super easy kayak to cart/carry across a wide beach. Two kayakers with these could assist each other and make short work of setting up to go out.

I'd say a great river canoe, too, except I just don't know if I could scratch up something that beautiful. Ha!

Brad

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