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#12298188 - 06/16/17 11:53 PM New to Kayaking.
Jmachuca Offline
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Registered: 12/06/15
Posts: 29
I just moved to the Arlington area and want to start bass fishing from a kayak. What is a good kayak for a big guy like me to start off with? (270lbs and 5'11) Something I can stand up in to pitch and flip in brush and comfortable. TIA

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#12301008 - 06/19/17 11:54 AM Re: New to Kayaking. [Re: Jmachuca]
LMBasshunter Offline
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Registered: 06/18/17
Posts: 1
Loc: Ft. Worth
I'm pretty new myself so I'm no expert l. I'm a big guy myself (288lbs at 6'2"). I recently bought the ascent 128t from bass pro and I love it. I stood up for the first time this past weekend. A little wobbly but it was my first time.

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#12301120 - 06/19/17 12:53 PM Re: New to Kayaking. [Re: Jmachuca]
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