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kickers #13906834 03/01/21 07:26 PM
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where can I get some Kickapoo Kickers for use on my water wagon

Re: kickers [Re: Scone] #13908485 03/02/21 11:04 PM
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Welcome to the TFF.
Look on eBay and Amazon. They are sold under several names like Fishmaster Paddle Pushers.

Read these before buying them:
https://www.floattubefishing.com/float-tube-accessories/float-tube-fins/
https://texasfishingforum.com/forums/ubbthreads.php/topics/13485481/heel-kicker#Post13485481

My summary: They Suuuuck. Buy diving fins instead.

Re: kickers [Re: PowerLizard] #13914828 03/08/21 01:24 PM
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Fins are ok but you must remember we are in Texas and we have snakes and gators.
With kickers you can see where you are going esp. around stumps and creeks.
Esp. in the spring when it seems snakes are really aggressive. Fins have advantage
I have both. If I am going a long way in open water I will use fins (remember you are going backwards). Then when I get to
fishing spot I will go to shore and put on kickers to go from tree to tree looking for crappie and snakes.

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