Wave Walker rigged for fishing

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OnTheFly

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I like the simple practical design he has come up with. With a little imagination, resourcefulness and machanical skills, one could easily put together something to suite their needs. Ninja is one of these people and could probably put together something better. imo
 
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cool lil setup he has there.. i really llike my 'toon tho... Ive seen some guys go outta PC with just kayaks rigged for fishing, pretty neat.. really like my 'toon tho!!
 
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Where's his water pump?!? You would definitely need on if you tried to use that thing at Pacific City. Those guys in FL have no idea what waves are, and the WaveWalker is fine for that stuff.

The rigging is pretty similar to most other fishing kayaks though
 
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Where's his water pump?!? You would definitely need on if you tried to use that thing at Pacific City. Those guys in FL have no idea what waves are, and the WaveWalker is fine for that stuff.

Good point. Maybe they don't mind drowing...but, I'd prefer a different method for checking out myself! LOL
 
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cool lil setup he has there.. i really llike my 'toon tho... Ive seen some guys go outta PC with just kayaks rigged for fishing, pretty neat.. really like my 'toon tho!!

Yeah, I think I'd prefer a toon too. The seating is definitely lacking in a Wave Walker. Toons have a comfy looking seat, you can stand, have 2 oars, and are probably just as stable (but, please correct me if I'm wrong on anything).
 
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You can also have oars on the WW, i really like this idea but not a fan of not seeing one in person before i buy it.
Yeah, I think I'd prefer a toon too. The seating is definitely lacking in a Wave Walker. Toons have a comfy looking seat, you can stand, have 2 oars, and are probably just as stable (but, please correct me if I'm wrong on anything).
 
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