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7 hours ago, grawk said:

I bought a kayak yesterday, and may be buying 2 more today.  

Yesterday: Dagger Torrent 10.0 (pick it up next weekend)

Today: Dagger Juice 7.1, Dagger Mamba 8.6 (probably on both)

Awesome, those will be a ton of fun!

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Fine... 

Thinking hard about a Hobie Getaway.   Been too slow on the used ones near me and the local dealers don’t have any tricks to deal with Hobie’s horrible supply chain.   Signed up fo

I decided to go custom  I'll get some pictures after I ensure all my fingers are intact. I ordered some of these: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B075K4CTYM/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o01_s01?i

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didn’t get the mamba, guy never replied. Did get the juice. i’ll have to get better to use that. 

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This looks like fun. Picking up Kasia’s new Hobie Lynx. 

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It is super light, but wide so I would guess better than most kayaks. 

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Sweet Hobie!  We are planning to get a tandem Hobie pedal kayak but haven't found a way to haul it with a trailer.  

Jealous of the trip, Dan!

For those of you not on FB, Yumi and I packrafted for 3 days/2 nights on the San Miguel and Dolores rivers (about 27 miles).  I was a bit nervous the first day (it was my first time packrafting) but it was awesome!  Will post pics later. 

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Built a bunch of new rigging for the Laser. Used lots of locking eye splices and designed it with shackles to cut down the rigging time. We had to cut the Cunningham after not being able to get a bowline knot out of the Dyeema when out in about 10 mph wind. Now that should be a lot easier. Just waiting on one more shackle and then hopefully we will be able to try it all out.

 

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On 6/1/2021 at 2:29 PM, shellylh said:

Sweet Hobie!  We are planning to get a tandem Hobie pedal kayak but haven't found a way to haul it with a trailer.  

Jealous of the trip, Dan!

For those of you not on FB, Yumi and I packrafted for 3 days/2 nights on the San Miguel and Dolores rivers (about 27 miles).  I was a bit nervous the first day (it was my first time packrafting) but it was awesome!  Will post pics later. 

You might look at Trailex (they build the Hobie branded trailers) as well as Genesis (but looks like only pick-up in Michigan) and Carnai. I think those are the usual choices other than custom. I imagine the issue though is hauling it not finding one that fit the kayaks…

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