Wanted to Buy...cheap 1 or 2 man kayak

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  1. Dan Reynolds

    Dan Reynolds Member

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    I'm looking for a low budget entry level kayak, either one seater or two. Anyone have a plastic kayak collecting dust?

    My wife loved it last summer when we rented one and she'd love to have one.

    (It's really a scheme to get me more fishin time, her kayak and i fish...shhhhhh, don't tell)

    dan
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    Andy Workin in a sweet mullet

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    I have a canoe that is collecting dust. It has a hole in the bottom due to the Stilly. We took it down the NF this summer with two of us in it and it was quite an adventure. We did put a patchable hole in it, best part: its free!!!!!!
     
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    I fear no beer Member formerly known as Mark

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    Dan,
    I've got a Perception Dancer collecting dust. It's been used very little. In very good shape and stored in my basement.
    It comes with neoprene skirt, 2 piece wooden paddle, and thule rack attachments for $450.

    Mark

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