How's your GAS lately?

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Re: How's your GAS lately?

Postby Rambler » Jun Mon 29, 2020 12:06 pm

My new Daiwa Tatula rod arrived today. Seems like a great rod. Can't wait to try it out.

Now if would only cool off a bit out there.
Keep calm and fish on...

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Re: How's your GAS lately?

Postby Grain » Jun Mon 29, 2020 12:37 pm

Everyone is GASing, why should not I be doing the same?
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Re: How's your GAS lately?

Postby Rambler » Jun Mon 29, 2020 12:42 pm

Nice yak! Details?
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Re: How's your GAS lately?

Postby Grain » Jun Mon 29, 2020 1:43 pm

Rambler wrote:Nice yak! Details?

It's a 10" Perception Prodigy, rigged for fishing, with three rod holders, anchor trolley (and anchor). Weighs ~45 lbs, so I can easily put it on top of a car myself. It's not new, couple of years old I've been told. It feels and handles like a quality small recreational yak - my other kayak is Pamlico 100 and they are about the same.
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