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Capt Skip, welcome to the dark side of fishing! You're gonna love the SOT for fishing.

Here are some pics of a rigged Perception Bimini.

http://paddlezone.net/mikek.htm

Now you just gotta figure out how to hook up the Yamaha F225 to the yak.[grin]

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Yo, nice looking yak! NG's yak is ugly but he catches a hell of alot of fish out of it. You are going to have some fun now!
 

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I didn't even know perception had a line of "fishing kayaks". I had to go to their website to see what you were talking about. Did you get it new? What dealer? Should be fast as 15 ft.
 

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Sorry for not being here more but I have been very busy.
I bought the Bimini from Ocean Adventures in Chincoteague. It is new and very nice. I got to paddle tonight and feel it pretty fast but don't have much to compare to. Just learning how to paddle straight is tough. Plan is to paddle a few mornings for a week or two before actually trying to fish. After a half hour of paddleing I called it anight. I then collected 5 differant species of submerged grasses which has taken over our cove. Looking forward to adding a depthfinder.
 

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Here is a good article titled "Paddling Straight"

http://www.kayakfishingstuff.com/articles_view.asp?Kayak_Articles=18
 

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Skipcome down to Va Beach, and ill help get you started, hell I would like to do some paddling around Chincoteague this summer. My number is 757-403-0734.
 
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