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Pretty sure I found the kayak I want....Kaku wahoo

ragincajun92ragincajun92 Kingsland GaPosts: 459 Deckhand
I came across a kaku wahoo and it looks awesome and seems like it will meet my needs. Just curious if any one owns one and your thoughts on it.
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  • jcanracerjcanracer Posts: 4,344 Moderator
    http://kakukayak.com/wahoo/
    Never seen one in person, much less paddle one, but the specs look ok for an inshore paddler.
    Hobie Kayak angler for life!
  • Android77Android77 Posts: 498 Deckhand
    Don't understand all these new experts on kayaks. At the launch for the Extreme Tournament there were 120 kayaks and only 10 were not Hobies. And not one Tarpon 120 or any paddle kayak under 14 feet. Maybe the new experts know something the rest of us don't.
  • quatinquatin Posts: 598 Officer
    Android77 wrote: »
    Don't understand all these new experts on kayaks. At the launch for the Extreme Tournament there were 120 kayaks and only 10 were not Hobies. And not one Tarpon 120 or any paddle kayak under 14 feet. Maybe the new experts know something the rest of us don't.

    It's because 95% of the kayak industry in the US is geared towards lakes and bays. Offshore kayak anglers only account for a minute amount of sales, so there aren't a lot of kayaks designed for us. Now if you look at manufacturers in New Zealand or South Africa, you'll see long fiberglass skis, which are designed for distance and rough waters.
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