reel stamas wrote: »
I have both a Revo 13 & OB & you can't stand up (or even really lean over) in a Revo... just sayin'... (& there's not any appreciable difference in speed)
glen wrote: »
I don't really agree with not being able to stand up in the revo I took mine out yesterday and sight fished all day didn't seem tippy to me. But I also paddle board if that has anything to do with it..
blazing_reels wrote: »
Bump someone's got to know someone with one for sale...
jrivera wrote: »
The outback is deff more stable than the revo. The revo has a slimmer and slicker profile also lighter than the outback but also tippier since it's more narrow. Having owned both at one point they both have there pro's and cons. One thing I noticed with both is neither are great when trying to land back on the beach with small to moderate breakers. They track pretty bad once the rudder goes up and you grab a paddle on the way back in imho.
Android77 wrote: »
Why do you pull up your rudder when you beach. I never do until I hit the sand especially when the surf is bad it is a lot easier to get boat straight with rudder rather then paddle. Rudder kicks up when you hit the beach. Done this in a PA and an outback and never had an issue.