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Old 12-30-2014, 07:21 PM   #15
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Thor hammer, I p m'd you re. The Sundolphin
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Old 12-30-2014, 07:23 PM   #16
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Inflatable kayak for us. Water ready in less than 15 minutes. One person carry. Class 3 white water. 600 plus pounds capacity. Stand up paddle. Self bailing and low maintenance. The one in our sig. runs around 1K.

Unfortunately your sig is so long it cut off the kayak brand, just says 385 fast....then is cut off. What type is it? Thanks
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Old 12-30-2014, 07:31 PM   #17
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Here's the Sundolphin on Kennbunk pond, Maine. We did have some issues with water getting in between the two hulls, I sealed around the rub rails and motor mount and have reduced that a lot. Also, it is pretty heavy to slide onto the roof, but I can slide it up the rear of the truck by myself. I use foam pipe insulation on the top rails to protect the roof of the truck.

Once on the water, it's a great, comfortable fishing boat. My 14 year old picked it out and bought it with his friend. Click image for larger version

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Old 12-31-2014, 03:57 PM   #18
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Like this

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Just subscribing to this thread for the information. I am liking the Sundolphin.
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ya looked at the Inflatable Wife was like NOWAY not getting in it with crocs in the water. she told me something like the Sundolphin or she wont go and yall know if she aint happy aint NO one happy rofl
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We carry solid kayaks - two 14 footers - just about everywhere we go. Both toads are rigged with kayak carriers so we can park at both ends of a "Point A to Point B" trip. \ken
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Cant Do kayaks to worried it will tip over and I wont be able to right it back up Looking for something Light Weight Don't cost me arm and leg, and we can fish out of it so far the Sundolphin is in the lead just wish it could carry more then 550 lb. worried about over loading it. with 2 people and gear might get close to that wt limit
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We carry (2) 13.5' Ocean Kayak (sit on tops) on our 2013 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited 4 door. It works well and pulls well. They are a bit heavy at 60 LBS lifting. I have a full bumper mounted roof rack that will carry 500+ lbs. Its a bit of a lift to get them up but one can do it without much trouble. We use sit on tops because we are getting older and it is hard to get in and out of those you crawl into. Also, the sit on top units are very stable and we use ours for fishing. I can actually stand up if needed.
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ya looked at the Inflatable Wife was like NOWAY not getting in it with crocs in the water. she told me something like the Sundolphin or she wont go and yall know if she aint happy aint NO one happy rofl
Where can I get an "Inflatable Wife"
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3 boats

We travel with 3 boats, two kayaks on racks on toad, and 8 foot zodiac with 2 hp Honda outboard in trunk. Ready for anything.

Inflatable does double duty as dinghy on other boat.
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