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http://www.kayakfishingstuff.com/

Not sure how I found this, but its fun to look through. Is this crazy lark as popular over here? I've never seen it done!

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http://www.foilkayak.com/

Surely this beats fishing any day...

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Yeah, granted very cool.
Sit In Kayaks (SIK): These are the traditional type of kayaks. When the layperson thinks about a kayak this is what comes to mind. They are similar to canoes in that you sit in the kayak. They offer more initial protection from the elements however they are more exposed in rougher conditions and can fill with water. In adverse conditions they're usually used with a skirt. A skirt is a covering that goes around you and the opening in the kayak that prevents water from entering. When a skirt is used you don't have access to the items that are in the kayak.

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Post by AliceB »

Urrr...nope don't get it....what do SIK have to do with flying kayak's?

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