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Topic Review (Newest First)
03-13-2017 02:42 PM
TthePikester yeah it's pretty sparse but there's still some good info in there for us beginners.
03-13-2017 07:48 AM
boondock
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Originally Posted by TthePikester View Post
A sister forum of ours here, some good info in it.

http://www.kayakfishingforum.com/forum/
Forum is DEAD
Not a post in over a year lol
03-12-2017 09:13 PM
boondock Add a trailer then all the extra boat bs starts
Registration, maintenance, they wanna inspect etc
Pull up on the shores of pueblo with a trailer and the fish inspection police will be all over you.
Figure out a way to use the yak without a trailer imo
03-12-2017 06:11 PM
TthePikester LOL....go for it bro!
03-12-2017 06:01 PM
GRABABREWSKI I like your sister Tony, Ill be looking at her quite a bit!
03-12-2017 04:39 PM
TthePikester A sister forum of ours here, some good info in it.

http://www.kayakfishingforum.com/forum/
03-12-2017 04:17 PM
Ninja I've towed it to Spinney and down to Pueblo in some pretty gusty conditions (30-40 mph) without much issue.

But, then again I tow trailers around just about every day.
03-12-2017 04:14 PM
Thenewguy76 jetski trailer is genius. how much wind have you had it in?
03-11-2017 10:20 AM
TthePikester THX bud. Reason I ask is I thought of the same thing but that's all I need is another trailer here, property already looks like a dealership! LOL!
03-11-2017 10:15 AM
Ninja
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Hey Ninja, how long is the jetski trailer you found? How far out the back of the trailer does your yak hang if any?
Standard single jet ski trailer (Shorelander Tadpole). Close to 11' long. About 3' of the yak hangs over the back once I found the balance point by moving the winch stand all the way forward and widened the bunks. I just tie a red rag on the back and haven't had any issues with "johnny law". I have also removed the fender wells and added the biggest tire the hub can handle to minimize side to side wobble when driving down the highway at 75 mph. Easy peasy to launch and recover for sure and I don't have to take anything out except my trolling motor to transport/store it.

I'll try and snap a picture this weekend and post it here Tony.
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