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PostPosted: Fri Oct 06, 2006 10:44 am 
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My concern is that they might puncture, i.e. a wayward saltwater fly or a fin from a fighting fish, then what?


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PostPosted: Fri Oct 06, 2006 12:12 pm 
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Guess you might have to carry a inner tube patch kit?? :mrgreen: Actually, I imagine these things are fairly puncture proof, since Hobie pretty well knows the kind of use and abuse their owners may be giving them. I have yet to see a pair, so I can't really say for certain.

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 06, 2006 12:38 pm 
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They are not puncture proof, however I don't belive you would have any problem with them. They seem to be very very rugged! Apalach if your in the Panama City Beach area swing by and take a look, I also have a Rev you can put in the water and test out to give everyone an on water report!

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Hey Brad,
Good to hear from you and thanks for the offer! Gotta have some minor surgery in a few days, so I will be out of action for a few weeks. But we have family over in the Pensacola area, and I have yet to visit the BassProShop over that way, sooo one of these days...

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Gotta have some minor surgery in a few days

That doesn't sound like any fun, hope it's not serious.

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Note to navyweather, huntboykins, and any other interested folks:

Some of us are involved in organizing a new kayak fishing club for the South Georgia/North Florida Big Bend area. The tentative name is the "Forgotten Coast Kayak Anglers" (but watch that acronym!). :mrgreen:

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The first meeting of the Forgotten Coast Kayak Anglers club is GO !!!!

location: Old Mexico Grill & Cantina
3212 Apalachee Parkway, Tallahassee
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Date : Oct. 18th
Time : 7:00 pm

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Sounds good, I'm sure I could learn a lot, hopefully I will be able to make it.


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I WAS REMINDED LAST NIGHT THAT I HAVE A PREVIOUSLY SCHEDULED MEETING TO ATTEND ON THAT WED. NIGHT. I LOOK FORWARD TO GETTING THE CLIFF NOTES VERSION OF WHAT WAS DISCUSSED. MY EMAIL IS tim@hackneynursery.com.


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