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Old 02-08-2011, 06:00 PM   #21
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Just wait for the next hurricane and you can get all the free kayaks you want. I noticed after IKE guys were loading up kayaks off the side of the road by the trailer full.
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Old 03-21-2011, 08:09 PM   #22
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Rocker is curve in the keel from end to end. More rocker increases maneuverability, but decreases tracking. More length (for a given displacement) and a keel aid tracking. Imperfection from distortion creates turbulence and drag. Width (Beam) and keel are the keys to tracking. Every kayak is a compromise--paddle several and you will be amazed at the differences.
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Id look at the Malibu Stealth 14. Its a big boat but its stable and tracks pretty well. Havent taken it in the surf yet, but ive had it in pretty rough water and its done well.
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Thanks for all the good help.. How about the ocean kayak Malibu two?
We have a couple of Frenzy's and just picked up a used Malibu 2 ... only used it once but will definitely be nice to have something two people can run out on together when there are extra people in the beach camp. I'm anxious to see if two people can run 4 lines at once

I like the Ocean Kayaks for surf running but any good kayak will work.
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Id look at the Malibu Stealth 14. Its a big boat but its stable and tracks pretty well. Havent taken it in the surf yet, but ive had it in pretty rough water and its done well.
Be careful with long boats. Large waves will lift you up and nose dive you into the sand. If your nose hits the sand you are done. Shorter kayaks are typically better for the surf as you can change the direction faster with less paddle strokes. There is not one boat that is perfect for all applications. It is give and take. Good luck and paddle some boats.
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i have a 12 foot cobra and a 12 tarpon you are welcome to try them to see what you like i heard the ocean kayak scambler was a good bait runner
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