Hi Guys a little help needed with buying a kayak my first

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crozze
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Hi Guys a little help needed with buying a kayak my first

#1 Post by crozze » Sat May 06, 2017 7:28 pm

At the moment I have my eye on this please let me know if the price is ok and the kayak its self as well many thanks $1100 asking price

RTM K-Largo Fishing Kayak 4.2m.
RRP $1899.00
Everything you need for your next fishing trip on the water...... Ultra stable and cuts through the water like a hot knife in butter.

Only used a couple of times and very well looked after, even the hull looks brand new and has never been beached.
Includes :
4.2 meters long.
Foot controlled rudder.
4 in hull rod holders.
1 Shot Gun Rod holder.
2 screw cap dry storage compartments.
Net and gaff holders behind seat.
1 Anchor.
1 Drift sock.
Large removable storage tank.
1 Paddle.
Railblazer Safety Flag.
1 "Freak Sport" extra thick padded seat (trust me you need it for the long sessions) with rear storage bag.
Home made kayak trolley and factory supplied rear wheels.
Over $80 worth of tie downs
Will include 2 Hemmingway Whipstiks which are great for trolling and specifically designed for kayaks.
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laneends
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Re: Hi Guys a little help needed with buying a kayak my firs

#2 Post by laneends » Sat May 06, 2017 10:36 pm

Good stable kayaks, they are an old model and probably heavy rather than sleek.

Price wise, if its in top nick and the accessories are to your liking then yes probably worth it.

crozze
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Re: Hi Guys a little help needed with buying a kayak my firs

#3 Post by crozze » Sat May 06, 2017 10:41 pm

Great thanks for your advice

Cheers

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