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#11 JV44

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Posted 06 October 2014 - 06:49 AM

130 is a 2 seater I think lyn with less storage room because of it but the 2 seat combo may be what you are after??, I bought the 120 off a guy who used it for sea fishing a lot and apart from the usual scratches underneath from dragging into the sea.                                                                             Longer is better fro sea work but a few use the 10 versions of the main brands but boils down to stability and punching through waves faster /better tracking with longer vs weight getting off car etc .....wqe goit a couple of these to move our yaks http://www.ebay.co.u...=item1e8bf76022             brilliant and easy well worth it to save the put ypour back out thing.......leashes for paddles/spare paddle/anchor trolley kit/anchor/fishfinder all reasons a secondhand set up is a better bet as the right one comes with most of this  and it adds up to a fair chunck if bought separately good luck in your search and pm me if you want to try thrm Steve             


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Posted 06 October 2014 - 08:41 AM

Thanks Steve, I did look on the Tarpon website and it looks like this model would fit the bill as it can be used as a single as well as a double which would be great for when Liam's with me. 

 

Will be in touch next time I'm up on the Thames fishing.

 

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Posted 07 October 2014 - 08:36 PM

Thank you soooooooo much Steve,  or maybe not!! No seriously you cost me a lot of money today but the smile I've had on my face all afternoon has made it worth while! I secured the Tarpon !30T. I offered what he was advertising elsewhere and he removed it from ebay. It's down nr Exeter but going down that way in a couple of weeks and he's more than happy for me to collect then.

 

Liam just thinks it 'cool' Matthew questioned me spending the money but I pointed out the two of them had 'gone' it's my time now!! lol

 

Thanks again for the advice and help. Will have to look at paddles now! 

 

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