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Kayak 2006 Pungo 140

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This is a great, great fishing kayak, but I need something shorter for storage and rivers, although this one does fine in slower rivers too.

It's 14 feet long.

54 pounds.

Cockpit is huge, big enough to take your dog for rides with you. Really nice for entry/exit.

The seat feels like a LaZBoy, adjustable and comfortable.

Rear dry hatch makes it a nice camping boat too. Lots of space in this trunk.

The Pungo is a very stable boat. It's wide for a kayak and the length will keep you stable in choppy water.

It's fast too--I can't believe how quickly it gets across a lake.

Color is blue.

The maker describes the boat like this: "The sprinter in the family, Pungo 140 gives some true sea kayaks a run for their money. This boat doesn't sacrifice comfort and stability for the gain in speed. It's a real joy to paddle, especially when you have a lot of water to cover and a lot of gear to carry. Standard Features: Phase3 Outfitting / Slidelock Footbrace System / Eight-inch Bow hatch / Full-size Stern hatch / Stern bulkhead / Deck rigging / Comfort carry handles."

I'm asking $600, and that includes a sprayskirt, which is harder to find for a cockpit this large. This is such a wonderful fishing boat; it needs someone who will take good care of it.

You can e-mail for pics: langton@hickorytech.net cell is 507-382-0016. I live in St. Clair, just south of Mankato.

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I forgot. Tabs are new too, good through '09.

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Your email add does'nt seem to be right?

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I bet I screwed up because that last period is in there to show the end of the sentence, but it doesn't belong in the e-mail address. Try this: langton@hickorytech.net

Sorry.

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I did'nt notice the extra .... you got mail.

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