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Bryan P

Kayak fishing for carp

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Bryan P

Finally warm weather has arrived in Minnesota and I decided to hit the river for the first trip of the year in the Kayak. Felt good to be on open water after a very long winter. Even managed a few rough fish to get warmed up for the year! 

Video: https://youtu.be/0gYDiOVH3As

 

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leech~~

Nice video! :)

Life jackets not needed in Yak's?  Just asking.

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Bryan P
2 hours ago, leech~~ said:

Nice video! :)

Life jackets not needed in Yak's?  Just asking.

Thanks Leech! Ya you need a life jacket in a kayak. I have mine behind my seat, but Yes I should be wearing it. 

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biff

Nice :)

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