Want to work on your kayak yourself? Need some help or have any advice to offer?
- KFDU 2000 Club
- Posts: 2682
- Joined: Wed Nov 05, 2008 4:24 pm
- Local Fishing Region: sydney & surrounding areas
- Kayaks: dag midway,DD3 max ski,stellar S18S ski
- Location: north sydney
no chance against racing ski glass.
found a great bit of kit from Bunnings a" balance assist handle" $24.95 this can pick my plastic up (24kgs) with this after endless adhesive attempts this popped it back into shape in about 30 seconds (leave yak in sun or warm with hair dryer) job done (ready for my bridge to manly beach race now Im entered in the 50+ fossils on plastic category
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- KFDU 500 Club
- Posts: 935
- Joined: Wed Jan 06, 2016 4:50 pm
- Local Fishing Region: Rockhampton/Capricornia
- Kayaks: Extreme Kayaks Fish Bandit; Viking Profish Reload
Pretty cool! Could have used for my old Reload, had a little bow underneath. Will have to keep in mind for any future issues.
Estuary Cod 50cm; Mangrove Jack 49cm; Barra 108cm; Flathead - dusky 62cm; Flathead - bartail 51cm; Flounder 28cm; Forktail Catfish 60cm; Bream 32cm, Sand whiting 30cm; Striped Butterfish/Scat 20cm; Barred Javelin 47cm; Bull Shark 80cm; Queenfish 103cm; Tarpon 60cm; Golden Perch 47cm; Estuary Perch 33cm; Saratoga 72cm; Leathery Grunter 43cm.
- KFDU Angler
- Posts: 62
- Joined: Tue Sep 26, 2017 10:29 am
- Local Fishing Region: Brisbane
- Kayaks: Viking Profish GT
That's exactly what i need for my GT atm, just to pop a bit out vehind the tackle pod.
Any excuse to hit bunnings.