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- Fri Apr 28, 2017 9:05 pm
- Forum: General Kayak and Fishing Questions
- Topic: Has anyone upgraded from an older Outback to a newer one?
- Replies: 6
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I went from a 2014 outback to the new camo version and it is better in all the right ways. The seat is a big improvement, the 180 drive is a major improvement (in my opinion, I use the reverse gear quite a bit in my style of fishing) and I can't think of any way that my old outback was better
X2 for the Hobie trolley. I made the mistake of not buying one when I originally purchased my outback and struggled for the first few weeks of use. I was lucky enough to find a second hand one on gumtree nearby and can't believe how much easier my kayak is to use now.
Just heard back from the water police, there are two young blokes a bit lighter in the wallet now. They were issued several fines and notices on the evidence from several parties including the local lifesavers. Hopefully they take it on board before they hurt themselves or someone else.
Yes well done on following through and doing something about their behaviour. Hopefully the Police do catch up with them. Maybe then they'll think before carrying on like d###heads. Thanks Stang, I usually don't like reporting people. Prefer to give most the benefit of the doubt and cut them some s...
Agree. We can all share the waterways and yes it only takes one idiot to ruin a top day on the water. Good onya for standing your ground in this situation and reporting it to the authorities :cool: Thanks Matt. There is being inconsiderate and then there is being a d...head. This bloke went out of ...
I recently bought the sailing rudder and ST fins to fit to my outback so knocked off work a bit early today to go and try them out. Love the difference they have made! The conditions weren't the best, a bit windy here today, but I persevered and went for a flick of plastics for 1 small flathead. It ...
- Tue Oct 27, 2015 1:41 pm
- Forum: Do It Yourself
- Topic: Hobie Outback - storing rods inside for inshore/offshore use
- Replies: 5
- Views: 928
Thanks for the write up Bones, some great ideas to look at doing. Good to hear that the outback is capable offshore, I would love to get mine out there when I am a little more confident.
Getting up early I was greeted by a slightly overcast, windless morning. Perfect!! Loaded the outback onto the trailer and went down to my local creek. I followed the outgoing tide flicking soft plastics without much result. In Tallebugera Creek there is a well known sandbank exposed from about half...