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Old 06-19-2012, 01:31 PM   #11
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there is a guy out of NC around wilmington that runs 40-60 miles offshore in a ski to fish. kinda crazy i think but he has been doing it for years without incident.
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Old 06-19-2012, 09:57 PM   #12
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Where do u mount the fish finder?
Belive me.. I will be looking into that this winter. The problem is this is a brand new ski so im not wanting to do any permanant Mods. The cooler bracket with rod holders attatches and detatches in 2 minutes without any holes holes or marks.
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I have been following this guy for a while.

Pretty cool. Upper Atlantic Coast,I think.

www.jetskibrian.com
I have seen his site. Im not going that crazy.
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Old 06-19-2012, 10:03 PM   #14
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You can get a good used 3 seat Seadoo for about 2 grand get like a gti.
Then fish all day, trolling and drifting and running hard for less then 30 dollars gas money.
And it's just plan fun.
we were out a total of 9 hours with a break.. mainly drifting and went through less than $20 in gas The best part was.. I hooked up to something big. She was able to drive to ski to prevent me from getting spooled. I eventually lost the fish.. but it was fun none the less.
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we were out a total of 9 hours with a break.. mainly drifting and went through less than $20 in gas The best part was.. I hooked up to something big. She was able to drive to ski to prevent me from getting spooled. I eventually lost the fish.. but it was fun none the less.


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Old 06-20-2012, 10:26 AM   #16
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Look in the May edition of Boating World, page 46. There is an article about retrofitting the jet ski to be used for fishing and diving.
The article also mentions they use the 2004 Yamaha four-passenger; even though no longer being made.
I also thought about buying a jet ski but I too have two Hobie kayaks and a small Boston Whaler. I can't justify the ski unless I sell the above!
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Ooooolala!
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Old 06-20-2012, 11:09 AM   #18
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No Stress-- What type/size whaler have you got ?
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No Stress-- What type/size whaler have you got ?
A "hugh" 2002 130 Super Sport!! My kayaks are about as long as this boat but the boat is "unsinkable"!!
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