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oodowlo Posted - 29/08/2014 : 12:27:04
Looking to get in a pro angler, not sure on what size to look at. Mainly fishing in creeks and rivers occasional inshore reef.
Has any of the crew got one and wished they got the other? Which is considered the best option?
FYI-Was looking to use a T-loader or rack n roll onto roof racks.
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brett a Posted - 30/08/2014 : 14:53:37
Pro angler's are a great kayak I have both of them but they totally different between them. I love the 14 for the estuaries bays & inshore its perfect tho a bit too large for the skinny water, but the 12 is perfect for the skinny stuff , it can be idea to up grade the rudder to turn much easier in skinny water.
Stability the 12 isn't as good as 14 as its a little narrow the 14 is brilliant for stability rides the chop alot better
benny88 Posted - 29/08/2014 : 16:59:48
Id recommend neither unless you are planning to fish tournaments. They are a massive piece of plastic.

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