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Posted by STELHED on May 03 2006
I did have a skiff but used very little. The tides were large for Kodiak standards and unless you really kept up on it it would be beached. Also, little boat, big ocean along with snow/rain/wind, it was only effective for transportation. No way we could sit and glass from it. The aquilles should be perfect though, alot easier than dealing with that flat bottom skiff. TAKE THE WHEELS if you have them. If not, you can probably borrow mine......GOOD LUCK!!!

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