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PostPosted: 04 Mar 2017, 09:48 
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Well, it's March and spring is right around the corner despite the 19 degree temperatures we have out there today.

Over the past couple of months I decided to modify my fishing kayak and get it all ready for fishing this coming year.

First off, I had this worthless space in front of the kayak they called a "dry box". It's only 7 inches round and 2 inches deep. Not much in the way of storage until I got done with it.

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The pretzel container fit perfectly! I can store more stuff to keep dry and the original lid still fits on top.


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I picked up a heck of a deal on a Garmin Striker 4 fishfinder / GPS that can be used for ice fishing and mobile use.

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I bought a RAM Mount and fixed it up in the kayak as well.

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Here is what it looks like mounted on the yak.


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I got a new battery also. I got this Nocqua lithium 12 volt 10 Amp battery that only weighs 1.75 pounds.

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I also named my kayak as well.


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PostPosted: 04 Mar 2017, 10:23 
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Hope you get to spend as much time i the Yak fishing as you have fixin her.
Looks good except I don't like pretzels. :roll:


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Looks like you'll have plenty of comfort on the little rig.

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PostPosted: 10 Mar 2017, 09:03 
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I bet a guy could trap out of that rig...

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