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Pete FloodBy Pete Flood
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Pete FloodBy Pete Flood
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These Boats are Not Toys

Posted by Pete Flood (Creator)
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Good Monday Morning to You!

Jon had sent me a message asking questions about how the boat tracks and paddles. It sounded like a great excuse to go for a short paddle yesterday morning before heading back to the Cape Fear Wildlife Expo exhibit we had set up in Fayetteville NC. I used my iPhone to shoot a quick paddle across the pond and put it on YouTube here:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DC-44-ZzCHA&sns=em

I know our Kickstarter opening video shows good friends just out having fun with our boats. And a simple 5 minute or less assembly time makes these boats the perfect choice  for a spontaneous get out and play type occasion. But there is a serious side to the K-Pak and Coho too. 

These kayaks have been put through their paces from Alaska to Norway and many places in between. They've been used to reel in halibut and salmon in AK, explore wilderness lakes in Wyoming, fish fast moving rivers in the West Virginia and North Carolina mountains, and used to photograph or hunt wildlife in places where few, if any, other boats have ever been.

Think of the K-Pak and Coho as a multi-tool, designed to be versatile and capable of doing many different things. More than just a toy!

Thanks!

Pete  

  

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