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    Quote Originally Posted by kevinfry View Post
    Come on fish Joe has paddled out to the Target ships

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    Ive been out there too, but it can get sketchy
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    Yeah 8 miles one way is no bueno for a paddle yak. Pedal though is different. I covered over 20 miles in my paddle yak this weekend, with favorable winds, I think 15-20 over the course of a day would be exhausting but do able

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    I got caught in Chinoteague Bay 4 miles out from my launch when an unexpected 40 mph wind got up in a matter of minutes...obviously I survived the experience but it is not one I would ever wish to repeat...long distance jaunts across open water is possible in ideal conditions...on some really nice days you could fish the Chesapeake Bay in a 12 foot Jon boat...but it is rarely ideal conditions and even under ideal conditions- they can change quickly into less than ideal without any warning...8 miles out in the Bay from the nearest launch is beyond my comfort zone...No matter how you slice it it is a 2 1/2-3 hour trip one way...6 hours of pedaling under ideal conditions- add in tides, winds, waves, boat traffic...just not my cup of tea...
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    Yeah, but look at it this way, you could troll all the way there and back. Silver lining??
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    There's always a silver lining. If I had a hobie, and the sail kit, I may try it.

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    Or you could get a couple batteries and Torqeedo out there
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    Quote Originally Posted by silasvirus82 View Post
    Or you could get a couple batteries and Torqeedo out there
    The best option is to convince my brother to let us take his runabout out to the target ship for some cobia fishing this summer. Shouldn't be too hard to convince him, that's the number 1 fish on his bucket list. It'll suck trailering the boat down to around PLO, 2 hours each way, but hopefully it'll be worth it.

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    I'll chip in for gas money.
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    Steve if you think this is bad try going to a bass fishing forum and ask about eating bass (which IMO taste 10X better than rockfish).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve6902 View Post
    Okay got it, let the big ones over 30" go, and don't post pics of me keeping a big fish or someone will be upset. Sooooo, how do you keep the under 30" fish in the yak?? I usually keep them on a stringer over the side. I'm kind of looking for some DIY ideas to keep them out of the water.
    Oh and for the record, I hunt to. Also do CDP's.
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