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Take a look at the YakAttack tracks as an option. http://www.shopgetou...-geartrac.html# YOu can mount Ram-Mount balls and now Scotty adapters to the track system. NOt sure where you want to install them but they're available in various lengths.
The Redfish really was never designed to be stood on, though some do it. There have been a few that have developed cracks at the scuppers from over flexing. If you were around 170 lbs and weren't standing on it in areas of high heat (over 90º) you could probably get away with it but if I were you I wouldn't test it. The Slayer's oversized scuppers are able to displace weight much better than the Redfish if you need something to stand on. At your height and weight the 14' would be more ideal.
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Posted 23 April 2013 - 08:22 PM
As I am new to the sight and forum, I would first like to say hello. I am the proud owner of two Redfish 12's.
I love the boat. As I am also relatively new to kayak fishing, I needed a stable craft at a reasonable price....
This was definately it. I was wondering about rigging my "yak" with some accessories. Has anyone tried to
install a trac system on this boat? I will take any advice I can get on this. Also, how are these kayaks when uou
try to stand in it? I am a big guy (6'2", 240). Is the hull infront of the seat strong enough for standing? I had
already been eyeing the mantaray seat for these kayaks. I thought it would fit good. I would appreciate the extra
comfort. I plan to buy a more spcialized fishing kayak later when the funds allow, but for now I will chase them with
the Redfish. Any advice is appreciated. Thanks.
You know who to call Jim.
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