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Added a canopy on one of my Mariners


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#1 cowmeat

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Posted 21 November 2017 - 07:33 AM

Took the kayak out on the Suwanee river a couple of weeks ago a little south of Branford Florida, and the canopy was an amazing addition!

The way I mounted it left me plenty of room for casting and kept me out of the beating sun. Can't wait to get out on the flats in Tampa Bay

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#2 boykinsbuddy

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Posted 21 November 2017 - 09:39 AM

Looks like you need a new seat cover. If you got your boat new, take it to your dealership to get a new seat cover.

The canopy looks like a neat addition. Most of the places I fish are fairly wind blown so I would probably get annoyed with it catching too much breeze. Keep us posted on how well it works.


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#3 cowmeat

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Posted 21 November 2017 - 12:25 PM

I bought both of my Mariners used, so I'll probably be using the seat until my butt falls through it. There was a pretty stiff breeze in my face as I was pedaling back upstream on the Suwanee but it really  didn't affect the kayak as bad as I thought it might. I may invest in a rudder extension (or fabricate one) to keep it tracking a bit straighter and turn a little quicker

I also own a Hobie Mirage Classic that I haven't used since I got the Natives, there's a night and day difference between the fin and prop drives. The hands-free reverse is awesome on the Propel drive, and the stability of the Mariner can't be beat






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