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Topic: FEELER!! Thinking about selling my Propel Slayer with all gear  (Read 1513 times)

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AKFISHRIPPER

  • Lingcod
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  • Slaying fish and taking names
  • AlaskaKayakAnglers/ A.K.A
  • Location: Eagle River
  • Date Registered: Sep 2011
  • Posts: 320
Seeing if theres any interest in buying my Propel Slayer with all assoiated gear including Garmin 54DV, 3x Scotty rod holders, tackle crate, paddle, leash, harpoon with buoy, extra props, auto inflate life preserver, drysuit, Hobbie beach wheel cart, fishing rod/reel, net, and probably a bunch of stuff i'm forgetting....basiclly everysingle thing you would need to go fishing today other than license and bait.

Picture is not my kayak, just a pic of the same model...


AKFishOn

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I'd be interested if I could get it to Kodiak somehow. Thinking about guiding from kayaks as a side biz.
"If your hands ain't bleeding, you ain't fishing hard enough!"


Mojo Jojo

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As a fellow slayer rider Iíll say you canít get a better ride at that price but Iím bias as I own two Native kayaks and one Jackson paddle boat. The Hobie actually bothers my arthritis where the Native makes it feel better. If I had the funds and a way to get up there to get it.... IíD BE ALL OVER IT!



Shannon
2013 Jackson Big Tuna "Aircraft Carrier"
2011 Native Mariner Propel "My pickup truck"
2015 Native Slayer Propel "TLW's ride"
20?? Cobra Fish-N-Dive ď10yo grandsonísĒ
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AKFishOn

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  • Location: Kodiak, Alaska
  • Date Registered: Dec 2015
  • Posts: 271
As a fellow slayer rider Iíll say you canít get a better ride at that price but Iím bias as I own two Native kayaks and one Jackson paddle boat. The Hobie actually bothers my arthritis where the Native makes it feel better. If I had the funds and a way to get up there to get it.... IíD BE ALL OVER IT!

I own two SP 13s myself. Aside from the weight, love my Slayers.
"If your hands ain't bleeding, you ain't fishing hard enough!"


AKFISHRIPPER

  • Lingcod
  • *****
  • Slaying fish and taking names
  • AlaskaKayakAnglers/ A.K.A
  • Location: Eagle River
  • Date Registered: Sep 2011
  • Posts: 320
I'd be interested if I could get it to Kodiak somehow. Thinking about guiding from kayaks as a side biz.

I bet the ferry would only be $100


Badger68

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  • Date Registered: Sep 2016
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What is the length and price.


AKFISHRIPPER

  • Lingcod
  • *****
  • Slaying fish and taking names
  • AlaskaKayakAnglers/ A.K.A
  • Location: Eagle River
  • Date Registered: Sep 2011
  • Posts: 320
What is the length and price.

12'
They are $2650 new for just the kayak, I'm thinking around $2300 with all the gear.


 

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