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Rockfish on the fly with Drifter2007

Topic: Old town salty pdl  (Read 2845 times)

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Ttate

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I looking ar getting a pdl kayak for hitting Puget sound and Westport maybe even some of the bigger rivers.  The old town salty caught my eye but canít find one local. Anyone have any experience or thoughts. I was looking at the big water as well but salty is cheaper and looks like it can handle rough water better


uplandsandpiper

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Based on latest production timelines probably won't be available locally until Sept/Oct. It is a great platform for those fisheries mentioned. Lightweight and fast it is based on the Ocean Kayak Malibu hull design which has proven itself already.


HuyFishin

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I looking ar getting a pdl kayak for hitting Puget sound and Westport maybe even some of the bigger rivers.  The old town salty caught my eye but canít find one local. Anyone have any experience or thoughts. I was looking at the big water as well but salty is cheaper and looks like it can handle rough water better

Did you end up ordering the salty pdl?


uplandsandpiper

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I looking ar getting a pdl kayak for hitting Puget sound and Westport maybe even some of the bigger rivers.  The old town salty caught my eye but canít find one local. Anyone have any experience or thoughts. I was looking at the big water as well but salty is cheaper and looks like it can handle rough water better

Did you end up ordering the salty pdl?

I got one on the way. Looking forward to it.


HuyFishin

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  • Location: Alberta/British Columbia
  • Date Registered: May 2020
  • Posts: 60
I looking ar getting a pdl kayak for hitting Puget sound and Westport maybe even some of the bigger rivers.  The old town salty caught my eye but canít find one local. Anyone have any experience or thoughts. I was looking at the big water as well but salty is cheaper and looks like it can handle rough water better

Did you end up ordering the salty pdl?

I got one on the way. Looking forward to it.

Congratulations!

did you go with ember or photic? Also what is your wait time they gave you?


uplandsandpiper

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I looking ar getting a pdl kayak for hitting Puget sound and Westport maybe even some of the bigger rivers.  The old town salty caught my eye but canít find one local. Anyone have any experience or thoughts. I was looking at the big water as well but salty is cheaper and looks like it can handle rough water better

Did you end up ordering the salty pdl?

Ember Camo...its more visible.

January delivery.
I got one on the way. Looking forward to it.

Congratulations!

did you go with ember or photic? Also what is your wait time they gave you?


 

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