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    Default Short vid of the outback in action

    Not much to see. Only boated one Irish lord. But nice to know the kayak can handle snotty weather with out a problem. Only boats I saw were us in three hobie outbacks off anchor point.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SeU5_wy_IYs

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    due to lack of interesting video I didn't film any of the big waves that came later in the afternoon. Also the go pro wide angle just kills the reality of what's going on.

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    In truth I prefer little boats in the bad stuff except for whirlpools which always bring a watertight pucker.
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    I remember my first time out in a lake with large waves in a 9 foot kayak...one moment 7 feet higher than my friend in his boat, a moment later 7 feet below his... Stomachs need to get used to that for sure! Got to dust off the kayak and get back out there soon, or to some nice meandering rivers and bays

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    Quote Originally Posted by rimfirematt View Post
    Good vodeo!

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