Friday, October 30, 2009

Better Circulation, No Fatigue and No Pain in This New Fishing Kayak (Review)

This is a new review of the W500 fishing kayak
Here are some passages from it:
As a 72 year old who tries to stay active, I have been kayaking for about 10 years and have both sit in and sit on top kayaks. The problem has been that after an hour or so of paddling, the fun turns to a search for a place to land and take a stretch and get the circulation back in the lower half.---
I have been following the evolution of the W kayak on it’s web site for several years as a possible solution to this problem and the introduction of the W500 really got my attention.---
On the maiden voyage, the first impression was of excellent stability and all kinds of room to move around and stretch or change position.---
Best of all after quite a long paddle, the ability to move around kept me feeling fresh.---
...-But, as usual, the wife ended up catching the salmon. I did net it for her though, and the high seating position and great stability of the 500 made for a successful capture.---
.... that design can extend the enjoyment of kayaking for us seniors for many years.


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