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Tarpon 14 Keepers Footbrace screw is loose and slips out, how can I fix?
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Confluence Watersports web marketing guy.
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Zephyr 155, Tsunami 165.
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Paddled 9 miles without flipping over.
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Lake Jocassee (SC)

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Silent Traction System Install (Standard on All 2012 Angler Edition Boats)

Starting for the 2012 model season on boats shipping in August 2011 and on, Wilderness Systems Angler package kayaks will include the Silent Traction System. This innovative system allows you to customize your kayak for form and function, but you want to make sure you do a nice job.

Our friends over at Hook1 posted a great how-to on their blog if you're looking for more details and step-by-step instructions beyond what is found in the owner's manual.

The Silent Traction System…

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Posted on September 12, 2011 at 3:09pm

In-Depth Review (with pics) of the 2012 Wilderness Systems Ride 135

Great early review of the all-new 2012 Wilderness Systems Ride 135 by Palmetto Kayak Fishing.

 

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The seating system coupled with the floor layout is genius.  In other kayaks I have owned, I run into a common problem - there never seems to be enough leg room for me from the seat to the foot pegs.  I have historically had to modify the design of the foot pegs to make my legs more comfortable, but the Ride’s configuration worked perfectly right out of the…

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Posted on August 12, 2011 at 12:07pm — 7 Comments

First Pics of 2012 Ride 135 Production Posted!!

Check out the first gallery of all the new features of the redesigned 2012 Ride 135 Fishing Kayak from Wilderness Systems! This has not been officially announced yet but we're releasing information exclusively on our Kayak Fishing Facebook page, so be sure to "like" us to keep up with the latest.

 

Click here to view the gallery - Wilderness Systems Kayak Fishing 2012 Ride…

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Posted on July 25, 2011 at 10:04pm

The New 2012 Ride 115 and Ride 135 Announced on Wildy Facebook

Be sure to "like" our Wilderness Systems Kayak Fishing Facebook page where we exclusively announced the all-new Ride 115 and Ride 135 sit-on-top models.

 

The Ride 115 offers big-time stability and versatility in a small-time kayak. The Ride 135, a perennial favorite, has been redesigned completely, as well!

 

For complete details, specs, and pictures, check out our Facebook page and become a fan by "liking" it.

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Posted on July 20, 2011 at 8:52am

If You Become Our Fan on Facebook....

Then you get to see cute pictures like this.



http://facebook.com/WildernessSystems…



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Posted on July 23, 2010 at 9:35am

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At 1:26pm on February 15, 2010, james p shank said…
thanks, happy to be aboard.
At 3:59pm on November 16, 2009, Abigail said…
Hahaha Thats funny. Thanks for the giggle. My other half was JUST eyeing up tandoms on your site last night and I said it looks fun but lets wait until we are both older and used to our solo paddling. He was wondering what the main differences between the Tsunami and the Tsunami Pros were and I said the material they are made of. Any other big differences? And I didnt see the 140 listed. Do you still make them? Happy paddling!
At 10:35pm on October 22, 2009, Lee Vence said…
thanks webmaster...claylick is a great place...stay in touch, and I will be posting some pictures....I haven't been able to check out this site yet, but it looks great....see you on the water....lee
At 5:39pm on September 29, 2009, FancyAnimal said…
Thanks for welcome note. I eneded up with the Sand color... was the only option that REI carried... but still like the color regardless.
At 4:10pm on September 9, 2009, Ben Adrien said…
Hey man, great website! I just got into kayak fishing and websites like these help so much with advice and tips. Thanks again!
At 4:40pm on August 31, 2009, phil stewart said…
Thanks - Scotland is a great paddling destination. Just got back into kayaking and loving my Tarpon!
 
 
 

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