First time here, about us we are amatuers in kayaking, previously we had a Perception 14' Carolina and a Prijon Calibria but sold them when we built our house 3 yr ago, now we are going to get back…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by W. Wade Nichols Feb 21, 2010.
"I am around 170 plus paddle, my wife goes around 125 so she should have no problem, I am trying to tell myself I didn't make a mistake on the Pungo's, we looked at the Pamico but tracking would not be near as good on some of the wider…"
"This is going to depend a bit on how much weight you are carrying, but at 180 pounds or so I would estimate your 'draft' at 6-7 inches. Remember that since the Pungo has a keel line that runs the length of the kayak that that center line…"
"Wow thats what I was looking for, we would maybe be in 1 and a light 2 at the most and I started thinking about the description again and it says slow deep rivers. what is the least water depth you can kayak in? In summer ours get pretty low in a…"
First time here, about us we are amatuers in kayaking, previously we had a Perception 14' Carolina and a Prijon Calibria but sold them when we built our house 3 yr ago, now we are going to get back into a light kayaking. We bought 2 new 2010 Pungo 100's, big change from what we had but easier to store and on some of the crooked small rivers in lower wisconsin the 14.5' was tiring, we will trying the Crystal River by Wapaca and the Kickapoo by Ontario and should be no problem with these but we…See More