Longliner wrote:Ok thx, does it make a big difference if it's aluminum or nylon composite.?
tastywavescoolbuzz wrote:get a rudder. unless you have noodle arms and have to peddle.
tastywavescoolbuzz wrote:what site offered that rudder? interested. gotta go work on my speedcasting now.
tastywavescoolbuzz wrote:thanks. most goods are made overseas. don't have a problem with that, if made here we would pay 3-5x as much. dont be fooled/conned by the crook in chief. his and his daughter/wifes crap is made there too. will order soon, thanks again
fishinmachine wrote:I'm in that camp....it's been too long since I've had a good king rip off a hundred yards of line from the reel while another is screaming off in the other direction. Caught one small king and a giant jack in Alabama last week, but did not sufficiently "scratch the itch".
Back to the OP, you guys that use rudders, how do they hold up over time and in the occasional beatings from a surf tumble?
Prof. Salt wrote:Viking rudders are flush with the bottom of the yak, and they've stood up to a few turtles. More impressive, they've stood up to lots of abuse when shoving the kayak backwards into the water or lifting it into place in the garage.
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