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    Just watched the full video... looks like an awesome time, thanks for sharing!

    Sucks having to wet exit though... I did that once a couple years ago, only I did the opposite - I took a river boat on a calm lake lol. I got about 500m from the entry point and was under water... Oops.

    Cool website BTW... you have IM

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    Cool Trip Jose. I watched the longer version. Not much fishing, huh? Did you use a Tenkara setup?

    How'd you learn to do an eskimo roll? Do you have any other boats?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mbiraman View Post
    Nice video. Nice to see someone else using a stick. Good Yak. Thanks

    bill
    Bill,
    I love my Greenland style paddle! Versitile, light and to my eyes classy. Also I love the questions and looks I get from other paddlers.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kalmed View Post
    Very nice trip! Hope to do at least one kayak/hang trip this year, as well as all the possible hike/hang trips too!
    Kalmed,
    This was my first kayak/hang. Loved it and I hope to do more. I highly recommend.

    Quote Originally Posted by canuck_kayaker View Post
    Just watched the full video... looks like an awesome time, thanks for sharing!

    Sucks having to wet exit though... I did that once a couple years ago, only I did the opposite - I took a river boat on a calm lake lol. I got about 500m from the entry point and was under water... Oops.

    Cool website BTW... you have IM
    Canuck,
    Wet exits are fine. If you're in a yak, it's a necessary skill and I am always prepared to do it. Eskimo rolls are tuff and take a gob of practice. I've never needed to do one until then and have practiced many under controlled circumstances and with an empty boat. I'm glad I know my limits and didn't waste energy on too many efforts. Wet exits and entries are old hat for me.

    I have owned this boat for many years and have taken it around Lake Iliamna, many years ago. I'm hoping to do that again in the best year or two.

    Quote Originally Posted by Boomer View Post
    Cool Trip Jose. I watched the longer version. Not much fishing, huh? Did you use a Tenkara setup?

    How'd you learn to do an eskimo roll? Do you have any other boats?
    I love my Tenkara set up and use it often. It's become my go to set up for backpacking.

    I did my first Eskimo roll screen years ago while living on lake Iliamna, AK. Taught it to myself. Oh, and I'm not very good at it.

    Thanks everyone. I had a great time, and was glad to share.
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