na, dont really think it will be to big at all...if anything and you keep it a while, it will still be good..well im only 15 and hopefuly wont weight 200 pounds for a while lol, but it is rated close to 400 lbs, but another question is: do u think it would be too big for me i am 5'7"
I am also looking at a Redfish 14 for the spring. I currently have a cheap barge. It is a Perception Caster 12.5 and I have managed to use it to good effect.
well i know it will be a burden after a long days pattle, but im preety strong, i bench around 200, but every time i go atleast for the meantime i will have atleast 1 other person there so we could both carry it, thanks for the thought thoPractice carrying it before you buy. No offense, but a 14' yak might be a little difficult for most 15 year olds to carry to and from the water. Even as a 21 year old, my 14 foot redfish could be a burden to carry after a long days paddle. Just something you may want to consider before diving in head first.
Oh yeah. And I am planning what day to take off of work nec=xt week to go after another haul! Very tasty when pecan crusted and butter dusted.....Yeah but I hear that a Caster keeps you safer in a Lightning Storm.
I sure as chit helped THAT day
Let me know if you wanna get out with that new Redfish this spring and give the gods of nature another run for their money. I traded in my little blue guy for a Ride 135 so I am better equipt to battle those big ole red's!
Maybe this time we'll actually catch sumpthin'
p.s.- Nice run of speck's this past weekend dude!
thats exactly how i carry it. the side handles are in the perfect place for that toI have never had a problem carrying mine. Just flip it up, put the seat on your head and it balances nicely.
yeah i wouldnt do that joe watches these boards. lol jkHeck if it wasn't for the flame war that I would create, I would post my map of honey holes in the Lynnhaven area. hehehe. But then again I learned my lesson the last time I did that.
Holy crap......that is only like 5 lbs less than you weigh isn't it Matt?im 15 and love my Manta Ray 14 weighs prolly 70 lbs i can carry it by my self, load it and unload it.
Haha, yeah it took a while to get his heart beating again the last time I posted a google earth map of all the honey holes in lynnhaven. heheyeah i wouldnt do that joe watches these boards. lol jk
nah. I wish I was but I am land locked. I am thinking of going out next Friday night for some striped at chicks or possibly hrbt.naw more like 80 pounds less
you coming to the beach this weekend. looking to head to the ditch sunday but have no idea where to fish there