I know a guy but he ain't gonna be cheap! I'm not sure if he'd want to be seen in a Porsche Cayenne with big sand tires....Next step in preparation for my first surf fishing vacation is to find a surf fishing guide who can help me select the coast, the season, the location, the targeted species and coach me to be proficient at surf casting. Recommendations are invited.
I am thinking about getting a Cayenne Turbo, likely a 2004-2008 model, they seem to in the $9000-$17,000 range. Certainly not a newer $$$ model. Need to do more research to find out what components typically wear out and when. Seems like if you take it to a Porsche Dealership for major repair, the costs are significant.I know a guy but he ain't gonna be cheap! I'm not sure if he'd want to be seen in a Porsche Cayenne with big sand tires....
Probaly looking at 200.00 a day plus all expenses... Casting lessons will be extra
This is excellent advice, actually the best on this thread, no sense spending time on a misunderstanding handing out soap to Bubba and his Crew in the Showers at Utah State.Just a little advice, don't pickup strange kids in your vehicle, you'll get put on a list.
Great to have learned that! Most people will never learn it and it becomes ingrained into their self-limiting personalities. They think they can see other peoples problems when the reality is they can't even see their own problem.... I no longer care so much what the others think, especially when it comes to fishing. As long as I can competitively fish (Drum) ...
Exactly! It's more common than most people would think.If your repair guy is throwing parts, you have a parts changer