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How to carry bait out on kayak

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Im going to be taking my whitewater kayak to the coast in a few weeks so I can paddle out shark baits and drop them off a couple hundred yards off the beachs. What is the besy way to carry the baits out there on the kayak. Right now Im thinking about hooking them to my lifejackey. Thanks.

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Never tried baiting Sharks with the yak.I know that method works in Texas butr never heard or seen it done up here.Lefty

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What do you think of the wilderness sytems tsunami 145. Ive been looking at the 145 and 140 and I think Im going with the 145 with the angler package. Is a 14'6'' boat suitable for some trolling for blue fish and some bottom fishing for sharks?

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