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Where is a good place to get a good kayak and fishing accessories for it in

the southern NH, northern MA area?

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Visit NESC in Rowley Ma

Also take a look at KTP in Kittery.

It's fun to look at them and dream a bit.

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I bought one at NESC and one from Fernalds. Both places are in Rowley and both nice guys who own the shops. Decent selection at Kittery TP to get a look at a lot of different "boats"

I've heard good things about Seacoast as well.

http://www.newenglandkayakfishing.com

is a good site for getting info on different types of kayaks. Make sure to look in the galleries to see some of the rigging ideas.

BTW your entering stage one..... it can become habit forming ;-)

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