In college and a lot of my friends yaked...thought it was the stupidest thing ever. Not stable and too much work. I was wrong
Looking to get into yaking for fishing purposes. Not really into the scenic staring at century old oaks and old man's beard. There are a lot of small aka sub 30 acre lakes were I go to school. Most are electric only so the big boys stay around Lanier and other big boat friendly lakes. My boss has a jackson big tuna or something huge that is awesome/staple/yacht like. Due to college budget and car issues I can't get something that luxurious.
By the title I'm totally lost. Know how to fish dang well but choosing the right yak is a totally different story. Looking for some thing that will get fished on small lakes/resivors for 99% of the time and maybe a Chestatee/Chattahoochee a few rear times. These lakes/resiovors are pretty calm with light chow on occasion. Have a budget of around $500 just for the yak. Will go higher or lower if need be. Feel I can get a better quality used than new but don't know where to score the deals.Thinking about Ocean Kayak Mysto or Frenzy if I get new. My dream would be a Jackson Day triper if I could find a used one. I'm fine with less comfort if it means more stable or storage. BTW--> I'm a medium sized guy. 5'10, 180lb male 20 years old. Any idea's would be welcomed!!