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Does anyone know the max carry capacity for cayman daggers. Is there a drama with these kayaks as I keep seeing them for sale and relatively new. I've added a photo of the latest one for sale that I've seen, this is a dagger isn't it?
 

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And another.
 

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hang on,,,,,I recognise that bucket!

RUSS...say it isn't so mate... :roll: splitting with the toyboy already? :shock:

that's the problem with toyboys, they'll always want to dump you and move on to their next conquest!

good luck with the sale Russ, and good luck with your search shayned
 

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Great looking setup, but I'm hoping for around 150kg capacity so this one doesn't suit me unfortunately. It would be good buying for someone though.
 

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Russ, we all recognised the photos I think. You are too honest by far to be selling these things you might have to get someone with less scruples to do it. You were obviously going to detail your issues with them and thus do yourself out of a sale. You certainly have earned my respect mate.

Catch ya Scott
 

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shayned... do you have a toyboy ??? would you be able to hand me some info on how they perform??? any info would be great... how much should i expect to pay for one??

cheers, troy
 

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Hey Troy,
You've gotten the bug too, huh? Mate I still haven't purchased but I've narrowed down the selection. The advice from here is to test paddle, test paddle, test paddle so I'm going to take it. The yak Russ is selling out of Sydney looks good and if it fit the weight criteria I'd organise a test paddle in one and if I was happy I'd have good think about it as it's all ready to put in the water and fish with and the set up looks well thought out.

At this stage due to a distinct lack of cat like grace and balance I'm liking the idea of a beamy yak with good secondary stability also want 150kg min capacity. So I think this is moving me towards the espri, swings and possibly scupper pro. Still open to suggestions but the testing will make the desicion for me I guess.
 

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Yeh the one Russ has does look ok. I was looking at getting it though it's located in Sydney and is local pick up only. :( The capacity of a Cayman Toyboy is 120kgs max.

Troy
 
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