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Old 09-19-2018, 01:04 PM   #119
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While the proposed ten dollar kayak stamp is a good place to start, considering that motorboat and sailboats 12' and longer both start at about $50, a twenty dollar kayak stamp is better for funding kayak associated projects like invasive plants, and launching ramps.

Noticed that all three of the big blue $500 marked down to $250 family sit-on-top kayaks at the Plymouth Walmart have been sold.

What's left at the Plymouth Walmart; one LifeTime Sport Fisher, sit-on-top, Angler Tandem, 10'x36", color-duck hunter dark green, with one kayak paddle, orig price $529, now $265 ….. seems like a big wide stable fishing kayak with three rod holder holes, three cup holder holes, two rod storage racks, seats two, weight 60-lb, capacity 500-lbs

Will the increased tariffs on Chinese made consumer items be raising the price for this kayak …… time will tell? Good grief ….. probably should have bought it myself!
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