We have a house in San Carlos/Guaymas in Sonora, Mexico approximately 150 yards from the water, but getting to it is the challenge: cobblestone streets, rocks, and sandy beach.
I contacted Dennis Vircks of Huntington Beach, CA for details of his overland transport. The “Dennis Vircks W Kayak Dolly” utilizes a Wheeleez (WZ1-42U) low pressure tire, 32” of ¾” thin wall copper pipe (aluminum was not available), 2 trailer hitch pins, and a ratchet tie down.
Paddling feels natural – turning is easy.
Paddling standing up after about 10 minutes on the water. I have never been considered overly athletic, but standing up is do-able. This thing is stable! It would not be a problem to stand up and cast.
Susie, Lele and Nani – “the girls of the Sea of Cortez”.
In the next 2-3 weeks we will be honing our paddling skills, touring, installing the transom mount and testing a 2HP-4stroke, installing flushmount rod holders for trolling, and in general, getting ready for Dorado (Mahi-Mahi) season.
Tight lines and calm seas to all,
John & Susie
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