I don’t like it, I love it. By Bill Davenport

I found Wavewalk online and became Facebook friends with Craig Masterman, who couldn’t say enough good things about Wavewalk. We are both saltwater fly fishermen, and the ability to stand up and cast makes all the difference in the world for us.

I’m a 6′ 3″ 210lb disabled senior citizen (knee) and I knew that the Wavewalk would be perfect. If only I had known about it before purchasing my [fishing kayak brand name].

I got a tan W500 T and a PSP paddle, and I’ve been a good boy and familiarized myself with the W on a shallow pond before taking it in the salt. On my first trip out on the ocean I made a few casts without looking for fish, just to feel the joy to be able to stand.

I don’t like it, I love it. It is all that I hoped for and more (Thanks Craig!)

Thank you for your kayaks,

Bill Davenport
Plymouth, Massachusetts

As you can see I’ve been wasting no time getting it set up…

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10 thoughts on “I don’t like it, I love it. By Bill Davenport”

  1. What more does anyone need to hear to be convinced that the Wavewalk is the most stable and accessible fishing kayak there is?

    Thanks for sharing your incredible story.

  2. Bill is a pretty fair hand with a paint brush in on canvas as well. Although I’ve only seen a small sample..he’s done some beautiful portraits and sea/landscapes. Welcome to the Wavewalk Family Bill!

  3. This camo boat is so beautiful that it looks almost alive…

  4. Thanks for the kind words. I had already gone to the site to see if my W was there and was very happy to see it. If I was fishing only I would have gotten a yellow one and painted it from the waterline up to look like riveted panels on an aircraft, oh well. Here is an example of what Craig was talking about as far as artwork goes. . . Bill

    painting of a fisherman holding a fish, by Massachusetts artist Bill Davenport

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