Wavewalk S4 on diving trip

By Captain Larry Jarboe

Florida Fishing Kayaks

 

Motorizing in the open sea and paddling in the no motor zone.

 

 

 

 


Larry also offers guided fishing and diving trips in the Key Largo and the areas that surround it »

 

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8 Comments

  1. fish

    The best that nature and civilization can offer 🙂

    Thanks Larry,

    Yoav

  2. Bassman

    U R Welcome, Yoav,

    And, Thank You for designing and distributing such remarkably fun and practical vessels.

    Larry J.

  3. Jill Toler

    What a great video!

  4. fish

    Jill,

    Do you see yourself driving your W700 with a motor?
    Maybe not a 5 HP outboard, but say a small, lightweight electric motor?
    It could increase your range of travel considerably.

    Yoav

  5. PackerYaker

    Looks like you’ve got a real tough life down there, Larry!

  6. Bassman

    Yes,

    I’ve got a lot of work to do on my big boats but I am having too much fun with this little boat.

    We only have two seasons down here: fishing season and diving season.

    In addition to being a grand fishing machine, the S4 is a superior portable dive/snorkel boat. And, lobster season is right around the corner.

    This afternoon, I had two pretty women out with me. Both were able to slide back onto the forward platform easily after swimming. But, I am building a substantial S4 dive ladder for less athletic individuals.

    Another day. Another Wavewalk Adventure. Such a tough life…

    Larry J.

  7. Jill Toler

    I have been considering possibly using an electric trolling motor since those really light weight batteries are getting more affordable. I’m still thinking about it.

  8. Bassman

    Jill,

    A pair of U1 sealed lead acid batteries (Pirate Battery Brand) can be purchased from Amazon and delivered to your door for $138. Total, you have over 50 amps at 25 lbs. each.

    A Minnkota Endura C2 30 lb. thrust motor from the same source will show up for less than a hundred bucks.

    Why wait for the lithium prices to get lower? Summer is now. The fish are really hungry just beyond paddling range.

    Larry J.

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