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Old 05-04-2018, 11:46 PM   #1
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STILL FOR SALE: 2013 HOBIE OUTBACK

Due to the wildfires many of the interested parties up here had to back out of their interest for my Outback (understandably due to new financial priorities) and due to continued interest I am re-listing this.
Selling my 2013 Hobie Outback. Wanting something a little more stable.
Bought from OEX Sunset Beach with Andy performing all the modifications except Pacific Angler seat with Hobie seat pin locks.
The only time it’s seen Saltwater was when I picked it up and rode around the harbor for an hour or so. Other than that it’s only seen Castaic Lake about half a dozen times. It has been stored in my apartment for the last 5 years with the recent exception of being stored in the barn where I currently reside.
Some minor scratching due to my cats jumping up or sliding down off it. Some scraping of the right side anchor trolley pulley (trolly still operational) where it tried to slide down the side of my apt. building during the course of my move.
I’m not getting out of Kayak Fishing however I would like to get into something more stable (for sight fishing) as I have moved north to central CA closer to “the delta”, Clear Lake and some of the larger rivers for Bass, trout, salmon & shad fishing.
Asking $1500 firm.
Robert

Turbo fins,
Sailing rudder,
Wired (shoot-thru-hull) mounted Lowrance Elite 5X HDI FF (Mounting by OEX SSB, NO SD Card) with 12v battery system (see Kayak Fishing Supplies...http://www.kayakfishingsupplies.com/...e-power-system)
Anchor trolleys on each side for anchors or drift chutes depending on which side is more preferential.
2-16" (GT 175) YakAttack geartracs mounted inside the rear/side recessed molded areas (one each side)
2-3" anchor cleats (L & R, mounted up in bow of forward molded rod holders)
2-4" anchor cleats (L & R, mounted in stern, rear of molded rod holders)
Cleats added for towing/dock ties
2 front mounted Scotty 241 bases (No rod holders)
Nylon eyelets @ each rod holder location added (for securing leashes)
Bungee net w/nylon hooks
Center Deep compartment container,
Shallow rear compartment container,
Original HOBIE equipment (seat + ”Hot Seat” pad, Hobie paddle)
NEW SEAIRSPORT Pacific Angler seat W/HOBIE pins mounted for securing to kayak (rods in picture not included).
Windpaddle sail.
Hobie TRAX II Beach Wheels
Hobie bait tank (never used but stored w/battery attached which corroded the contacts...so needs work).

Ready to go, just add water.
NOT desperate to sell, so please no low-ball offers.
Want to sell as complete outfit so not parting out.
PLEASE NOTE: I no longer reside in Canyon Country, I currently reside in Nor Cal (just south of Santa Rosa).

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Old 05-05-2018, 12:06 PM   #2
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Burbank ca, good luck with sale .give a shout when passing through. When you get your new ride, hit me up. I have a lot of accesories that are sitting around. Free to pick up. Any other bwe members are welcome also. I have more than a half dozen rod holders. Most are Scotty or ram .Almost all are unwrapped. I even have TRAX Mount. Also have ff moint 1” and 1.5 “ ball. Humming, universal, u name it. Anyone need something, hit me up. Rod extenders. Figured I hit you up cause you are fairly close.

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Old 05-09-2018, 08:52 PM   #3
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Burbank ca, good luck with sale .give a shout when passing through. When you get your new ride, hit me up. I have a lot of accesories that are sitting around. Free to pick up. Any other bwe members are welcome also. I have more than a half dozen rod holders. Most are Scotty or ram .Almost all are unwrapped. I even have TRAX Mount. Also have ff moint 1” and 1.5 “ ball. Humming, universal, u name it. Anyone need something, hit me up. Rod extenders. Figured I hit you up cause you are fairly close.
Thanks very much. You are close by. There are not many members this far north (about 6 or so). I didn't think this would sell here but when I thought I might be moving up north, I put out feelers on FB up north as I had seen many WTB HOBIE ads during the timing of many of the Bass tournaments held up there. Seems that they are very popular up north and I received many inquiries about mine and a few showings scheduled once I get up there in a week or so. I just thought I'd give the BWE members down here a chance first.
I still have many items I never mounted on my Kayak also but if there is something I don't have I will look you up and maybe when I sell mine I will link you up with the buyer, but I thank you very much for your offer
I haven't just yet decided on my new kayak just yet. It must be good on moving water as many of the waters I am interested in fishing are the big ones like "The Delta", American, Pit, Trinity Rivers known for their Bass, salmon, steelhead, trout and shad runs. Primarily it must be a good platform for FLY/Bass fishing (thinking paddle Cuda HD, Coosa FD or Radar 115/135 pedal).
It is very thoughtful members like you (and MakoBob) that I will miss the most when I move.

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Old 06-15-2018, 06:07 PM   #4
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Would it be possible to meet in dana somewhere? Kayak looks great id love to pick this up from you.

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Old 06-24-2018, 10:53 AM   #5
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I’m so very sorry Kaleb. I have completed my move to NorCal (Petaluma/Santa Rosa) which is also where my kayak is and I don’t see another trip “down south” anytime in the near future.
Thank you for your interest though.
Respectfully,
FFY
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Old 07-31-2018, 10:09 AM   #6
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Hi is this still available? I live in SoCal but will be in the Sausalito or Napa area end of August. Very interested in checking your outback out! Thanks, Jay
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Old 07-31-2018, 10:09 PM   #7
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Hello Jay. Yes it's still available, however I received a P.M. about it a week ago that I just responded to.
Hit me up before the trip to see if it's been sold yet or send me a P.M.
Thanks for your interest,
Robert (aka FFY)

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Old 08-19-2018, 07:32 PM   #8
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Hi.. did this sell?
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Old 08-20-2018, 09:47 PM   #9
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No, not yet. Environmental (ie.the Fires and other) circumstances seems to have conspired to prevent prospective buyers from purchasing it.

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Old 08-21-2018, 07:47 AM   #10
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In case you have not yet stumbled across the site, our NorCal brethren have norcalkayaksnglers.com. Great group of people
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Old 08-21-2018, 09:23 AM   #11
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In case you have not yet stumbled across the site, our NorCal brethren have norcalkayaksnglers.com. Great group of people
There is also the Central Coast Kayak Fishing group.
http://centralcoastkayakfishing.com/

and they have a big fishing event coming up in mid-Sept... might be a good place to sell. It's a tempting package.. but I think I'm considering a Rev13 or a Compass.

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