Worth it? Holes, Seams, and Bends…Rubber Ducky nabs ’em all.

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Here’s my new\used Water Master Kodiak (aka “Rubber Ducky”, thank you Art) all ready for launch. The first section to fish will be the flat water just upstream the initial elevation drop for this section of river. And then it’s game on! for the mile section of quick water up and around a horseshoe bend.  Is the expense of a high quality, fly fishing specific ring of rubber worth it?  How about the frantic stealth hiding of the boat and sundry items at the put in followed by a two mile “walk” throughout which your mind replays  obsessive visualizations of your craft being molested, damaged, or stolen upon your arrival?  Worth it?  I say yes. Three reasons why:
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Freddie

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Jeanine
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Raphael

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