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yea absolutely, at $5K for the Spark you could have a fishing "boat" and a play thing ;)
 

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I don't think that I would use the Seadoo Spark for this. You wouldn't really get to go very fast on it with all the gear attached. I feel that it would take some of the fun out of it. I'd rather fish off a boat, dock, or rowboat.
 

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I'd have to keep my cool to not gun the Spark if I took it out fishing. With a boat you can go fast and then stop to fish but with the Spark you'd have to go slow the whole time. I'd rather take out a canoe to fish so that I didn't have the option of going fast, then I could focus on relaxing while fishing.
 

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i see nothing in this picture that is prohibitive to fun or speed...



the rod holders will weigh what a max total of 5 pounds LOL.... You'll blow any tin rig out of the water on a Spark...
 

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I don't think that I would use the Seadoo Spark for this. You wouldn't really get to go very fast on it with all the gear attached. I feel that it would take some of the fun out of it. I'd rather fish off a boat, dock, or rowboat.
as long as everything is strapped down I think you should be able to go fast :D
 
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