Kayak on the road - worth it?
We are on a road trip in April/May. To improve our prospects to catch some big fish I have in mind buying a fishing kayak, but still trying to find out if this really pays off for us. Shark Bay, Gnaraloo, Warroora, Coral Bay & Exmouth are my favourite spots for using it, but one or two rides down in the South-West would be nice aswell. Never sat in one before, so again quite a rookie. Thus if you don't mind I'd like to pester you again with heaps of questions:
Has anyone experiences with those yaks below (especially whether or not they are suitable for sea usage in general)?
**Albatross 5 Double
**Glide XFK-3100 Fishing Kayak
I've seen that most sea kayaks are rather thin. Hence, Albatross and Scorpio may fall out of the line. Would you say there is a minimum length required for kayaks to be stable enough on the sea?
Also wondering about the general sea weather conditions at those spots at that time of year. If they are to be expected good enough so that is it likely to regularly get convenient swell to go for a cruise.
Last one: Maybe anyone has any ideas who sells used sea fishing kayaks on a fair price (or new ones if max. 600$ for single/800for double including seats and paddles).
Thanks again! Hope I can pay this back one day!