True. The bucket is for convenience. I find it much easier to avoid snags as opposed to unwrapping the lines from the bar. Trying to unwrap from the bar while the kite is drifting was difficult to stay ahead of the kite, and I had more problems with twists. It just works better for me. Of course, you can just coil the lines on the floor of the boat, but we usually have a couple of bars rigged in buckets ready to launch if we get a kite Kooked up and have to recover it in deep water.bnthere wrote:you don't need the bucket, and you don't need to attach the kite to the boat.
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