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Perception Outlaw 11.5 Review

The Perception Outlaw 11.5 is an incredibly stable fishing kayak that’s been designed to optimize space on the deck while retaining a compact length for convenience and maneuverability. Length: 11 foot 6 inches Width: 35 inches Depth: 16 inches Weight: 77 pounds Weight capacity: 425 pounds CHECK PRICE AT AMAZON This kayak was built for […]

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Pelican Maxim 100X Recreational Kayak Review

The Pelican Maxim 100X is a 10-foot recreational kayak that’s aimed more at intermediate paddlers than beginners. It is a budget kayak with basic features.  Length: 10 foot Width: 28 inches Weight: 36 pounds Weight Capacity: 275 pounds CHECK PRICE AT AMAZON The Maxim 100X is a compact sit-inside kayak that can be great for […]

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Perception Swifty Deluxe 9.5 Kayak Review

The Perception Swifty Deluxe 9.5 is an affordable recreational kayak that can be great for beginners and novice paddlers, as well as the occasional angler. Length: 9 foot 6 inches Width: 28.5 inches Weight: 44 pounds Weight Capacity: 325 pounds CHECK PRICE AT DICK’S SPORTING GOODS It is an American-made sit-inside kayak with a short […]

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FeelFree Moken 12.5 Review

We know. Choosing a fishing kayak can be difficult at the best of times. There’s a myriad of different kayak brands on the menu. And what about features for fishing? Will the accessories you need and use fit without any dramas? Do you need to buy extras?  Then there’s the questions on comfort and stability for casting. Does […]

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Sea Eagle Razorlite 393rl Inflatable Kayak Review (Drop Stitch Heaven)

An inflatable kayak made entirely of drop-stitch technology? You bet! And it’s not just the drop-stitch robustness that draws in the attention. For an inflatable, it tracks well. Oh, and there’s decent storage too. If you’re serious about kayaking and want a grown-up inflatable boat, the Sea Eagle Razorlite 393rl should probably be in your final wishlist. If we’ve now […]

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