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Pelican Sit-on-top Fishing Kayak Kayak

Pelican Sit-on-top Fishing Kayak Kayak

Description

  • Stable: The multi-chine flat bottom hull offers excellent stability giving you a secure and steady ride. It procures you the balance you need when casting lines and reeling in fish while making it incredibly easy to get in and out of the kayak.
  • Comfortable: The adjustable ERGOFIT G2 seating system is specially designed with thicker ergonomic padding to provide targeted cushioning and better air flow.
  • Safe: Our unique manufacturing process allows us to include additional flotation inside the hull of all of our sit-on-tops in order to meet or surpass ABYC standards. Holds a maximum capacity of 325 lb. Don't worry, the added scupper holes at the bottom of the kayak are completely safe and help drain any excess water that might get into your watercraft. Along with a flat hull design, it ensures you peace of mind during your ride.
  • Lightweight: Our kayaks being made with exceptionally durable high molecular density polyethylene, less material is needed to produce each boat. At 10 ft and weighing only 50 lb, it makes the perfect kayak for those looking for easy storage and transportation.
  • Things we like

    • Ideal for novices.
    • Solid, robust construction.
    • No-nonsense design.
    • We are securing the paddle using a tie-down.
    • Foot braces that are adjustable to fit your needs.
    • Two-rod holders that are set flat against the wall.
    • Scupper holes are a kind of hole.
    • Lightweight.
    • Camouflage pattern that is both attractive and functional.

    Things we don't like

    • There are no auxiliary tracks incorporated into the design.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Can I put a trolling motor on the saber 100x

    Unfortunately the kayak is not built to hold that additional weight, it can take only up to 325 lbs. However normally 10 foot sit on top kayaks are not meant to accommodate trolling motors.

    can you stand paddle and how stable when doing this

    I can tell you I do not think I could stand up in this kayak. It is really not very stable. It is good for what is built to do, navigate skinny water. The seat needs to replaced as it is very uncomfortable and has 0 back support. There are much better boats for a little more money, try the 3 Water's Big Fish line. Great seat and much better stability

    can you put a lawn chair seat in this kayak?

    Nope

    OK, where am I supposed to clip my paddle when I want to fish?

    You'll have to buy something after market.