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10 Foot Pelican Kayak - Sit-on-top Fishing Kayak

10 Foot Pelican Kayak - Sit-on-top Fishing Kayak


This kayak is designed for anglers who want a rock-solid platform without sacrificing comfort or ease of use.

Why You'll Love It:

  • Ultimate Stability: Flat-bottom hull makes standing and casting a breeze.
  • Comfort King: Extra-padded ErgoFit seat keeps you focused on the fish, not your aching back.
  • Safety Matters: Extra flotation exceeds safety standards, scupper holes drain water quickly.
  • Easy to Handle: Weighs only 50 lbs, perfect for car-topping and solo adventures.

If you're looking for a stable, fishing-friendly kayak that won't break your back (or your budget), this Pelican model is a great choice.

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?


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

You'll have to buy something after market.