Wilderness Systems Tarpon 100 Sit-On-Top Kayak - 2018

Wilderness Systems Tarpon 100 Sit-On-Top Kayak - 2018
Wilderness Systems Tarpon 100 Sit-On-Top Kayak - 2018
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Tarpon 100 Sit-On-Top Kayak - 2018 by Wilderness Systems
When the family loads up to spend the day at the lake, be sure to bring the Wilderness Systems Tarpon 100 Sit-On-Top Kayak. This boat is a recreational kayak, designed for casual cruising around the dock. Its shape makes it easy to get on and off of if you decide to cool off with a quick swim, and it has the stability to help you fight a fish if you get one on the line. The foot brace system can be adjusted to a comfortable fit for you, so you can use the leverage of your legs for a more effective use of energy. Equipped with scupper holes, the Tarpon 100 bails itself so you don't have to pump out the water that splashes over the sides. The 2018 features a larger tankwell with more capacity than the previous models, so you have plenty of space for your tackle supplies and snacks for a mid-lake picnic.

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