Titan Propel 13.5 Kayak - 2019 by Native Watercraft
The Native Watercraft Titan Propel 13. 5 Kayak is a top-tier fishing rig designed for prowling America's best bass fishing spots. Claiming bragging rights as the first boat with reverse pedal drive, the Titan enables reverse pedaling, so when you're drifting the shoreline in Texas' Toledo Bend Reservoir, you can counteract the tailwind pushing you toward the brush without having to turn the whole boat 180 degrees. The Titan also innovates away from the standard of most fishing kayaks with the open hull front-to-back design by moving storage space from behind to underneath the seat, and incorporating horizontal rod storage instead of vertical, you can utilize the rear end of the kayak with the full-length seat sliding track. And, for those who prefer to be standing when they cast, the Titan gets top honors for its high level of stability on the water. It's possible to fold down the seat and sight cast from the stern and bow, or even apply full weight loads to the port and starboard. So once you've hit your limit and it's time to dismount, you don't have to worry about the whole boat capsizing as you take that precarious step from rig to dock, because falling into the water in front of your family and losing a day's catch never feels good.
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