Those fish don't stand a chance when you take the Native Watercraft Ultimate FX 12 Kayak out to the coast. Its polyethylene hull withstands harsh abuse that comes with life on the water, like rocky crashes, and Native Watercraft gave the hull a tunneled center and two pontoon-like runners in order to stabilize the kayak while you reel in a fat one. You can adjust the high-low first class seat in order to sit down low in the kayak or raise the seat for fly-fishing, and raising the seat also leaves space for extra gear underneath it. Brace against the foot rests when you're paddling or battling it out with a big red.Native Watercraft molded in the front thwart and added a groove track, a padded rod rest, and mounting surfaces to help you fish as efficiently as possible. Native Watercraft also padded the arm rest and the non-slip floor (under your feet) to keep you comfortable out in the lake all day long. There is generous space in both the stern and bow so you can pack up a lot of gear with ease, and the flush deck bungees secure your gear so it doesn't slip and sink to the bottom of the lake. The Tight Line trolley kits can connect to virtually anything in order to keep the boat in place on the water, and two extra large Quick Drain Holes with Super Seal plugs let out any unwanted water quickly so you can get on with the fishing.
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