Trident 11 Sit-On-Top Angler Kayak - 2018 by Ocean Kayak
If you call yourself a fisherman, quit messing around with old rowboats and jumbled gear, and get yourself to the honey hole in fully-equipped style with the Trident 11 Angler Sit-On-Top Kayak from the fish fanatics at Ocean Kayak. Designed to be stable and maneuverable, the Trident boasts a surprising 400lb weight capacity, putting it at the top of the range of similar-sized boats. Odds that you're going to haul in a 200lb bass are pretty slim, so most of that capacity is dedicated to carrying all the gear you need for a legendary day--the center Modular Fishing Pod, in particular, is designed to hold your rods and tackle, with trays for lures, a built-in ruler, and tons of mounting options for GPS devices, fish finders, and pretty much any other accessories you can think of. For storing gear, snacks, beer, and all the other fishing necessities, the Trident has a large bow hatch with a special pocket for your fish finder batteries, and an oversize stern tank well with bungees to lock down the essentials that don't mind getting wet. The deck drainage scuppers double as transducer holes, and the comfortable seat and adjustable foot braces will keep you paddling quickly so you don't miss a moment of angling action. Toss in keepers to secure your paddles, deck rod holders, and a burly skid plate, and the Trident has all the gadgets, doohickeys, and thingamajigs that any serious angler or weekend warrior could ever want.
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