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A dream come true for open-water kayak fishing.
Ocean Kayak designed the Trident 15 Angler Sit-On-Top Kayak, the longest of its Trident series boats, based on the feedback of a fleet of professional kayak fishermen. You get the open-water efficiency of a sea kayak, the comfort and stability of a touring boat, and the maneuverability and outfitting of a dedicated fishing boat. Move swiftly and silently across the water, hit your fishing hole with all your gear close at hand and, with a little bit of luck, land that prize-winning catch.
- Angler edition includes rod holders, a modular center console, an oversized rear tankwell, a transducer-compatible scupper, and battery bag (for transducer battery)
- Polyethylene hull is incredibly strong and durable so it resists damage from rocks and other underwater hazards
- Hull slips through the water quietly and efficiently and provides plenty of lateral stability so you can cast aggressively if necessary
- Comfort Tech seat back has added padding, four-way adjustability, a ventilated back panel, and a higher back rest for increased lumbar support
- Foot braces are adjustable to accommodate different leg lengths
- Bow hatch keeps your lunch, layers, or other essential gear protected from the water, and the Cross Lock buckle system keeps the hatch cover securely in place
- Oversized stern tankwell holds extra gear, and the bungee cord keeps your gear from blowing away
- Modular center console features additional mounting options for fishing rods, a sport tray for lures, and a built-in ruler for measuring fish
- Dual flush-mounted rod holders and a set of paddle keepers keep your essential gear attached to your boat so you won't lose anything while you're fishing
- Transducer-compatible scupper hole provides extra-wide opening to accept a transducer and necessary cables
- Other features include reflective deck rigging, a protective hull skid-plate, and side-mounted carry handles
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Great Freshwater/Saltwater Kayak EVER!!!
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
This Kayak is EPIC. The length of the kayak tracks well in the water; making it easy to get to speed when needed. Additionally, it handles the large wakes boats make while passing you by; both fishing and paddling. The kayak has an abundance of room for storage, places to add electronics, and space to add additional mounts for fishing gear. If you live in an area with 15+ mph wind, a rudder is needed; otherwise, light wind works excellent for drift fishing. Great product, extremely happy.
Is a rudder needed?
Is a rudder needed?
No, a rudder is not necessary. Needing a rudder or not comes down to several things. But most importantly I would say anyone who paddles on open water exposed to wind and waves, will most likely want one.