One fully featured hybrid canoeyak.

The Wilderness Systems Commander 120 Kayak offers the stability of a canoe and the maneuverability of a kayak during your next lake paddle. You'll enjoy a laid-back experience from the open cockpit and pontoon-style hull that's stable enough to stand in.

  • Slide into the fully adjustable and removable seat
  • Stand in the wide cockpit when you want to practice your casts or get a better view of where the fish might be hiding
  • The sliding foot braces, oversized backrest, and included leg lifter quickly adjust for full-body comfort
  • Large tank well with bungee holds a cooler for lunch or a dry bag with your nature photography gear
  • SlideTrax rail system on the top and sides can be used for accessories (accessories sold separately)

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Does anybody paddle the Commander 120 with...

Does anybody paddle the Commander 120 with a dog? I have a 40 lb spaniel and not sure if I want to get the bigger one or not as I gotta load/unload the thing by myself.

4 5

Feathers, Guts, and All.

March 2010 I found my Comander 120. For about a year or so I barrowed Kayaks and canoes from others, nothing fit. My legs were to long, my butt was to wide, and hardly any back suport. after 3 or 4 hours on the water I was wore out ! That on fun at all. I'm 6ft. and over 300lbs, with a fully adjustable rail mounted seat, foot rests and canoe seat, the Comander is a good fit. I fish flat water rivers, creeks, and lakes in N. GA.. The Comander lets me work very in a tight place. At 12 ft. long I can go almost anywhere and fish all day or night and not be in pain !
Now here is the BAD.If you paddle real hard water will come over the bow. With the open front wakes will swamp you. I'm thinging about getting the dry bag attachment that covers the front fo my Comander. When I get one I'let you know how that works. If someone else has tried it, is the bag worth the money ?

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They have a new bow cover for the Commander 120 (and 140). It connects to the slidetrax rails that run the length of the boat on both sides. It works way better than the bag/cover and doesn't hang down into the boat.

i dont fish but i like the way this boat...

i dont fish but i like the way this boat for long trips how will it do in white water

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This is more for lake and recreational uses... Definitely wouldn't take it down whitewater.

Responded on

I wouldn't want to take this kayak in white water, it is not designed for that.

5 5

Versatile kayak

This is the most versatile boat on the market. Great quality, much less flimsy than the Native. High capacity and paddles well sitting up on top. Stability is amazing while paddling, even standing up. Allows me to take my 2 year old son and my 90 pound Lab. Nothing I would change with this design. We love this kayak. To the other 2 reviews on this website: How can you give a product only 4 stars if your just looking at it? Why don't you wait until you own it to review it.



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I'm afraid Backcountry doesn't carry any of the accessories specific to this boat. However you can find them all on Harmony's website (Harmony is a sister company of Wilderness systems).

I hope this helps.

Is ths kayak useable in the back bay...

Is ths kayak useable in the back bay inlet