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Submitted: 09-25-2013 by MrTommy
My wife and I purchased two Pungo 120's about two months ago. While we didn't get to try various kayaks IN the water before purchase, we DID sit in quite a few on the floor to get the feel. When we sat in the Pungo 120 and experienced the adjustability of seats, that was all it took. Our first 'cruise' was on a local lake which is generally glass smooth in the morning - not so much after noon.
We found our new 'yachts' (as we call them) to be very easy to paddle, maneuver, and generally get used to. Now we've been out about a dozen times and each time we like them more. Lots of room for taking stuff with (like binoculars, phones, radios, cameras, water, and all the other super necessary accouterments - ahem).
Our only problem (and it's not kayak brand related) is getting them up on our rooftop carriers system. The F-350 Crew Cab is way high, and we have to use step stools to ever get CLOSE to the roof - something we overlooked when we bought the system. Live and learn...
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