-- Last Updated: Sep-27-12 4:15 PM EST --
I'm considering this kayak for fishing smaller lakes(250 acres or less). I weigh about 235, it's rated for 325 lbs, and I take very little gear with me. Is this a good choice as far as tracking, stability? I like the light weight, and that it will fit in my van. The reviews I've read have been very good. Thanks.
Kayak Motor Kit
Hardshell Kayak Sail Rigs
First Need Purifier
Free Standing Boat Racks
|Table of Contents|
|Messages in this Topic|
Posted by: Big_D on Sep-27-12 4:50 PM (EST)
I haven't paddled one myself, but it is among the kayak models that I call "pedigreed" for that kind of fishing. I weigh more than you, and have paddled 10' SOT kayaks, even slightly shorter ones, and it worked OK. A lot of people have used that model for that purpose and liked it.
Posted by: JimMcC on Sep-27-12 5:27 PM (EST)
I really don't.|
Posted by: Big_D on Oct-01-12 1:24 PM (EST)
My experience is that SOTs are generally under-rated for the weight they can carry. If you're under - and well under - the claimed capacity, I have confidence that you'll be OK.