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Manta Ray Propel Angler 12

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Brand:
Native Watercraft
MSRP ($):
1,999.00
Length (ft):
12

If you expect a quiet ride from your kayak then you can’t go wrong with the pedal-driven Manta Ray Propel Angler 12. It uses the revolutionary Propel Drive System from Native Watercraft which, along with along with the sharp bow and stern, will have you gliding across the water with ease. An adjustable, hand sewn First Class Seat provides plenty of comfort while safety gear can be tucked away in the sealed bow storage. Anglers will appreciate the two flush mounted rod holders that can be found behind the seat and the staging rod holder ensures convenient rigging. Mounting accessories is a piece of cake thanks to easy-to-reach groove tracks and the kayak even comes complete with beverage holders and padded grab handles. Rounding out the package is a transducer mounting cavity in addition to plate under the hull. Although this kayak works great as a fishing craft it also excels at all-around use, no matter what your skill level is.

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