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Pelican "Enforcer 120x Angler"

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Pelican "Enforcer 120x Angler"

Kayak Make & Model

Brand:
Pelican
MSRP ($):
599.99
Length (ft):
12

Comfort, speed and stability are the cornerstones of the Enforcer 120x Angler, a kayak designed by Pelican for beginner as well as intermediate kayakers. As the name suggests, it is ideally suited for anglers and comes with useful features, such as a Scotty Swivel rod holder, two flush mount rod holders as well as elastic bungees on the bow and stern of the kayak.

Storage space is definitely not a problem with the Enforcer 120x Angler as it has an easy-access quick lock middle hatch plus a large quick lock front hatch as well as a vast storage platform on the stern. If you spend a lot of time out on the water and like to bring all your gear with you instead of having to return to the shore all the time you will appreciate all the storage space available to you with this model.

It is also a fairly comfortable kayak, thanks to the removable tilt lock seat and adjustable footpegs. The footrest system is easy to adjust and with 18 peg positions you’ll be sure to find something that is comfortable for your built. Overall, this kayak delivers where it counts and is a great option for anyone starting out with kayak angling as it is easy to maneuver and has all the features you need.

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very comfortable while fishing
tracks well
fairly fast
priced right

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inexpensive
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