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Pelican "Strike 100x Angler"

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Pelican "Strike 100x Angler"

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Strike 100x Angler
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The 100x Angler is part of the sporty Strike series by Pelican and was designed to be agile, maneuverable and stable, which of course makes it ideal for kayak anglers. It is a mid-sized kayak and is being marketed at anglers who are looking for a craft that is simple and very easy to use. What this means is that it comes equipped with everything you need out on the water while angling, but none of the extra frills that complicates things or wastes precious space inside the kayak.

The Strike 100x Angler comes complete with three rod holders, two flush mounted and one swivel, all of which fit a range of different rod grips. The design of this kayak makes it suitable for slow moving rivers as well as lakes, and it handles well in both of these. While it has a flatter bottom it still manages to track along fairly straight without drifting off course. Thanks to how easily it glides it enables you to conserve energy while covering a lot of water. To help you get comfortable in this kayak it has an Ergoband Seating System, which is padded, along with adjustable footrests.

While it is only a 10 ft long kayak, it doesn’t skimp on the storage space at all. There’s plenty of space in the rear for fishing gear and everything can be secured with the sturdy bungees. The 8” storage hatch behind the seat is a little hard to get into while on the move, but it will keep all your valuables dry even in the event of a capsize. Finally, towards the front of the boat you’ll find another quick lock storage hatch that offers watertight storage for your stuff. Pelican has also fabricated the Strike 100x Angler with premium Ram X material, which they believe in so much that they offer a lifetime warranty on the hull.


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