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Pelican "Intrepid 100X Angler"

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Pelican "Intrepid 100X Angler"

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According to Pelican, their Intrepid 100X Angler was designed with first-timers in mind. This doesn’t mean that seasoned kayakers should turn up their nose at the 100X as its twin arched multichine hull means it offers impressive acceleration, decent speed as well as good stability and tracking. All of this is even more impressive considering the streamlined size and light weight of the kayak. The light weight is a direct result of its RAM-X construction, which also imbues it with high impact resistance. Despite other shorter kayaks the 100X Angler also doesn’t wiggle as much while paddling, which is a definite plus.

The Intrepid 100X Angler comfortably fits one person with its seat that is moulded into the kayak. The seat is padded though and does have an adjustable backrest, so it is able to provide decent comfort. For added comfort the footrests inside this kayak can also be adjusted. The rear storage deck is exposed to splashing water, but provides ample space to stash your gear while out on the water and has elastic mesh straps to secure everything. Additional space is available via the 4” day hatch with storage bag and round quick lock hatch. In fact, this kayak even features a smartphone holder for those who like to keep their phones within easy reach.

Mounted in front of the cockpit is an adjustable rod holder, which makes it easy to reach. The position of this rod holder also makes it possible to troll on whatever side of the kayak you like without preventing you from paddling. To keep your rod secure during travel there are two vertical tube rod holders that are situated directly behind the seat of this kayak. The 100X Angler is a very easy kayak from which to fish, which along with its size and price, makes it a good option for beginners who are new to the hobby.


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