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Eddyline C-135 Stratofisher YakAttack Edition

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Eddyline C-135 Stratofisher YakAttack Edition

Kayak Make & Model

Brand:
Eddyline
Model:
C-135 Stratofisher
MSRP ($):
2,599.00
Length (ft):
13.5

Eddyline Kayaks might not have been a big name in the world of kayak fishing, but this changed with the release of their award winning C-135 Stratofisher YakAttack Edition. Its price, which is more than $2,500, isn’t for the faint of heart or tight of wallet, but most owners would say that it is worth it. The C-135 is thermoformed and weighs in at 69 lbs, which makes it lighter than kayaks that favor a heavy polyethylene construction. Despite its light weight, it can handle a capacity of up to 450 lbs and has a length of 13'5”.

The C-135 is not only a stylish looking kayak, but it is also available in a variety of colors, which is great for anglers who like options. Fortunately, it also has the performance and features to back up its style, so you won’t be buying a kayak that only looks great. It is quick to accelerate, so you need fewer strokes to get where you want to be. Balance isn’t an issue either, making it a stable fishing platform. In addition, the C-135 is easy to handle in the wind, which is something a lot of other lightweight kayaks struggle with.

One of the C-135 features that anglers will appreciate the most is its Cloud 10 frame seating system. If you’ve ever had to cut your time in the water short because of an uncomfortable seat you’ll love the four seating positions that this system offers. The seat can also be folded back out of the way when you are standing and need more space on the deck. The anti-microbial marine grade foam construction of the seat, combined with its solar weave tech-mesh fabric, delivers something that is not just comfortable, but also durable as well as water and sun proof. The seat can even be removed from the kayak and stowed away safely if you want to ensure it stays in great condition.

The C-135 doesn’t just feature a comfortable chair for you to sit in, but also plenty of space and options for your gear. First up is the GTTL top loading GearTrac from YakAttack, which accepts a range of aftermarket accessories as well as stakeout poles and a variety of trolling motors. Next is a nice YakAttack BlackPak in grey, which is great for storage along with a VisiCarbon Pro to make you more visible day or night for added safety. A couple of flush mount rod holders can be found in the back of the kayak, while the front features some big hatches along with a drink cup holder. All the other essentials, such as a pair of RotoGrip paddle holders, traction pads and more are also present.

If you are looking for stability, fast tracking, comfort and don’t mind digging a little deeper in your wallet, then you can’t go wrong with the C-135 Stratofisher YakAttack Edition. The standard edition of this kayak comes in a little cheaper than the YakAttack Edition, but obviously means that you miss out on a ton of the YakAttack gear that makes this such a nice kayak.

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