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Evoke® Navigator 100 Kayak

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Evoke® Navigator 100 Kayak

Kayak Make & Model

Brand:
Evoke
Model:
Navigator
MSRP ($):
699.00
Length (ft):
10

While the bigger fishing kayaks offer improved stability and additional space, some anglers prefer something that is cheaper and a little more compact. If you are one of those anglers then the Evoke Navigator 100 Kayak should pique your interest. At 10’ in length and 30.5” wide, it is definitely very compact and only weighs 55 lb, which makes it very manageable for a single person to carry around. Despite its size, it still offers a capacity of 325 lb, which should be enough for all the essentials.

To make your time out on the water more relaxing, the Navigator 100 has an angler-friendly seating system, which features a high back and no-shift bottom. The seat is more than adequate for a few hours of fishing, but the size of the kayak does mean it can start to feel a little cramped after a while, even with the adjustable foot brace system.

To help you move the kayak around, it has cushioned carrying handles found on the fore and aft. On the side you’ll find additional handles along with useful paddle holders. For storage, the Navigator 100 offers two 9” round clamshell hatches as well as a rear storage well. The rear storage well has mesh netting to keep everything in space, but since this is a 10’ kayak the amount of stuff you’ll be able to bring along is rather limited. The Kayak does have YakAttack mounts, which is great for attaching your favorite fishing gear.

For your fishing rods, the Navigator 100 is able to accommodate one up front with swivel rod holder as well as two in the flush mount rod holders at the back. This kayak has a rotomold construction and includes a drain plug, self-bailing system and deck lines. Considering the size of the Navigator 100, it offers decent tracking, but turning requires a bit more work and it is also not the fastest kayak on the water. For a 10 footer it is also actually quite stable, which is a definite plus.

The Evoke Navigator 100 Kayak is certainly not the biggest or best kayak for angling, but it packs a surprising amount of features and the price makes it an attractive option for anglers on a budget.

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