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Evoke® Navigator 120 Kayak

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Evoke® Navigator 120 Kayak

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The Evoke Navigator 120 kayak has everything that its smaller cousin, the Evoke Navigator 100, has to offer along with a couple of additional benefits. This model is 12.3’ long, which means it gains about 2.3’ inches over the Navigator 100. At 30” wide, it is actually 0.5” narrower and it is also 18 lb heavier, at 68 lb. However, you do gain some additional capacity, as the Navigator 120 can hold about 350 lb, compared to the 325 lb of the Navigator 100. Of course, the larger size also means a larger price tag and the Navigator 120 has a MSRP of $899, which is $200 more than the 100.

The Navigator 120 comes with a deluxe seat to ensure that you only have to focus on battling the fish out on the water and not fatigue. The seat can be adjusted for your comfort, as well as the foot brace, so you can stretch your legs when you want and increase your paddling efficiency when needed. Since the Navigator 120 is longer than the Navigator 100, it also feels slightly less cramped.

The Navigator 120 is aimed at angling enthusiasts, so it features three rod holders. Two of these are flush-mount and can be found behind the seat, making them ideal for storage or trolling. The third holder can swivel and can be found up front. In addition, the Navigator 120 has a couple of recessed tackle holders, so you are never left searching for your lures when you need them. If you want to take along a fish finder or other electronic gadgets, you can make use of the YakAttack mounts found on this kayak to add them safely.

This kayak is designed with three hatches for storage, so you can stay out on the water for as long as needed. It also has a rear tank-well where you can keep additional gear and fasten everything with the included mesh netting. The fact that the Navigator 120 has paddle holders is also a nice touch as you won’t have to worry about your paddle drifting away while reeling in a catch.

While it is a little heavy, the Navigator 120 is a good kayak for its price. It tracks reasonably well and its weight also means that it is quite stable. If you like the design of the Navigator 100, but prefer something a little larger, then the Navigator 120 is the one to get.


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