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Evoke Conquer 120 Kayak

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Conquer 120
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The Evoke Conquer 120 Kayak is the larger, older brother of the Evoke Conquer 100. It will set you back about $100 more, but for that money you get a kayak that is not only 2’ longer at 12’, but with 25 lb more capacity. At 56 lb, it does weigh 6 lb more than the Conquer 100, but still remains manageable enough for one person.

Apart from the larger dimensions and increased space, the Evoke Conquer 120 is pretty much the same as the Conquer 100. This means that you get the comfortable deluxe high-back seat with adjustable pull-strap system that offers great back support. To ensure that you remain comfortable whether you are fishing or paddling, the Conquer 120 has adjustable foot braces along with protective thigh pads.

While it is good that the Conquer 120 shares so many similarities with its smaller sibling, unfortunately, it also means that it features the same clamshell hatches for gear storage as the Conquer 100. Most other fishing kayaks in this size have a large gear well in the back, which offers more versatility and space to strap down a milk crate. Digging around in a clamshell hatch behind you is a lot more inconvenient, so once again the Evoke Navigator 120 might be a better bet.

Apart from the lack of a decent gear well, the Conquer 120 is still a fairly decent fishing kayak. It has two flush mount rod holders just behind the seat as well as a swivel rod holder up front. In addition, it has YakAttack mounts along with a paddle holder for keeping your paddle out of the way. Finally, it has cushioned carrying handles on the fore and aft of the kayak, as well as side handles. If the 20” oval clamshell storage in the back is not a deal breaker for you there is still a lot to like about the Conquer 120.


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